The Oxford Spotlight: London Street Food Found in Sunnyvale
The Oxford had a vision of bringing Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian, Indian and English flavors to the table in a lively atmosphere to emulate a British Gastropub. It did just that. Our takeaway from this four-month-old restaurant in the smack of downtown Sunnyvale is creativity at its finest. We're talking kale chips dipped in chickpea batter and served with creamy taziki sauce. And a watermelon, beetroot, goat cheese salad sprinkled with greens and olive dust. Oh, and the cocktails with aromatic basil or ground coffee beans floating on top so that smells take over your senses before the first sip. Every plate had exploding flavor profiles.
It was also music to our ears when the staff mentioned produce comes from local farms and fish from Monterey. The staff, we might add, was incredibly friendly, innovative and hospitable.
Our gist - let the food and service speak for themselves. Put The Oxford on your list.
On historic Murphy Avenue in downtown Sunnyvale, London is calling. The Oxford is inspired by the eclectic, energetic verve of the streets of London. Picture a lively marketplace in London with the enticing flavors and aromas of the Middle East, Southeast Asia, India and the United Kingdom. The Oxford serves up all of that – and more – in one fun, relaxed gastropub.
Step inside our modern-day pub with its expansive bar and whimsical homages to London’s most famous cultural touchstones, including the Beatles, the Clash, Princess Diana, Beefeaters, and Big Ben.
Enjoy playful dishes — sized from bites (“small fellows’’) to mains (“big fellows’’) — that are perfect for sharing. We are proud to feature local, seasonal and often organic ingredients from Zuckerman’s Farm, Iacopi Farms, Panorama Baking Company, and Mary’s Chicken.
Kick back with our original cocktails, which change seasonally. Or a classic libation. Or a range of wines and beers, including half a dozen on tap.