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Title says it all really! The beef Sunday roast really was that good.. tender beef, crispy roast potatoes and lots of veg. Not to mention the enormous Yorkshire pudding. Really delicious!
The confit duck croquette starter and pistachio cake main were equally as good. Service...More
This is a Country pub which is more geared to food.All items appear to be freshly sourced and cooked.
The service is friendly and excellent.
The fixed price lunch is £13.95 -2 courses or £16.95 for 3 courses
I had the soup with was the...More
We came to The Falcon for lunch on our way to the Open Air Sculpture exhibition at The Old Rectory, Quenington. We arrived at opening time, 12 noon, to be warmly greeted by Dave, the super-friendly New Zealander front of house. We both had the...More
We are moving to the Cotswolds to retire. While scouting around we happened upon the Falcon. What great good fortune, it is becoming our local when we visit the area and we intend spending many happy hours when we move. The food is exquisite, the...More
Brilliant place to go for a nice meal. Went there with the family and had great food coupled with a lovely atmosphere. Service is also excellent. The prices are high but you are definitely getting what you pay for.
Celebrated my wife's birthday here with a romantic meal. I am still thinking about my starter of scallops and black pudding, just divine. I know the mains and puds were great too...can't recall what they were apart from delicious...but did I tell you about the...More
As a regular visitor to the Falcon, I should simply wish to reiterate the consistency of quality with the service at this friendly and welcoming establishment.
The servile is prompt and there is clearly good supervision. The menu is varied with good choices.
Recommended by friends this pub is a little off the main road near Cirencester. The location is excellent if travelling into the Cotswolds or the Welsh Borders. We did book, Friday evening, and the place was busy. Mainly locals in for the good food. Beer...More