AN award-winning Cirencester restaurant is giving two WGS readers the chance to win a table for two at their special Along the Amalfi Coast dining evening on Friday, August 23.

Executive chef Ethan Rodgers and head chef Dom Gower of Made By Bob in the Cornhall have created a special three course menu with vegetarian options that celebrates the Italian region and holiday destination.

The famous Caprese salad is followed by linguine alle vongole and lemon chicken or a delicious pesce all’acqua pazza, a steamed sea bream with tomatoes, cooking broth and sour dough.

This is one of a series of special Friday evenings - recently the restaurant hosted an Australian Night, in aid of the Cirencester and City of Bathurst Friendship.

Made By Bob is now open from in the evenings, Tuesday to Saturday.

Taco Tuesdays and Dirty Burger Thursdays have been added to Wednesday, Friday and Saturday a la carte dining.

There is also now the opportunity to take afternoon tea.

“It is chef’s take on the classic British tradition with the addition of Nduja Scotch Eggs, Buratta sandwiches and Macarons,” explained MBB executive chef Ethan Rodgers.

“Dom and I have worked on something a little different but still with the original fresh flavours of what is a nation’s favourite.

“The idea of Taco Tuesday and our burger night is also to provide Cirencester with something a little different when it comes to evening dining.”

Made By Bob is also open for breakfast and lunch Monday to Saturday, for evening dining Tuesday to Saturday and for brunch on Sunday until 3pm.

To make an enquiry or booking please call 01285 641818 or email


Win a table for two at Made By Bob’s Along the Amalfi Coast dining evening on Friday, August 23

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the following question.

Q. In which country is the Amalfi Coast located?

Email your answer to with your full name, address and mobile number putting Made By Bob Competition as the subject.

Closing date for entries is noon on Tuesday, August 20.

Usual Newsquest rules apply.