Ordered a chicken mayo and lettuce baguette. To have half a Forrest and barely a bit of chicken mayo! Over priced for the poor baguette! Definitely my last Taylor's the time before there was a bone in my chicken.
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Poor service, cant even managed a smile. Charged £5.54 for a ham and cheese baguette and a can of coke. The cheese wasn't even fresh just sliced packet stuff. Will not be returning here again.More
Hello Daniel, Thank you for your feedback about Friday's visit. I can see from our till data who served you and will follow this up personally. Regarding the cheese, yes, it is a sliced cheese but a good quality cheese. We buy mature cheddar and...More
Purchased rice and curry for around 5.50. Rice was not cooked properly. Rice is not to be cooked al dente, you can posion someone if it is not fully cooked! The portion was was questionable for the price paid. Just coconut milk curry. Nothing special....More
Decided to pop in after visiting the Ashmolean museum. Nice little shop but wonder why there's two shops next to each other. Panini was tasty and piping hot. Was nice to sit outside too. Would be nice to visit again if we go through Oxford.
I popped back to Taylor's in Botley for the first time in years (I used to be a regular but moving job has meant having to find a new haunt). The brie and bacon baguette that was my "usual" was as delicious as ever. The...More
Met some relatives in Oxford and we decided to pop in here for a quick lunch. It was reasonably busy but we did manage to find a seat. The food is well displayed and looks very fresh. I had a hummus and falafel wrap, my...More
Only tried two types of bakes..almond slice which is like Bakewell tart. Tangy raspberry jam with enough almonds. Also the chocolate slice made with dark chocolate and not too sweet. Takeaway prices are a bargain,
Not the cheapest place to grab a sandwich and go but by far the most superior in terms of quality and variety. Absolutely delicious panini bread. Also love the salad bar and the pasta bar.
We popped in to Taylors, just to get a snack. I went for a vegetable samosa and my partner went for a sausage roll. We waited in line as they took an age to make 3 coffees for the people in front of us, then...More