Local convenience store, selling wines beers alcohol and food supplies.
“Retail Market offering: – Off-licence – Confectionary & Drinks – Asian groceries – Indian (with North & South India specialities), – Hot Coffee – Fresh Sandwiches”
Welcome to CC Butchers! We are a Halal butchers and convenience store, based in Cowley centre in Oxford.. Come and see us and get the finest Halal Meat along with all your essential shopping
Providing a wealth of international food, offering authentic Nepalese products and experiences.
Our goal is not only intended to have a close-knit Nepalese community, but also to spread our culture and love across the country and community.
Visit us for the Best Quality Fit Healthy Food , Vegan, Vegetarian and Organic.
We have Sport/Gym Supplements including Vitamins and Minerals for sale.
Nutrition, Training & Diet advice available.
Our stall is located in the Pound Way mall near Greggs
? GREEK SALAD ?
Pieces of tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, onion, sliced of peppers, feta cheese and olives, seasoned with salt and oregano, and dressed with olive oil, make a delicious and healthy combination ?
Our Souvlaki! ?
Try it open on a plate or in a wrap ?
Made out of pork, lamb or chicken and with Tzatziki, onion, tomato, lettuce and chips, Souvlaki is a tasty and healthy choice ?
⭐ Olivia’s special: GYRO ⭐
Wraps typical from Greece, with meat, onions, tomato, lettuce, fries, and tzatziki rolled in a pita bread ?
Baklava is a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey ?
It sounds good… but it is better if you try it for yourself ?
Eat in, take away, delivery.
Cafe with specialty coffees, ice creams and cakes made to order.
Sit in or take out
Welcome to Oriental Express – your local Chinese takeaway in Templar Square, Oxford.
Our takeaway aims to deliver fast, fresh food that is full of authentic Asian ingredients. You can order your favourite dishes online, over the phone or in person. We accept cash payments for delivery and collection, card payment is available for online orders through our partner’s website.
Chicken, Burger takeaway.
Call the takeaway direct on the telephone number provided above to ask about the menu.
Excellent Bar & Kitchen, great variety of events most weeks, ring for more details.
Bank Holidays – Closed
The industrial age arrived in Cowley, now part of Oxford, with the opening of the Morris Motors complex, in 1912. The famous company was founded by William Morris, who designed his first car (the Bull Nose Morris) in Oxford. Morris was later created Lord Nuffield, after the Oxfordshire village where he had settled. He is also famous as the man who gave away as much money as he made, at least £30 million in his lifetime.
In 1912 Morris Motors took over the premises of the Military College, and the industrialisation of Cowley took off. Founded by William Morris, the company became a major part of the life and times Cowley.
William Morris was born in 1877. He left school at fifteen and worked in Oxford, repairing and making bicycles. He subsequently turned his hand to making motor-cycles and then cars. It was in Oxford that he designed his first car – the Bullnose Morris.
Morris was created Lord Nuffield after the Oxfordshire village where he settled. He was later made a baron and a viscount. During his lifetime he gave away an estimated £30 million. The Nuffield Foundation and Nuffield College, Oxford, were the result of his generosity.
The Oxfordshire Steam Plough Company factory was built in 1868, and was later acquired by John Allen. By the 1950s the Works and Employees’ Sports Fields covered more than ten acres.
The works closed in 1984 and the John Allen Shopping Centre occupies the site (which faces the premises you are now in).
The name Cowley is Anglo-Saxon and means Cuffa’s wood or clearing. By the 12th century Church Cowley lay round the parish church, and Temple Cowley was centred on a preceptor established by the Knights Templar.
Between them was a hamlet of Hockmore Street, later called Middle Cowley. The original Hockmore Street is more-or-less today’s Between Towns Road.
The Cowleys remained rural villages until the mid 19th century. The area was subsequently transformed by the building of the Oxford Steam Plough Company’s factory, a military college and a regimental depot. Cowley Barracks were built in 1876 for the Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light infantry. The Barracks were later used by the Post Office and, more recently, as student accommodation.
- Online delivery available
- Home delivery available
- Alcohol available
- Onsite car park
Seventy five years ago, John Gregg started out with one goal, to deliver (by pushbike) fresh eggs and yeast to the families of Newcastle. Ten years later he chained up his bike and opened Greggs of Gosforth. Making, baking and selling fresh bread and tasty treats from his very own shop on Gosforth High Street…there’s still a Greggs there today.
Over the years we opened more shops across the country and looked for ways we could make Greggs even better. Our menu changed with the nation’s taste – who’d have thought of freshly ground Fairtrade Espresso from Greggs, we added calories to our menu (before we had to) and we provided free wifi – that’s been voted the best on the high-street.
Behind the freshly made sandwiches and golden puff pastry sausage rolls we’ve always been committed to doing the right thing. Way back in the sixties we started with our free ‘pie n peas supper’ for older residents in Gateshead. And today we still have that same commitment, our annual Children’s Cancer Run has raised over £5m for Cancer Research. Every day we provide a healthy breakfast for over 6,000 primary school children with our Breakfast Club programme. All this and so much more from the Greggs Foundation.
And here we are today. With over 1,700 Greggs in the UK, we still pay attention to the important things. Like serving food that’s free of the nasty stuff (we don’t use artificial colours, flavours, added trans fats or MSG), keeping our 20,000 staff happy (we’ve been named one of the happiest places to work) and making sure our customers have a great experience (have you tried Greggs Rewards?). This all comes down to wanting for you, our customers, the same as what we’d want for our own families. Simply: good food.
We’re still growing but each and every shop stays true to its name and remains as good as it was the day we opened.
Domino’s pizza delivery & takeaway in Cowley Oxford – 57 Between Towns Road, Cowley, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Hot pizza delivered to your door! Hot pizza delivered to your door 24hrs!
Operating over 3, 300 convenience stores, The Co–operative Food is one of the largest food retailer in the UK. The employees of the Co–operative Food stores work hard to provide all the ingredients that you might need to prepare everything from a delicious family dinner through party gourmet finger food to a tasty elegant restaurant meal.
Serving you tasty coffee, hot cooked food, ice creams and more. For you to sit in and enjoy or take away with you.