Anyone looking for a restaurant in Southampton who’s into food knows the legendary Oxford Brasserie, after all we’ve been serving fab food forever! Never wanting to rest on our laurels we’ve revamped our restaurant’s image to reflect our contemporary menus and understanding of the modern working lunch.
In the evening the restaurant transforms into an intimate, relaxed oasis in the heart of Southampton where a wonderful evening is virtually guaranteed. Offering a wide range of cosmopolitan contemporary French, English and Italian dishes, comprised of only the highest quality ingredients, including freshly caught fish, fine meats, wines, and spices of all sorts. We have extremely skilled chefs, so if you can’t see it on our menu then just ask and we’ll do our best to meet your order. As well as our fine French and Italian cuisine we offer you a choice of Mediterranean, American, Spanish and European – Enjoy!
(V) – Vegetarian option. Some of our products may contain nuts. Please let us know of any Dietary requirements. We accept all major credit cards. Tipping is discretionary, however on parties of six or more, a discretionary 10% gratuity will be added. VAT will be charged at the applicable rate.
Vintages are Subject to Change
Any classic cocktails available on request.
Me and my partner spent our 4 year anniversary at the brasserie for a meal and they didn't disappoint, every dish was soo aesthetically pleasing and full of amazing flavour! And the restaurant had a lovely atmosphere
Booked a table for four, with friends from Scotland who were staying with us prior to going on a cruise. We did advise in advance that one of the party were vegan and were told " no problem - as my dad has been vegan for 18years "
There are no vegan options on the menu but as promised this wasn't a problem and several suggestions were made to adjust standard meals to make them vegan friendly.
The service was excellent and the food well presented and tasty. The portion sizes were just about right for myself although I did add a side of sweet potato fries. The superfood salad and the sorbets were perfect choices for me and I am looking forward to sampling other choices on our next visit.
One of our guests wasn't feeling well and didn't touch her food at all, but this was not a reflection on the restaurant, just an unfortunate coincidence.
A very pleasant evening and we are looking forward to returning in the very near future.
After dining at another restaurant for dinner, we fancied something sweet for dessert, so visited the Oxford Brasserie and it did not disappoint. Delicious desserts and good service. This was the second time we have visited and I can only comment on the desserts and service for both visits, but to a very high quality.
Me and my partner came to the Oxford Brasserie on Valentine's Day 2017 and it was perfect, we were greeted by a lady who was nothing but efficient throughout the whole duration of our visit. My partner booked the table a few weeks prior and during the booking he asked if it was possible if we could be sat to the side, not in the middle of the restaurant, our request was taken in and we had perfect seats just to the side of where everyone else was sat. We had a set menu as it being valentines with so much variety catering for all types of people with different tastes. For a starter I had the wild mushroom soup which was lovely and full of taste and then I had the breast of lamb for my main in which was absolutely perfect, we had a cheese board to end our meal between us as we could not fit in a pudding each and the waitress accommodated us perfectly with a larger cheese board so we could share. I will be coming again very soon as I could not fault anything about it. The staff should be praised on how polite and accommodating they are also!
The service was excellent, although they could not find our booking they found us a table quickly - service after this was top notch. We had nibbles for starters and then hake and ox cheek for main (boring - we both had the same) - the hake and ox cheek were lovely, but the accompanying Brussels sprouts (2 each, halved and singed) and potatoes (4 large dice-sized pieces) were a bit too much on the minimal side. Ice cream for pudding was good.