The Duke's Cut is a bar in Oxford on the banks of the river. A cosy old house, where the food is good and the service is friendly. I like to go for a drink because you can see the rive and they have what they call a beer garden behind- this is a place where you can sit outdoors when the weather permits. It is a rather cheap compared to London, drinks and food are 20% cheaper than any pub in London. At noon there are good food deals, and the portions are a good size, but it's nothing exceptional. They serve mash with sausage, meat pies, pasta and other classic English fast food. More effort is made on a Sunday when they serve a good Sunday roast which is delicious.
It is a friendly bar in the centre of Oxford. It also carries another name The White Horse, but there is another pub with that name so this is called the Royal Blenheim. It is a almost impossible to park here. Luckily, there are buses everywhere and a bus system from large car parks outside the city. The Royal Blenheim is the traditional English pub, with its games and good selection of beers, which are imported or manufactured locally. You can have a drink for less than 3 pounds which is quite cheap. During the school year they have many offers and they organise student events.