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Missing Bean information
Inspired by Australia’s independent-cafe world, the Missing Bean serves up Oxford’s finest coffee, fuelled by its East-Oxford roastery (which has its own branch ). There are loose-leaf teas and smoothies for those less caffeine inclined. Fresh muffins, flapjacks, cakes and ciabattas with all kind of fillings make this a brilliant lunchtime stop.