Georgina’s is a small café located inside the Covered Market. It’s actually located on a second story, so you have to walk up a flight of stairs to get to a small loft-like area. The walls are decorated with movie posters, both old and new. I had a toasted plain bagel and a hot chocolate, £3 and £2.50 respectively. The bagel was nothing special – after all, it was a plain bagel. What really disappointed me, though, was the hot chocolate; it was basically just hot water.
One of my friends also had a bagel, except she ordered one with cream cheese. It cost her one pound more. In my opinion, the cream cheese wasn’t worth the extra pound. Another friend ordered a Melting Moment Panini, which had turkey, brie, and garlic butter. For £5.50, the cheese wasn’t really melted, and the garlic butter tasted non-existent. Good on paper, but the execution fell flat.
If you’re eating in Oxford, I would go somewhere other than Georgina’s. The fun posters on the wall couldn’t cover up the fact that the over-priced food and drinks were just disappointing.
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