Eat Wild | Restaurant in the Cotswolds

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In the heart of the Cotswolds lies a little town called Cirencester. Here you will find the home of sustainably sourced wild meat and game restaurant, Eat Wild.

As you walk in, the décor takes on a mix of old English country pile meets urban London warehouse.  A mural of two rutting stags provide an electric backdrop to the space, with taxidermy and rustic treasures filing every corner of the intimate restaurant. This pioneering restaurant which opened in May of this year boasts a delectable menu of what they describe as ‘dirty food’ done well. The brothers Will and Calum Thompson are award winning game food champions (as voted for by the countryside alliance) and are on a mission to get Britain eating wild meat and game, with their restaurant providing the hub for the campaign. Every dish on the menu is made with the finest ingredients using local supplier’s wherever possible.

The current menu boasts in season game with dishes such as Butt’s Farm Chorizo and Pheasant Sausage with Mash and Mixed Beans and Local Partridge Ragù with linguine to choose from. When we asked Calum for his recommendation he said the Quackie Chan (Wild Mallard in a brioche bun) was his favourite. Eat Wild ensure food is delivered to your plate with minimum food miles and dishes are reasonably priced – it’s hardly surprising they are already voted in the top ten restaurants in Cirencester.

Visit Eat Wild at 4 Castle Street, Cirencester, GL7 1QA. Open breakfasts Saturday and Sunday,  lunchtimes Tuesday – Sunday and dinner Tuesday – Saturday.

To make a reservation please call 01285 657 339.

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