Located approximately six miles from the historic core of Cirencester, The Stump is conveniently situated beside the bustling Foss Way, a remarkably preserved Roman road in the UK.
Helmed by the dynamic duo Baz & Fred, also known as Harry Henriques and Fred Hicks, these childhood pals from the Cotswolds have carved out a niche with their renowned pizza street food venture in London, including a spot at Flat Iron Square. In the Cotswolds, they’re shaking things up, skillfully addressing a market need with their offering of simple, high-quality, and reasonably priced fare.
The concise menu features around ten pizza varieties (imagine toppings like aubergine paired with whipped ricotta) alongside four pasta options, such as a zesty crab linguine accented with lemon and chilli.
The beverage selection varies from classic Negroni cocktails to locally-brewed Deya ales. Breakfast is a direct affair served at your table, consisting of grains (fresh sourdough toast, cereals accompanied by yoghurt and berries), variously prepared eggs (scrambled, fried, with an option to add bacon), and a choice of beverages (tea, coffee, orange juice).
Attractions in proximity include the Chedworth Roman Villa, a scenic hour-and-a-half walk away, and Bibury, a charming village just four miles down a country road. For those travelling by train, Kemble Station is 11 miles to the south, and Cheltenham Spa Station is 17 miles to the north.