- Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 6pm. Sunday 12pm to 5pm.
St Ebbe’s Kitchen was founded by Fiona Cullinane and Lorraine Wood. They first met working in London restaurants before progressing as private chefs, restaurant consultants and development chefs. Fresh from their most recent summer collaboration – The Potting Shed, where they transformed an old stone shed in a walled garden and delighted over 7,000 visitors with delicious food and drink – they are excited to bring their rustic, seasonal approach to food to Modern Art Oxford.
The all day menu is perfect for a coffee and slice of homemade cake before visiting the exhibition, grabbing a quick bite, or enjoying a leisurely lunch of generous seasonal salad, a hearty soup or a delicious sourdough toastie. St Ebbe’s Kitchen offers a monthly wine list, Lavazza coffee, and locally sourced products to take home.
"Great new lunch find!"
We visited the cafe for lunch last Saturday. The staff were extremely friendly and explained the lunch options to us. We had a really tasty bruschetta salad, it was very fresh and a lovely combination of flavours. The portion size was just right and very filling but not so much that we couldn't manage a piece of homemade cake afterwards!tripadvisor, 8 November 2016
"St Ebbe's Kitchen - the new restaurant in Modern Art Oxford"
On a cold and rainy Sunday I took shelter in Modern Art Oxford and discovered a gem. It appears they've got a new cafe and though I only intended to have a coffee I succumbed to a friendly conversation and ended up having a late lunch. The food was tremendous: rustic, fresh and incredibly flavoursome. I couldn't recommend it more highly...tripadvisor, 9 November 2016