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Riverside Festival Charlbury

12:00 am, 29th July 2017 until 12:00 am, 30th July 2017

Cogges Beer & Cider Festival 2017

12:00 am, 21st July 2017 until 12:00 am, 23rd July 2017

Truck Festival

12:00 am, 21st July 2017 until 12:00 am, 23rd July 2017

Henley Festival

12:00 am, 5th July 2017 until 12:00 am, 9th July 2017

Alice’s Day

12:00 am, 1st July 2017 until 12:00 am, 1st July 2017

My Cousin Rachel

12:00 am, 9th June 2017 until 12:00 am, 9th July 2017

Bitten Street

11:00 am, 1st July 2017 until 3:00 pm, 1st July 2017

Romeo and Juliet at Oxford Castle

12:00 am, 3rd July 2017 until 12:00 am, 29th July 2017

Cowley Road Carnival

8:00 am, 2nd July 2017 until 7:00 pm, 2nd July 2017

Cornbury Music Festival

12:00 am, 7th July 2017 until 12:00 am, 9th July 2017

Much Ado About Nothing

7:30 pm, 29th June 2017 until 9:30 pm, 19th August 2017

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge

12:00 am, 26th May 2017 until 12:00 am, 26th June 2017

Wonder Woman

12:00 am, 2nd June 2017 until 12:00 am, 2nd July 2017

Despicable Me 3

12:00 am, 30th June 2017 until 12:00 am, 30th July 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

12:00 am, 23rd June 2017 until 12:00 am, 23rd July 2017

Rough Night

12:00 am, 25th August 2017 until 12:00 am, 25th September 2017

Churchill

12:00 am, 16th June 2017 until 12:00 am, 16th July 2017

The Mummy

12:00 am, 9th June 2017 until 12:00 am, 9th July 2017

Vue

St Giles Fair

9:00 am, 4th September 2017 until 11:00 pm, 5th September 2017

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Reviews

  • Pierre Victoire

    Pierre Victoire bistrot, located on Little Clarendon Street in the heart of Oxford’s Jericho district, has been delighting customers since 1996. If you’re looking for traditional French food which is presented well and doesn’t cost a fortune, then get yourself over to Pierre Victoire. As we walk into the Bistrot on a busy Saturday Lunchtime, French classical music is playing and someone is waiting to show us to our table. French prints are seen hanging on the walls as we sit down, the atmosphere is very friendly and the staff are eager to please with their quick service and happy manner. There is a selection of both a la carte and set menus. Lunch is from £8.50 and you can enjoy a three course prix fixe dinner for £24.50 I loved the food and my friends were very complimentary about what they had too. For my starter I chose the smoked Salmon paté with dill crème fraiche and warm brioche. The portion size was just right. I very much enjoyed the contrast between the sweet brioche and the creamy salmon. My friend selected the Salade Canard Fumé - which she found very tasty, saying the walnuts in the mayo were a brilliant touch! While we were waiting for our main courses to arrive, we admired the low lighting and the single rose which adorned all the tables in the room. When the food arrived, it all looked very pleasing and we couldn’t wait to start eating. My friend had a child’s portion of moules. The cream was flavoured with thyme and garlic which I thought made the dish more delightful. My other friend had the Roasted Cauliflower and Parmesan Risotto. She thought that it was lovely, with a hint of cumin on the toasted almonds which added a slight Asian flavour to the main. Finally, I chose the Confit Duck which was plentiful and the Seville orange sauce which surrounded the potato and onion rösti like a moat was delicious and it definitely added a new taste to the already ‘full of flavour dish’. I also really enjoyed the creamy spinach accompanying the work of art I had to eat. Clean plates all around. Now to dessert, a truly wonderful ending to a very high standard meal. I had the Crème Caramel, as I am a lover of the golden sauce which floods the plate. There was Sticky Toffee Pudding. The light sponge combined with the delicious toffee sauce and double cream made for a scrumptious delight. My friend went for the Chocolate Crepe and she discovered that heaven on a plate was sitting right in front of her. Her pancake was well cooked and the presentation topped the dessert off. Each of our three desserts came with a garnish of mint which added colour and maturity to the dishes. So if a reasonably priced delicious lunch or dinner in a rustic, authentic French restaurant is what you’re after then look no further than Pierre Victoire.
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    Reviewed on
    2017-03-31 12:35:05