Eat Wild opened its 30-seater restaurant in Cirencester last year and since then has gone from strength to strength. It is run by Gloucestershire born brothers and has a vision to bring sustainably sources wild meat and game to the public. A recent review in Country Life Magazine wrote, “Eat Wild is just superb….Seasonal, sustainable and locally sourced, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Eat Wild in Cirencester in now serving their game inspired Christmas menu. In the evening you can choose from a wide range of dished including Spatchcocked Partridges with a Pickled Pear Salad or Local Pheasant Kiev Stuffed with Cranberry and Caramelised Red Onion. Or why not try the Pheasant and Chorizo bangers and mash? The pudding menu includes mince pie puree donuts with pine sugar and brnady ice cream and chocolate orange cheesecake. You may need to start with one and then enjoy the next!
Eat Wild Restaurant is new (it opened in Cirencester at the end of May) and has already gained lots of rave reviews. Run by brothers Calum and Will, Eat Wild aims to bring game to a wider audience. They harvest, cook and sell wild meat and game products. In 2010 the brothers started by selling their delicious game to local gastro pubs and restaurants. They have also sold at festivals, and other events including the London 2012 Olympics. They have now directly entered the restaurant business and Eat Wild is being widely acclaimed for its great food and its quirky, rustic atmosphere (beer and sundaes are served in old jars!). The menu includes locally sourced meat, pulled venison and burgers which are cooked to order.
Eat Wild can be found at 4 Castle Street, Cirencester.