Calling all Lancaster students and brunch lovers!
Top 8 Places For Eating Out in Cirencester…For Students
By Student Cribs | October 7, 2016
Lunch doesn’t have to be all about meal deals and canned soups. Check out our list of eateries in Cirencester that offer great food at reasonable prices. We also included spots for Friday dinners and quick bites.
1. Made by Bob
Placed in the centre of Cirencester, this busy stylish bistro is perfect for breakfasts, as they open early in the morning – we recommend trying their fresh baked bread, brownies and English breakfast. Sit in the counter to watch the processes in a busy open kitchen. In the evenings it gets fancier, but the food is impeccable, perfect for birthday celebrations and dates.
It’s a casual fun place with a chilled atmosphere, where you can get a light lunch or yummy cakes at reasonable prices. We recommend cheese scones and homemade soups. This café is good for meetings, as it’s not so buzzing as places on high street.
Brewery Court, Cirencester GL7 1JH
Located down one of the alleys, this gem has a relaxed and quirky atmosphere. As you can judge by the name, it serves waffles. And the best waffles in Cirencester…can also be savoury! Have you ever had goats cheese with onion relish or salami and mozzarella as waffle toppings? Make your day even more sweet by ordering a milkshake.
2 Templar Mews Black Jack Street
4. Café Mosaic
Located in Woolmarket arcade, this cosy cafe offers a good selection of homemade cakes, coffee, tea and sandwiches. Stop there for a lemon meringue pie – it’s absolutely fantastic. Also, great for a weekend brunch with friends!
12 The Wool Market
If you’re a fan of Japanese cuisine, this spot is perfect for you – Soushi has tasty sashimi offerings, bento boxes and tempura. Also, the staff is always friendly and efficient. This place is more expensive, but the food is reasonably priced.
The Old Post Office 12 Castle Street
The food you get here is excellent and you get a great value for money – enjoy a big portion of salad for just £4.40. Stacked is perfect for lunch and it has many options, all healthy, fresh, tasty and cheap. Visitors highly recommend trying bagels, noodles and oriental dishes.
Unit 5 The Old Post Office 12 Castle Street
This funky diner has an American style interior and serves delicious, well-cooked burgers, ribs, hot dogs and absolutely monstrous milkshakes with donuts on top. You can also make it healthier by swapping a burger bun for salad, but it would be a sin.
Stoneys 1 Farrell Close
Located just off the market place, Peppers is truly a fantastic sandwich takeaway. Grab a quick bite during lunchtime here, you’ll find the best brownies, a wide range of freshly made sandwiches, salads and teas. You can also customise your sandwich with a build-it-yourself menu.
Unit g4, Sun Mews, The Waterloo
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