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Jesse’s Restaurant opened in 2000 and has established itself as one of the dining venues in the county.
Manager, Andrew Parffrey, Head chef Paul Driver Dickerson and Sous Chef David Witnall have developed a unique dining experience; fresh food cooked brilliantly with style, imagination and flair.
Key to the restaurant’s success is the dedicated sourcing of the finest seasonal foods from the south west of England. Meat comes from the renowned Jesse Smith butcher situated at the front of the restaurant and fish and seafood are delivered daily from Cornwall.
Jesse’s was awarded its first AA rosette this year and with an entry into the prestigious Michelin guide for restaurants due later this year, the restaurant is going from strength to strength.
Known as the capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a busy market town with many attractions such as the Corinium Roman Museum, Roman Amphitheatre and one of the largest parish churches in England. There is a market every Monday and Friday and a traditional farmers market every second Saturday. The town is also becoming known for great shopping so why not add a visit to Jesse’s to your shopping list!
We are open for Lunch on Monday to Saturday (12.00 – 2.30 last orders) and Dinner Tuesday – Saturday (6.45 – 9.15 last orders).
In the summer we also offer outside seating on our pretty terrace. Come and experience great food, superb wines and excellent service in a warm welcoming environment.
Manager, Jesse’s in Cirencester
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