Cirencester restaurants | Places to eat in Cirencester and the surrounding area

Cirencester has a wealth of eating establishments in the town, from Indian to Italian and from Chinese to Traditional English. Restaurants and eating establishments include Made By Bob, Côte Brasserie, Tierra and Mar and Jesse's Bistro.

Within a few miles of Cirencester you will find The Village Inn in Barnsley. The Falcon in Poulton and The Catherine Wheel in Bibury serve excellent 'pub' food.

Here is a selection of popular places to eat in and around Cirencester. If you have visited one of the restaurants in Cirencester, please email a review for inclusion in a new section of restaurant reviews.

Please mention the Cirencester Web Site when contacting these eating establishments.

Tierra and Mar, Modern European Cuisine

Tierra and Mar, Modern European Cuisine in Cirencester

Tierra and Mar is a modern style tapas restaurant set in the heart of Cirencester.

We work with local food suppliers such as Jesse Smith Butchers of Cirencester, Bramleys Fruit & Veg of Cirencester and New Wave Seafoods of Fairford, to name just a few!

Our menu changes regularly and you can find out more on our website.

29 Sheep Street

Tel: 01285 642777


Côte Brasserie, Cirencester

Côte Brasserie, Cirencester

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 Breton Chicken and starters such as chicken liver parfait and 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. The weekday lunch and early evening menu also changes monthly and is planned around market prices. And of course, we always have Côte's speciality, our crème caramel.

Breakfasts at Côte are special too, including eggs Benedict with homemade velvety-thick Hollandaise and a fantastic vegetarian breakfast. The French toast with maple syrup and fruit salad makes for a great brunch and there are always fresh pastries on offer.

With friendly and welcoming service, a varied but reasonably priced French wine list and an always changing menu, Côte is a perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner, for everyone.

4 Black Jack Street

Tel: 01285 657698

Opening Times
Monday to Friday: 8am - 11pm

Saturday: 9am - 11pm

Sunday: 9am - 10.30pm


The Corinium Hotel and Restaurant

The Corinium Hotel and Restaurant

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.

The varied menus offer both modern British and European dishes alongside daily specials, which are complemented by a well-balanced wine list. All food is cooked to order and a great emphasis is placed on quality and freshness.

Food is available in both the Restaurant and Bar every lunch-time from midday until 2pm, and in the evenings from 6.30pm until 9pm (last orders).

12 Gloucester St.

Tel: 01285 659711


Indian Rasoi, Dollar Street, Cirencester
Indian Rasoi

In the historic Roman town Cirencester, Indian Rasoi is the perfect place to experience a mixture of traditional and contemporary Indian food in a relaxed and friendly environment.

An utterly characteristic interior with a relaxed welcoming feel is complemented by a constant hum of conservation from happy customers and the bustle of well tuned out serving staff, darting from table to table chatting with customers and taking orders.

At Indian Rasoi we pride ourselves in being one of Cirencester's most exciting and exclusive restaurants.

14 Dollar Street

Tel: 01285 644 822

More places to eat in Cirencester

Made By Bob, Corn Hall, Cirencester

Jesse's Bistro, The Stableyard, Cirencester

New Brewery Arts cafe, Brewery Courtyard

The Fleece Hotel

Somewhere Else, Castle Street

Café Mosaic, Woolmarket, Dyer Street

He Said She Waffles, Templar Mews, Black Jack Street

Keith's, Black Jack Street

Coffee #1

The Crown, West Market Place

The Wheatsheaf Inn, Cricklade Street

The Black Horse, Castle Street

The Golden Cross, Black Jack Street