THE Ivy Oxford Brasserie in High Street will open on Tuesday, November 5.

The restaurant chain started taking reservations yesterday.

To celebrate the opening, a fleet of Minis and the Ivy Bus - fully adorned in green ivy - travelled through the city centre today, passing key landmarks including the Radcliffe Camera, the Bridge of Sighs and Magdalen Bridge.

As well as the main restaurant and bar, guests will also be able to make use of a striking private dining room – The Botanical Room - seating 24 guests.

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Baton Berisha, managing director at The Ivy Collection, said: “We are excited to be opening in the heart of Oxford next month.

Oxford Mail:

"The city is internationally renowned for its historic university, culture and beautiful botanical gardens, and the team, including general manager Kristina Hromosyak, are excited to welcome guests once we open our doors on Tuesday, November 5.”

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The restaurant will be adorned with colourful artwork referencing the area, including pieces depicting literature, botanical gardens, and academia.

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The chain said the brasserie-style menu will offer everything from breakfast, elevenses, lunch, light snacks, afternoon tea, cocktails, weekend brunch and dinner, ensuring there is something to suit all occasions.

The kitchen, overseen by Head Chef Wojciech Niesluchowski, will serve dishes including The Ivy’s vegetarian shepherd’s pie.

Alongside the food menus will be an extensive cocktail and wine list incorporating locally sourced ingredients.