(Call me a traditionalist, but I expect to find farm shops in the countryside, not right across the road from Travis Perkins.) The full car park, however, does give one a small clue as to what locals think of the place.
We visit the deli spin-off of Ciren’s best-known restaurant and put it though its paces.
The boho vibe that embraces you as you enter the Blue Zucchini brasserie makes you want to sing Bob Marley
Picture-perfect pub and food. The window of decent weather was merely a stroke of luck. We’d booked to have Sunday
A Cirencester Coffee Scene? Coffee is everywhere these days. Even the pokiest of villages probably has a coffee shop where
Arriving at The Canteen is an experience in itself – it does not take the largest of mental leaps to
Chalford’s locally renowned eatery that always seems to hit the spot.