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Home Drinks & Dining Three Course Meal and a Glass of Wine for Two at The Folly in Oxford

Three Course Meal and a Glass of Wine for Two at The Folly in Oxford

2 people
Valid for 20 months
Oxford - Oxfordshire
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Based in a beautiful riverside location in the heart of Oxford, The Folly offers a stylish, contemporary and relaxing dining experience. Admire stunning views of the River Thames whilst dining on a delicious three-course meal for two. Choose from a selection of delightful dishes crafted from quality, seasonal ingredients. Each dish from the set menu is beautifully presented and combines a variety of mouth-watering flavours. Relax together surrounded by the rich history and vibrant culture of Oxford and enjoy the breathtaking tranquillity of the river. It's the ideal place to relax and enjoy a meal with a loved one or a friend. Sip on a crisp glass of wine or fizz and soak in the beauty of the surroundings.

In a Nutshell
  • Indulge in a three–course meal chosen from a set menu
  • Sip on a glass of wine or fizz each
  • A delightful dining experience with river views in Oxford
Key Info
  • Availability Description
    This voucher is valid for two people. Available Sunday–Friday, excluding Christmas, New Year and Valentine's Day. Lunch is served from 12pm to 3pm (from April to October only) and dinner is served from 6pm to 10pm. This experience should be booked in advance. All dates are subject to availability.
  • Participant Guidelines
    Please let the restaurant know of any dietary requirements at the point of booking. Minimum age: 18 years.
  • Dress Code
    The dress code is smart casual.
  • Other Info
    There may be a discretionary service charge to pay on the day, however this is no obligation to pay this fee.


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Three Course Meal and a Glass of Wine for Two at The Folly in Oxford