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UNTRADITIONALLY BRITISH

Untraditionally British, you can expect the unexpected at Treadwell. Surrounded by incredible Oxfordshire countryside, our restaurant plays with sustainably sourced produce and the diverse influences that shape Oxford. It is incredibly British, but perhaps not as you’ve experienced before.

TREADWELL

Inventive, seasonal, sustainable, unexpected, British. Our menus offer a fresh take on our native cuisine.

 

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Not to be missed is our decadent Saturday brunch and Sunday roast, served family sharing-style to your table with all the trimmings

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SUNDAY ROAST

Served family style,  straight to your table. Our Sunday Lunch is a hearty and filling crowd pleaser.

 

Each serving includes our delectable roast chicken combined with a different red meat on rotation. Our signature seitan roast is also available for vegetarians.

 

All roasts come with a selection of roast and mash potatoes, roasted roots, greens, gratin, Yorkshire puddings and gravy.

 

Every Sunday

12:30 to 3:30pm

 

Roast Menu

ROOFTOP BAR & TERRACE

With unparalleled views over the iconic spires of Oxford, the rooftop bar and terrace is open year- round. Served hot off the coals from the Bertha or slow-roasted from the smoker, the rooftop menu has a decidedly outdoor feel all year-round.



Not to be missed are the Terrace Original Cocktails, from the ‘Value of Nothing’ with The Store’s very own gin, to the delectable ‘1738’ with jalapeno-infused honey and whisky

DISCOVER THE ROOFTOP

STEP BACK IN TIME

Treadwell Passage was once a bustling (and somewhat notorious) hub of Oxford. Home to a fishmonger, shoe maker, scavenger, needlewoman and other such characters, it was a boisterous meeting place full of life and variety.

In 1851, it was coined ‘one of Oxford’s greatest nuisances’, due to its debaucherous reputation, which involved a court summons to settle the streets fate. However, in 1912, when Arthur Pearson opened the much-loved Boswell’s department store, the passage was reborn.

Today, it is home to our restaurant, which bears the same name. Playing with local, sustainably sourced produce and the diverse influences which have shaped Oxford, it is as much an homage to the past as it is a bold step forward.

OPENING HOURS

Breakfast
Monday to Friday: 7am to 9.30am
Saturday & Sunday: 8am to 10.30am

 

Lunch
Monday to Friday: 12pm to 3pm
Sunday: 12.30pm to 3.30pm

 

Dinner
Sunday to Thursday: 6pm to 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 6pm to 11pm