Eat Wild

4 Castle Street , Cirencester, GL7 1QA

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SquareMeal Review of Eat Wild

This enterprise, which Will and Calum Thompson started as event catering, has put down proper roots in Cirencester. The USP is wild meat, and there’s a plentiful supply of venison in the kitchen as well as partridge and pheasant in season, though the menu is padded out with free-range chicken, Old Spot pork and locally smoked bacon. The Thompson brothers have stuck to the ‘dirty food’ principals of festival eating: don’t expect anything too fancy  - venison burgers in brioche buns, buttermilk fried chicken and pulled pork are the staples, followed by Mississippi mud pie, but it’s pretty good for all that, especially washed down with locally brewed beers and ciders.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Kemble Station 5km

Hayes Knoll Station 13km


Address: 4 Castle Street , Cirencester GL7 1QA

Opening times

Mon 12N-3pm Tues-Thurs 12N-3pm 6-9pm Fri 12N-9.30pm Sat-Sun 9am-3pm (Sat -9.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

St. John Baptist Church, Cirencester 138m

Corinium Museum 435m


Telephone: 01285 657399


Cuisine: Modern European

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