Tucked away in a quieter part of Oxford, the restaurant has a very welcoming and authentic atmosphere. The food is amazing - I recommend the garlic bread!!!
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Very pleasant lunch with family - good size helpings - excellent pasta - which pleased two hungry teenagers
Visited Gino's Spaghetti House on Saturday evening. We were warmly welcomed and offered drinks (these were a little over priced). The food quality was mixed. My steak cooked medium to rare was excellent but the calzone lacked tomato and was dry There is an extensive...More
Following a tip from a local couple, we walked one block off the busy tourist thoroughfare, and found Gino's tucked away near the bus terminal. The pace changed and we relaxed on our first evening in England with a delicious meal--the tagliatelle with prawns and...More
We first ate here in 2004 - then regularly for the next 3 years. When we moved back to Oxford from Cambridge in 2016 we were delighted to find the same friendly family running the place. Front of house service is superb - as indeed...More
I last went here about 20 years ago and was interested to try it again. Authentically Italian (decor, chef and waiting staff) unlike the chains. We opted for fixed price lunch. Under a tenner for wide choice of pasta/pizza/risotto, side dish and wine or soft...More
Looked for an Italian that was a bit different from the chains ask, Zizzi etc. Found gino's and expected authentic Italian. Service was slow and inattentive. Food was poor. The spaghetti bolognaise was really salty, otherwise flavourless and reminiscent of a sloppy school dinner. The...More
We ordered tortellini alla bolognese and tagliatelle alla bolognese. Both were rather plain/bland. The garlic bread with cheese appetizer was really good but made the main course all that much more disappointing.