Eating Out

Eating Out

Cirencester has a large number of eating establishments including superior and take-away restaurants, cafes and public houses. We are delighted to feature some of the eateries which Cirencester has to offer.

If you would like to have a free entry on our website, please contact us.


The Fleece Hotel, Market Place, Cirencester

The Fleece Hotel
Market Place
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 2NZ 
Tel: 01285 658507
Website: www.thefleececirencester.co.uk

In the heart of the market place, the Fleece Hotel is open from 8am till late. Enjoy morning coffee in our lounge, a light bite in the bar or Dinner in the Restaurant, the choice is yours. Or why not take a break in our courtyard area, a sun-trap just perfect for a chilled glass of Sauvignon Blanc!

We take our time to create seasonal menus that sample some of the best local produce, alongside Head Chef's Plat du Jour - classic dishes, prepared with locally sourced ingredients, with a little bit of a French twist, some of our favourites are the Brittany Fish Stew and the traditional Coq au Vin.

Following the purchase of the hotel in April by Daniel Thwaites, a family owned Lancashire Brewery, the final plans are being put together for our redevelopment programme, where we plan to retain the character and charm of this wonderful building and enhance the experience for our guests.  


The Waggon and Horses, London Road, Cirencester

The Waggon and Horses
11 London Road
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 2PU
Tel: 01285 652022
Website: www.thewaggonandhorses.co.uk

Offering a very highly rated choice of real ales and renowned Thai food, plus an English menu. The Waggon and Horses is an 18th Century Grade II listed Coaching Inn just outside the Town Centre of Cirencester. Famed for being the last stop for market Traders as they left the town. These days the interior offers a cosy bar and comfortable dining rooms. Situated close to the town centre, with public carparks to either side and surrounded by private hotels and guest houses the recently refurbished Waggon and Horses, is a pub and restaurant that offers a warm welcome in a pleasant atmosphere.


Jesse's Bistro, The Stableyard, Cirencester

Jesse's Bistro
Restaurant, Coffee House and Fresh Fish Shop
The Stableyard
Blackjack Street
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 2AA
Tel: 01285 641497
Website: www.jessesbistro.co.uk

Jesse's Bistro is ideally situated in Blackjack Street, not 50 metres from the famous Roman Museum in Jesse's Courtyard. We pride ourselves on the freshest of ingredients – Aberdeen Angus Beef, Old Spot Pork, Cotswold Lamb, all the best of fresh fish and seafood daily delivered. These are then cooked for you in our unique woodburning oven.

Finish the meal with a delicious selection of puddings made by us.

The service is friendly and efficient - we have a superb choice of wines and excellent coffee.

Extensive tables 'Al Fresco' for that English summer day.

Whether you wish to have a snack or full meal, we are open 10.30 - 2.30 Tuesday through to Saturday, and in the evenings Wednesday through to Saturday 6.45 - 9.30.

Please call to avoid disappointment.

We can also cater for parties and meetings. Also you may purchase fresh fish to take away - we can even advise on how to cook it. Call in advance to see what we have and you can order any fish for delivery the next day.

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