The Ox Cafe & Ristorante Reserve table

31 Oxford Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
22 Reviews 4

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Opening hours

Monday 10:00 - 22:30

Tuesday 10:00 - 22:30

Wednesday 10:00 - 22:30

Thursday 10:00 - 00:00

Friday 10:00 - 00:30

Saturday 09:00 - 00:30

Sunday 09:00 - 22:30


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Reviews

5 /5 Rating average

We went here for breakfast virtually every day whilst in Sydney for a week. About 500m from Hyde Park. Owner was very friendly & helpful. We loved it.

3 /5 Rating average

The food is actually very tasty and the portions are good, unfortunately that is the best I can say about this cafe. They don't seem to have researched the area and are catering for Oxford St traffic. There is a whole community of customers living around them, that is who will ultimately make or break this place. The cafe is closed in the afternoons and they are not open on Sundays so miss the brunch crowd, not servicing the local community so not going to build customer loyalty.The male staff seemed to be using the place as a pick up joint, hanging around outside the entrance checking out women is not a great look and can be intimidating for female customers wanting to enter, also being called luv and excessive chatting up quickly moves past friendly into uncomfortable.The interior design is soulless and not very inviting, also the music is not really appropriate for an enjoyable meal.The waitress was very pleasant but the food took ages to come and we had to ask for cutlery after the food was delivered and we still hadn't received our drinks, there was only one other table occupied in the restaurant at the time. Disappointing.

3 /5 Rating average

The good old falconer is gone and this what seems like a family owned restaurant took its place.The coffee is too bitter for my liking and the milk is formed roughly which I felt isn't meeting the neighborhood standard.However the food serving is generous for the price you pay. The wait staff struggled taking order as she didn't understand much English. This is nothing new in Sydney but it's slightly annoying if you need to repeat your orders a couple of times and you still don't get what you've asked for.If you're hungry, head to the Ox but if you are after something with quality then there are plenty of others to choose from.

4 /5 Rating average

This licenced Lebanese inspired restaurant has only been around for 3 months, not far from Hyde Park. Family owned, all food prepared on the premises and really tastes fresh. Very friendly staff who are happy to advise and assist regarding their menu. The Ox is open for lunch & evening meals.

3 /5 Rating average

Good place to grab a quick bagel or sandwich (obviously, as the name gives away).

5 /5 Rating average

we practically went to breakfast every day, while in sydney for a week. about 500m from the hyde park. owner was very friendly helpful. we loved it.

3 /5 Rating average

eating is really very tasty and the portions are good, unfortunately the best I can say about this caffe. they seem to have not researched the opposite and are catering for oxford st traffic. there is a whole community of customers who. living around them, that is, that will eventually make this place or break. the caffe is closed in the afternoon and they are not open on Sunday, so they miss the brunch crowd not to serve the local community so that not to build customer loyalty. the male staff seemed to use the place as a pick-up link, hanging around outside the entrance control women is not a big look and can intimidate for female customers who want to enter, also called luv and excessive chat-up quickly moved past friendly in unpleasant. the interior design is soulless and not very welcoming, even the music is not really suitable for a pleasant meal. the waitress was very pleasant, but the food lasted long and we had to ask for cutlery after the food was delivered and we did not get our drinks yet, then there was only another table in the restaurant.

3 /5 Rating average

the good old falkner is gone and what seems like a family restaurant found its place. the coffee is too bitter for my lust and the milk is formed approximately what I felt is not the neighboring standard. but that's eating. generally for the price they pay. the waiting personnel fought to take order, as it did not understand much English. that's nothing new in sydney, but it's a little annoying if they have to repeat their orders a few times and they still don't get what they asked. when they are hungry, they go to the ox, but if they are after something with quality, then there are many others to choose.