The Plasterers Arms (Oxford) Reviews
Description:9 Marston Road, Oxford Oxfordshire OX4 1BL. Tel: 01865 247114
Newest Review: ... It also has a large garden area, which is usually full during the summer months, heaters are placed evenly throughout the garden for when the nights get a bit chilly. The front of the pub also has a few benches as well as parking for about 10 cars. To walk from the city centre would take about 10 minutes, walking down the High Street, over Magdalen Bridge, and up St Clements until you ... more
Customer The Plasterers Arms (Oxford) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/03/01, updated on 15/04/01 (Very useful, 130 readings)
When it comes to dining out, you can’t beat traditional pub food for good value for money. There are many pubs throughout Oxfordshire offering excellent meals, and one of these is about a 10 minute walk from the city centre. The Plasterers Arms is a pub owned by Morrells Brewery, a family brewery based in Oxford since the 19th century. Up until last May, it was leased to private management and had an Irish theme to it. It was mainly used by students during term time and was quite empty during holidays. It did serve food, but the quality was something to be desired. After being served up a pizza with blue mould on the base, we never ate there ... Read the complete review
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