Queen’s Lane Coffee House Oxford

Queen’s Lane Coffee House Oxford

~ Est 1654 ~

The Queens Lane Coffee House is reputed to be the oldest continually working coffee house – not only in Oxford but the whole of Europe. It first opened it’s doors in 1654, in the turmoil following the English Civil War, just before the Great Fire of London. It has been serving Oxford without a break ever since. There have been a few changes through the last three and a half centuries but we still serve great coffee and provide a warm welcome for visitors and local people alike. Come and enjoy our hospitality in a piece of Oxford’s history.


Mouth-watering fresh food prepared here every day from 7.30am to 8pm

Our delicious dishes range from hearty traditional fish and chips and English breakfast to contemporary eastern Mediterranean dishes and healthy salads. For those looking for a little more indulgence, we have a range of naughtier cakes, biscuits and bakes.
Click below for menu details.

Opening Hours

every day from 7.30am to 8pm

t: 01865 240082
e: info@qlcoffeehouse.com
40 High Street Oxford OX1 4AP

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