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All-day dining in the heart of historic Oxford

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unique interpretations of Classic British dishes

Located inside The Randolph Hotel by Graduate Hotels, The Alice is an all-day British brasserie in the heart of historic Oxford. Open daily, The Alice serves comforting, seasonal British dishes with a contemporary twist.

Reservations are recommended.

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Restaurant Hours

Monday - Friday (Breakfast)

7:​00 - 10:​30

Saturday - Sunday (Breakfast)

7:​00 - 11:​00

Daily (Bar Menu)

12:00 - 21:00

Monday - Friday (A La Carte)

12:00-14:30 / 18:00 -21:30

Saturday (A la Carte)

12:30-15:00 / 18:00 -21:30

Monday - Friday (Afternoon Tea)

12:00 - 16:30

Saturday - Sunday (Afternoon Tea)

12:30 - 16:30

Sunday Lunch

12:30 - 21:30

Room Service

11:00 - 21:30

Night Room Service

21:30 - 5:00

Bar Hours

Monday - Thursday

11:30 – 11:30

Friday - Saturday

11:30 - 00:30

Sunday

11:30 – 10:30

Gift Vouchers


Give the gift of The Alice to your favourite people. From dinner or Sunday Lunch in our restaurant to monetary vouchers, explore our gift experiences.

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The Alice Bar


Within The Alice, The Alice Bar offers cocktails and homemade cordials which take inspiration from Oxford’s history. Enjoy any number of bespoke or house cocktails, glasses of wine or craft or leading beers.

cocktails in The Snug

Sunday Lunch


Join us for a Sunday lunch on a relaxing Sunday afternoon at The Alice.  Whole joints roasted the traditional way are served with Yorkshire pudding, duck fat roast potatoes, a selection of seasonal vegetables and a big-hearted amount of Alice gravy. Available every Sunday.

Menu Illustrations


Illustrator John Broadley created the menu artwork throughout the hotel. Taking inspiration from the celebrated British Cartoonist Osbert Lancaster, an erstwhile resident of the hotel who paid for his keep in paintings, the illustrations bring together The Alice’s menu, the City of Oxford, and ideas from the story “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”