Anchors away

Anchors away

Time for another working lunch in Cirencester and as the sun hadn’t quite made an appearance it was decided a brisk short walk was the best option in our quest for food.  We headed out of our office on Dyer Street and two minutes later were inside the Malt and Anchor...
Marlborough bound

Marlborough bound

After a morning’s visit to one of our Marlborough based clients it would have been terribly amiss of us not to stop in the High Street of this beautiful market town and visit Rick Steins which opened here just over a year ago. This stylish restaurant’s tastful décor...
Salad days

Salad days

‘How hungry are you’ was Ian’s question as we stepped outside our office onto Dyer Street. What a question! There is still a difference between hunger and what I think I should eat at the moment, so I replied ‘oh not very, anything with lettuce leaves will be perfect’...
Dog friendly dining

Dog friendly dining

Fed up with looking at lettuce leaves I was coaxed into choosing a ‘push the boat out’ lunch on my most recent trip to Cirencester. Ian and I headed to Toro Lounge on this bright but cold lunchtime and I was pleasantly surprised to discover even more shops and...
Kings for a day,(well for lunch!)

Kings for a day,(well for lunch!)

Off to Wood Street again for another lunch, there are still lots of venues yet to visit and today we went to ’20 at The Kings’ formerly known as The Kings Arms.  This magnificent building opened in the 1830s and has been a focal point of Old Town ever since. The bar...