The Oxford Exchange is a unique restaurant, it consists of a restaurant, a shop and a bookstore. The Restaurant serves weekday breakfast and lunch, weekend brunch, and afternoon tea, where guests may be seated in an art filled dining room with an open kitchen or the sunlit Conservatory, complete with creeping vines and a retractable glass roof. Showcasing continued attention to detail, the menu consists of fresh, seasonal, signature dishes, complemented by an array of premium coffees, teas, and cocktails for a new translation of the classic bistro. The price point for their diverse menu can be expensive to some but the guest has to realize that they’e paying for fresh, quality ingredients.
UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management: Student Accessibility Comments
My overall opinion about The Oxford Exchange is that it is very wheelchair friendly. I was able to find parking right away with wheelchair accessibility, walking to the restaurant from the parking lot wasn’t a far distance and the entrance to the establishment was very spacious for wheelchairs. Inside of the restaurant was spacious as well, I liked how the tables were far apart from one another allowing people wheelchairs to navigate freely without getting in the servers’ path. The food served at this restaurant is amazing, the ingredients are fresh and yes the price point can be high but the quality of the entrees are unmatched. Every time I visit the restaurant, I receive excellent service, never had a single thing to complain about. Overall, this restaurant is not traditional, the century old brickwork and beautiful architecture will take your breath away. Each area offers its own feel and personality, yet each contributes to the whole, which aims to fulfill a diverse range of interests, ultimately devoted to the pleasure of a shared experience.