G&D's Ice Cream Cafe (Oxford) Reviews
Description:Three locations in Oxford, England to serve you!
Newest Review: ... road you can find them on st aldates and little clarendon street. Unfortunately parking is very bad in town and so if you need to park I would suggest the cowley road one. It's never empty, no matter what time of day you go. I go along for coffee or hot chocolate but they do delicious cakes too. Price wise they are pretty good, ice cream is about £3 and i've never had anything that tastes ... more
Customer G&D's Ice Cream Cafe (Oxford) Reviews (8)
by - written on 16/12/11 (Somewhat useful, 40 readings)
There are a few G&D's in Oxford, my local one is the Cowley road one. My friend introduced me to it. They sell hot drinks, icecream, bagels, and other sandwiches and lunches etc.. Apart from cowley road you can find them on st aldates and little clarendon street. Unfortunately parking is very bad in town and so if you need to park I would suggest the cowley road one. It's never empty, no matter what time of day you go. I go along for coffee or hot chocolate but they do delicious cakes too. Price wise they are pretty good, ice cream is about £3 and i've never had anything that tastes bad, the sizes are generous too. They also have a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I visited Oxford this weekend, my friend recommended to me that I visit this particular ice cream parlour after stating that I didnt want to pay for a pudding in All Bar One. The actual cafe seemed dirty, and understaffed. There were dirty plates and cups left everywhere as it was so busy and no one seemed to be tidying them up or wiping the tables. Downstairs was even worse, the toilets stank, and the whole ground floor smelled like guinea pigs bedding. The actual food was very tasty, I had a caramel slice priced at £1.95, and my partner had pistachio icecream which was quite overpriced for the amount you get. It could have been a bad ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/11 (Useful, 34 readings)
G&D's are a familiar site to the residents of Oxford, selling great quality hot drinks, bagels, panini's and homemade ice-cream from 8am-12am every day of the week. Distinctive because of their cow logo, friendly signature and differing names depending on whether you go to the St Aldate's, Little Clarendon Street or Cowley Road, G&D's is never hard to spot, and is always buzzing no matter what time of day. Their prices are not too unreasonable for Oxford, with bagels at around £4 and ice-cream for £3, and everything is great quality. Even the choice of drinks, with a huge range of specialist teas, as well as all the favourite coffees and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/09 (Useful, 60 readings)
With its three locations, you're never far from a G & D's. This is an Oxford institution you can't afford to miss. With one on St Aldate's, by Pembroke College (it's the one to which Christ Church is opposite), one on the highly fashionable Little Clarendon Street and one in the popular area for students living out, on the Cowley Road. There are two main attractions to a G & D's - 1) The ice cream is quite possibly the best you will ever have and 2) it's open from 8am til midnight every day. Of course, as well as the ice cream, they sell hot and cold drinks, bagels, paninis, sandwiches and all sorts. However, it's still the ice cream which makes them so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Whether you're in Oxford for the day or for three years, one of G&D's three locations in Oxford is a must-see. Their variously named branches are in Jericho, on St Aldate's, and on Cowley Road (the newest of the three). All of their ice cream is locally sourced and made, and their flavours range from the standard favourites (chocolate, vanilla) to the innovative (Oxford Blue - blueberry, and passion fruit sorbet are my favourites). Besides ice cream, they also serve breakfast foods (bagels, muffins, coffee, etc.) and hot and cold sandwiches. The stores are open until midnight every day. I first happened upon G&D's on my first trip to Oxford at the age ... Read the complete review
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