Cafe Rene (Gloucester) Review

Address: Cafe Rene, 31 Southgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1TP

Draught

Broadoak Kingston Black
Broadoak Perry
Hecks Farmhouse Cider
Moles Black Rat
Thatchers Cheddar Valley
Westcroft Dry
Westons Stowford Press

Bottles

None

Review

Walking on an average Saturday afternoon through Gloucester, you would not normally realise that this place even existed. Situated through an arch next to a Church, you wouldn’t expect to find a pub, let alone a pub with so much character and cider on offer!

This is a pub, restaurant & music venue with a French twist to it (hence the name). You walk in here and all you can see is wall-to-wall wine bottles, with a traditional pub look as pretty much everything is wooden. Having a Roman well in the middle is a bit odd, but gives it an extra charm. Cider-wise, it’s the best pub I have seen in Gloucester by a country mile. Every other pub only sold Stowford Press. While I wouldn’t call Stowford a bad cider, it just isn’t a great one either. Even some pubs in Bristol would be pushed to have such a good selection as this pub does. All cider is served from plastic barrels and tastes great. If you do go to Gloucester, then this is the pub to go to!

Opening Hours:

Mon-Thu: 11am-12am

Fri-Sat: 11am-4am (£2 entry after 11pm)

Sun: 11am-12am

Tel: 01452 309340

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