300 Restaurants near Cirencester

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The historic market town of Cirencester is probably best known for being home to an agricultural university, where hordes of farmers perfect their craft. It is also the largest town in the Cotswolds and is home to plenty of attractions that would excite history buffs; explore the Corinium Museum’s collection of Roman artefacts or admire the architecture at the Church of St John the Baptist, which is hundreds of years old. Once the exploring is done and dusted, there are plenty of restaurants in Cirencester to experience, ranging from cosy pubs and low-key bistros to a surprising number of Indian restaurants.

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The Crown - Cirencester

The Crown - Cirencester

Town Centre, GL7 2NH
0.1 miles
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Cote Brasserie Cirencester

Cote Brasserie Cirencester

Cirencester, GL7 2AA
0.1 miles
Located in the centre of Cirencester, Cote Brasserie provides a range of dishes both traditional and contemporary to diners. With the suave ambiance that re ... Find out more
Eat Wild

Eat Wild

Cirencester, GL7 1QA
0.1 miles
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 ... Find out more

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Jacks Tea Room & Kitchen

Jacks Tea Room & Kitchen

Cirencester, GL7 2AA
0.1 miles
Jacks Tearoom & Kitchen has been nestled in the backstreets of Cirencester since the early 2000s. Located on one of Cirencester's oldest str ... Find out more
Restaurant at The Fleece

Restaurant at The Fleece

Cirencester, GL7 2NZ
0.1 miles
Focusing on the feel-good factor. Food that is genuinely lovely and lots of it. Good traditional meals. Sausages big and fat, chunky chips, properly thick g ... Find out more
Kings Head Cirencester

Kings Head Cirencester

Cirencester, GL7 2NR
0.1 miles
A swish renovation has transformed this historic inn into a 45-bedroom boutique hotel – complete with subterranean dry spa and a modern British restau ... Find out more
Igloo restaurants

Igloo restaurants

Cirencester, GL7 1QD
0.2 miles
A family owned,fresh food welcoming restaurant. Come to relax or to have fun with us, escape to our little bubble. Find out more
Somewhere Else

Somewhere Else

Cirencester, GL7 1QD
0.2 miles
What we think
"A breezily stylish deli-cum-eatery whose clean-lined interior is at odds with its stone frontage, Somewhere Else lays its cards on the table from the m ..." Read our full review
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The Restaurant at Stratton House Hotel

The Restaurant at Stratton House Hotel

Cirencester, GL7 2LE
1.0 miles
Enjoy our modern British cuisine in elegant surroundings with views over the stunning walled garden or take a more casual approach with drinks and dining in ... Find out more
The Eliot Arms Restaurant

The Eliot Arms Restaurant

South Cerney, GL7 5UA
3.5 miles
A beautiful village pub based in the beautiful village of South Cereny in amongst the Cotswolds. Serving typical pub grub and wide range of drinks everyday ... Find out more
Bathurst Arms

Bathurst Arms

Cirencester, GL7 7BZ
3.6 miles
The Bathurst Arms is an award winning pub, being the first pub to achieve 5 stars with the Soil Associations “Organic Served Here” scheme. Purch ... Find out more
The Potager Restaurant at Barnsley House

The Potager Restaurant at Barnsley House

Cirencester, GL7 5EE
3.7 miles
What we think
"Barnsley House and its lovely arts and crafts-style gardens, designed by horticultural doyenne Rosemary Verey, attract green-fingered aficionados from ..." Read our full review
The Boot Barnsley

The Boot Barnsley

Cirencester, GL7 5EF
3.8 miles
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"The Cotswolds is full of country pubs, boasting farmhouse décor ready for well-heeled locals to enjoy their Sunday lunch. With such a readymade ..." Read our full review
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Among the clutch of towns that make up the Cotswolds, Cirencester is something of a hidden gem. This traditional market town has not yet been discovered by the heaps of tourists visiting nearby Cheltenham, which means you can still make your way through the town and see all of the sights without having to worry about crowds too much.

There is plenty to keep you busy here, whether you are a permanent resident or just a fleeting visitor. Walk along the parade of independent shops and historic buildings or admire the pastel-coloured town houses dotted along the street. Of course, there are also plenty of must-visit restaurants in Cirencester, with a broader choice of cuisines than you might expect from such a traditional town.

Among the options, you will find buzzy haunts serving Spanish tapas, smart French brasseries and Thai restaurants too. There is also a number of Indian restaurants to choose from, serving up the classic curries and naan breads that have been so wholeheartedly adopted by British people over the years.

Those who are a little less adventurous with their dinners needn’t worry though, as many Cirencester restaurants have designed best-of-British menus, full of all the classic staples.