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Cotswold restaurant one of few recognised by Michelin

Restaurant and Deli Made By Bob  has retained its place in the Michelin Guide, for the fourth year in a row.

The popular Cirencester eatery is a recipient of a Bib Gourmand, following the announcement of this year's Michelin Stars. The Bib Gourmand signifies good food at moderate prices and has been a part of the Michelin guide since 1955.

Made By Bob is one of the few recognised in this region, which surprises head chef, Bob Parkinson: "We have some amazing independent restaurants around here, Purslane and The White Spoon in Cheltenham for example.

"We are flattered to be included at Bib Gourmand level, as we currently do not open in the evening. Thanks goes to my great kitchen and front of house team, as well as all of the diners that join us every day for breakfast, lunch and now afternoon tea."

The Michelin Guide is published by French tyre company Michelin, who have produced an annual guide to UK restaurants for over 100 years.

There are still spaces for the special Made By Bob Steak on Friday 26th October and French Night on 23rd November. The usual service charge will be forfeited and will go instead to LINC, The Leukemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund, a charity close to Chef Bob and his wife Ali's hearts. Donations will also be taken on the evenings for the Cheltenham-based charity.

For more information visit http://foodmadebybob.com/, call 01285 641 818, email bob@foodmadebybob.com or visit the restaurant at 26 Market Place, The Corn Hall, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. GL7 2NY.

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