Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Cirencester. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Cirencester (/ˈsaɪrənsɛstər/ ( listen), occasionally /ˈsɪstər/ ( listen); see below for more variations) is a market town in east Gloucestershire, England, 93 miles (150 km) west northwest of London. Cirencester lies on the River Churn, a tributary of the River Thames, and is the largest town in the Cotswold District. It is the home of the Royal Agricultural University, the oldest agricultural college in the English-speaking world, founded in 1840. The town's Corinium Museum is well known for its extensive Roman collection. The Roman name for the town was Corinium, which is thought to have been associated with the ancient British tribe of the Dobunni, having the same root word as the River Churn. The earliest known reference to the town was by Ptolemy in AD 150.
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4 based on 159 reviews
Situated in the heart of historic Cirencester, Somewhere Else Deli Bar is the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch and dinner. From a casual family brunch to light bites and snacks over a few cocktails in the evening. We pride ourselves on service and atmosph
Stopped by for my first visit. The staff were very friendly and quick and decor chilled and welcoming. We ordered the veggie burger and beef burger, both of which were superb! Probably the best burger Iâve had for years. Very fresh and not at all greasy. The sweet potato fries were delicious too. A great âoff the beaten trackâ find and one Iâll certainly be back too again soon :)
4 based on 115 reviews
I am local to the area and use this drinking establishment quite often, always get a great welcome from Liz and Brian, food is definitely one of the best in town, if not the best, Everyone gets a warm welcome and is so relaxing, no TVs, no music pumping out, just very informal chat,
4 based on 54 reviews
The pub attached to the B&B, which is already reviewed.
Lovely 4 night stay at the Masons Arms.Comfortable twinbed, room was cleaned every day, watercooker with tea, flatscreen tv, modern bathroom, clean and with a nicely walkin shower.Very polite personnel, lovely menulist as well as for breakfast as for dinner!Good place as a central location to explore this part of the country for a few days.Had a lovely stay in The Masons Arms and found the price fitting for the value received!
4 based on 70 reviews
A traditional English pub in the beautiful Cotswold town of Cirencester serving fine real ales, wines, lagers etc.. A cosy pub that is a country pub in the town with a menu featuring all the classics and more
Havenât been in here for many years, the food used to be fantastic. Unfortunately itâs lost itâs âwowâ factor. The food was OK, felt it was a bit like a pub chain not good home cooked food. Roast chicken was actually a skinless breast so ended up a little dry, the beef was rather over cooked & also a bit dry and chewy.
4 based on 282 reviews
we stumbled across this fantastic little pub on our way to ross on wye from London late on Friday evening. A quick search revealed it got good feedback so we stopped by. Food was tremendous and quickly served, very reasonable, service was excellent. Puddings were amazing and home made. Highly recommended.
4 based on 209 reviews
A traditional country pub with a modern outlook and a warm welcome from Marcus and Poppy - we pride ourselves on fresh, homemade food showcasing the best of local and seasonal produce sourced through our sister butchery business!
My wife and I visited in March, to celebrate her birthday. It was a Steak Night. Steak is ordered by the ounce. You construct your own dinner, getting only what you want. Fantastic idea. The steaks were cooked to perfection, and the vegetables were lovely.It is spartan, reflecting its history and adding to the atmosphere.Hi CotswoldsDoc,Thank you for leaving a review.Iâm really pleased you enjoyed steak night - itâs one of the highlights of the week for us! Hopefully we can welcome you again soon.Kind regardsPoppy
4 based on 784 reviews
Located in the heart of Cirencester, we're a popular bars and restaurant for all occasions. From a relaxed, hearty breakfast in the morning, cakes and sandwiches for lunch with friends to a big family dinner in the evening to celebrate a special occasion.
For our first Sunday in the UK we went here for Sunday Roast. We made reservations before but were seated in a rather uncomfortable spot, even though there were other tables available. They were out of several dishes, even though it was only 15:00. The food itself was nothing special and more like usual dish, nothing like a sunday roast. Rather small portion, not much gravy and not very inspired. For dessert they did not have apple crumble nor custard. Something that should not happen after Sunday roast: we left hungry.
4 based on 174 reviews
The Keepers Arms is a traditional cotswold pub with rooms in the Cotswolds. Family run since 2007 we appear in the good beer guide, since 2010, and were a cotswold life finalist in 2013. We won channel fours "Four in a bed" in 2015 and Camras pub of the y
Two of us visited for lunch on a sunny Wednesday. The inside of this old pub has been very tastefully fitted out with up to date modern furniture and colours creating a very pleasant ambience. I was greeted by the manager who was very jolly and has a quirky sense of humour. We chose to take advantage of the good weather and eat outside in the paved beer garden at the front of the pub. We just had the one course, my friend opting for the fish and chips and I had a chicken dish. The food was very good, the surroundings were pleasant, the service was good and the toilets were spotless. I have never beenhere before but it will go on my list of good places to visit.
4 based on 632 reviews
I do remember calling into this pub a number of years ago when driving home from work in Oxford. Back then the pub had a very colourful sign and it was, I recall, quite a cosy and pleasantly decorated pub. Now the sign is very plain, which is representative of the interior of the pub now, very stark and basic. Reviews here on TA are generally good, so following a social engagement during the afternoon we decided to reserve a table for dinner here. We arrived a bit late but having called ahead the restaurant were able to hold our table for us.The menu was not huge and we found that there wasnât a lot of starters that we found would suit. The main courses offered more interesting choices and we both settled for the Barnsley Lamb Chops. These arrived after a bit of a wait but they were delicious, beautifully cooked with Maris Piper potato slices, tomatoes, olives, and shallots. Their wasnât a lot of meat but what meat there was, really was tender, tasty and pink. We both enjoyed this meal very much, quite complex taste with the olives and shallots. The potatoes were excellent and the green veg side was generous and one serving was enough for the two of us. The only shame was that there just wasnât enough meat - two small mouthfuls. We both felt that the lamb was expensive for what it was at Â£20 per head.We both decided to have dessert, with a Sticky Toffee Pudding for my partner and a Panna cotta for myself.I had no complaints about the food or service but my partnerâs Stick Toffee Pudding didnât have much toffee sauce so it wasnât very sticky. My panna cotta was quite good.Service was good and the staff were all very welcoming and were pleased to reinforce the choices we made from the menu. I cannot give this experience an âexcellentâ rating and I am torn between what would be a harsh âaverageâ and what would be an slightly over-generous âvery goodâ. In the end the food was tasty, and well-cooked so I must reward that.
4 based on 387 reviews
Stopped by for a mid-week lunch. Enjoyed the scampi and chips. Portions were extra large so very filling, and food arrived piping hot and fresh. One criticism would be the service; the waitress who served us was very timid and we could hardly hear her despite the pub being relatively empty at the time. She was very nervous and also only brought one of the two sauces we asked for. Also didn't bother to check up on us after serving our food which was a shame. A bit more training wouldn't go a miss.Overall, If you're after a simple spot of pub grub, this place is a solid choice.
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