The Oxford Guide - Differences between Version 13 and Version 7 of Najar's Place

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The small green shed that was shut for ages is now a small blue shed that is open. And what a gem it is too!
The small green shed that was shut for ages is now a small blue shed that is open.
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A range of tasty sandwich-type things, available in baguette, pitta or pannini form. Includes some fairly traditional fillings, but also some more exotic middle-eastern dishes: kibbeh, falafel (cooked fresh on the premises), tabbouleh etc. Try the pitta with falafel, hummous & spicy potato, with a dash of chilli sauce. Mmm.
I bought a prawn mayo baguette there today, and a can of coke, for 2.80. The baguettes are now freshly-baked and very good; the switch appears to be permanent. Slightly cheaper than most at 2 for sandwiches.
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Also a range of hot and cold drinks, including the best latte in town, cookies, chocolate, cigarettes and so on. No longer serves soup, as far as I know. After comprehensive (ish) sampling, I've not found any dolmas (stuffed vine leaves) or falafel to match Najar's in central Oxford.
They also appear to sell Walls' ice cream and some kind of crushed-ice fruit drink. Cans are a reasonable 55p.
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Najar and his friend Masood are friendly, quick and always remember your favourite order.

Plans are afoot to expand the range of cooked food available in the future.

Friendly staff, too.
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The small green shed that was shut for ages is now a small blue shed that is open.

I bought a prawn mayo baguette there today, and a can of coke, for 2.80. The baguettes are now freshly-baked and very good; the switch appears to be permanent. Slightly cheaper than most at 2 for sandwiches.

They also appear to sell Walls' ice cream and some kind of crushed-ice fruit drink. Cans are a reasonable 55p.

Friendly staff, too.


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