British, Traditional Restaurants in Cirencester
1. GL50 Game restaurant in Cheltenham 8 Norfolk House, Chester Walk - GL50
‘Informal fine dining’ is the mantra at Jonas Lodge’s three-year-old, where a zero-waste ethos informs the cooking style, and where dishes are often zhooshed up with funky ingredients, pickling and fermenting. The majority of reports are upbeat, but there is the occasional caution of “some odd dishes, so choose carefully” (and sceptics feel that “the chef is aiming for shock value: I go out to enjoy myself, not to be challenged!”).
2. Jolly Nice Farm Shop British, Traditional restaurant in Frampton Mansell The Old White Horse Filling Station, Cirencester Road - GL6
This “innovative rustic drive-through” in a converted country petrol station offers “brilliant fresh food that packs flavour” – and boasts impeccable provenance: where else could you feast on burgers from shorthorn cattle or sausage rolls from rare-breed pigs reared and butchered on the property? There’s a meadow for picnics, a shop stuffed with produce from the farm, whose third-generation owners made the switch to sustainable regenerative agriculture 10 years ago – and “friendly service from enthusiastic young staff who are always smiling!”
3. The Potting Shed British, Traditional restaurant in Crudwell The St - SN16
“Very good chateaubriand…”, “one of the best chicken supreme dishes ever…”, “outstanding cheese soufflé…” – all dishes that have reportedly been enjoyed this year at this cosy beamed pub in north Wiltshire.
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