Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Cirencester
Hardens guides have spent 30 years compiling reviews of the best Cirencester restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 7 restaurants in Cirencester and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Cirencester restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Cirencester Restaurants
1. Tierra & Mar Spanish restaurant in Cirencester 29 Sheep Street - GL7
“Very good Mediterranean cooking at a reasonable price” and “an incredibly friendly team to look after you” both win praise for this three-year-old, whose sharing plates approach is “somewhere between fine dining and relaxed bistro”. “It serves tapas in two sizes, often quite original (slow-cooked rabbit terrine with macadamia nuts, chocolate-coated venison with Jerusalem artichoke puree, etc)” and is “a welcoming place, with widely spaced tables”.
2. Jesses Bistro British, Modern restaurant in Cirencester The Stableyard, Black Jack Street - GL7
2018 Review: “Romantically located behind the main road” down an alleyway, this cosy town-centre bistro is “part of the adjacent family butchers” – “meat dishes are king” but all the locally sourced fare here is consistently highly rated.
3. Made By Bob British, Modern restaurant in Cirencester The Cornhall 26 Market Pl - GL7
Cooking of “exceptional quality” ensures that this long-established open kitchen/deli venue in the town centre is “always busy, with a vibrant atmosphere”. It’s “great” for breakfast and lunches, with dinner served on Fridays and Saturdays.
4. Soushi Japanese restaurant in Cirencester 12 Castle St - GL7
2017 Review: Tucked away in Cirencester’s old post office, this rare, rural Japanese café, with glass doors opening onto a town-centre terrace, has filled a real gap in the market locally; it’s a top destination for bento boxes, noodles and “excellent sushi”.
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