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Cosmo’s Oxford branch reopens after two years

During the weekend, Cosmo Oxford welcomed local workers and their families and friends to dine at the restaurant for free “to say thank you for their contributions during the pandemic.”

Cosmo has reopened its Oxford branch after being forced to close for two years due to the pandemic.

The restaurant, inspired by five-star hotels, offers a choice of fresh food under the same roof via an all you can eat buffet concept with a selection of six international cuisines with more than 150 dishes.

“It is fantastic to have re-opened our Oxford branch again and the response has been incredible. We have taken a huge volume of bookings and are enjoying re-engaging with old and new customers. We have added some new dishes to our menu and offer exceptional fresh food in an energetic, luxurious environment,” Suzanne Wink, head of operations, said in a statement.

During the weekend, Cosmo Oxford welcomed local workers and their families and friends to dine at the restaurant for free “to say thank you for their contributions during the pandemic.”

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