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Cirencester has a number of restaurants, pubs serving food and cafes/coffee shops where you can grab a quick snack or a full meal.
If you are wandering around Cirencester and just want a snack on the run then the West Cornwall Pasty Co. in Cricklade Street serves a selection of pasties, pizza slices and the like to takeaway.
If you want a sandwich on the go then Boots in Cricklade Street and the newsagent in Dyer Street both sell sandwiches and drinks. Or pop into Marks and Spencer, also on Dyer Street, for a sandwich, wrap or filled roll.
Whether dining in the stylish restaurant, enjoying a light snack in the cosy bar or eating al fresco in the delightful garden, all of the food is prepared using the freshest of ingredients and sourced from local Cotswold suppliers wherever possible.
We offer both modern British and continental dishes alongside daily specials. Our Sunday lunches are very popular so book early to avoid disappointment. We are a free house and listed in the Good Beer guide. The Corinium also has the benefit of ample free parking within its own grounds and a pretty secluded garden to dine alfresco or just enjoy a quiet drink.
Address: 12 Gloucester Street, Cirencester, GL7 2DG
Telephone: +44 (0)1285 659711
The Crown of Crucis is recognised as one of the finest Country Inn and Hotel in the Cotswolds, we were selected finalist in the Taste of Gloucestershire Awards and awarded a Silver Award in the Cotswold Tourism Awards.
Our customers will never go hungry or thirsty! Our menu was carefully selected by our Head Chef and is characterised by locally sourced seasonal ingredients. Why not try one of our delicious fresh fish special or one of our many other excellent dishes. We also offer our own Crown Bitter, which has been the talking point of the Village.
Address: Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, GL7 5RS
Telephone: +44 (0)1285 851806
Inspired by a modern take on the classic Parisian brasserie, Côte provides a relaxing, yet chic, environment in which to dine.
On the menu you will find authentic French favourites such as tuna Niçoise, steak-frites or half chargrilled poulet Breton and starters such as chicken liver parfait, Roquefort and endive salad or French onion soup. The specials menu changes monthly so that there is always something new to try and it’s based on what’s in season.
Breakfasts at Côte are special too, including eggs Benedict with homemade velvety-thick Hollandaise and a fantastic vegetarian breakfast.
Address: 4 Black Jack Street, Cirencester, GL7 2AA
Telephone: +44 (0)1285 657698
Made By Bob - Unit 6, The Cornhall, 26 Market Place, Cirencester - 01285 641818
The Fleece - Right in the centre of Cirencester - 01285 658507
Pizza Express - 28 Castle Street, Cirencester - 01285 655655
Fratello's Italian Restaurant - 29 Sheep Street, Cirencester - 01285 642777
Chinese Experience - 27 Castle Street, Cirencester - 01285 658885
Jacks - 44 Black Jack Street, Cirencester - 01285 640888
Jesse's Bistro - "Quite simply, fresh food cooked brilliantly with style, imagination and flair" - The Stableyard, Black Jack Street, Cirencester - 01285 641497
Stoneys - 1 Farrell Close (off Castle Street), Cirencester - 01285 642006
West Cornwall Pasty Co.
Mention Cornish Pasties and The Cotswolds isn't eactly the first place you would think of, but the West Cornwall Pasty Co. has an outlet in Cirencester which can be found in Cricklade Street as mentioned earlier on this page.
Keith's coffee shop in Black Jack Street is also worth a visit. If you don't know where Black Jack Street is, just follow the scent of roasting coffee.