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Served with pickled cabbage, scallion cream and New England style johnny cakes. A blend of Vermont cream and cheeses, a blue cheese gratin and local honey with sliced apples and house made flatbread. Vermont raised, crisped up, with creamed beets, mustard aioli, cherry-cranberry relish.
Buttermilk, maple vinaigrette or Greek. Served in corn tortillas with Mexican style coleslaw, avocado-cream, mango-chipotle sauce with choice of side. VT raised pork braised with apples and cider, served in corn tortillas with braised cabbage and scallion cream with a choice of side. Each sandwich comes with a choice of side.
Green Mountain Smokehouse turkey breast served on toasted four seed bread with apple, onion and cranberry sage mayonnaise. Ground Local chicken, caramelized onions, spinach, pickled peppers and parmesan cheese sauce on a toasted roll. Grilled local chicken thighs, roasted mushrooms, spinach and garlic mayonnaise in a grilled flat bread. Fresh bouquet of fruit and flowers on the nose. Crisp and fragrant with well balanced hints of fruit on the palate.
Pale yellow with aromas of ripe fruit with floral and citrus notes. Bright acidity, easy drinking with flavors of light fruits.
Pale straw with green reflections. Rich and concentrated, with white flower and apricot notes. Flavors of pear, apple and a soft spice. Smooth, medium-bodied with good fruit acidity. Sharp, vibrant aromatics with notes of soft grapefruit, lemon zest and citrus blossom.
The palate also delivers citrus with a touch of apple. Clean, zesty with a vibrant finish. A secret blend of ten grape varietals with a touch of sweetness and a delicious floral bouquet. Light and refreshing with flavors of citrus, peach, pear and ripe grapefruit.
Intriguing, floral nose of guava, orange zest and apple. The smooth, balanced palate offers honeydew melon and citrus. The fruitiness is balanced by a rich creaminess and a crisp lingering finish. Golden yellow in color. Aromas of pear and apple with a hint of toasted oak. Flavors of vanilla and apple round out the palate with a creamy, mouth filling finish.
Aromas of green apple, pear, and white peach are accompanied by honey and floral notes. Dry on the palate with fresh fruit flavors and a hint of effervescence. The nose delivers bright fruit notes of peaches and apples with a hint of tropical fruits. These fruits follow through on the palate along with a fresh, balanced acidity and long finish. Notes of flowers and peaches with a hint of minerality.
Flavors of pear with a soft earthiness. Pure and rounded on the palate. Vibrant garnet in color with aromas of sweet cherry and spice. The palate delivers ripe cherry, vanilla and toasted oak. Well balanced with soft tannins. Soft ruby color with plum, blueberry and raspberry notes. The palate is filled with raspberry and cherry fruits with warm cacao tones.
Light tannins with a soft fruit laden finish. Named after the winemaker's youngest daughter. Rich, deep ruby in color with lush fruit flavors of cranberry, currant and plum. Soft and velvety tannins with a hint of oak and vanilla with a lingering finish. Dark fruit aromas of black cherry, blackberry and black raspberry with a hint of pepper. Flavors of black cherry and red currant combine with smoke and dark chocolate with a soft velvety finish. Medium body with notes of cherry and vanilla.
Roasted plum and cherry with hints of tobacco and cedar fill the palate. A nice balance between the fruit and spice with a silky, spicy finish. Ruby red in color with hints of violet. Medium-full bodied with aromas of plum and cherry with a hint of spice. Rich and full flavored with distinct tannins and a light finish. Deep purplish red with shades of garnet. Rich, dark fruits on the nose. Lush blackberry, dark cherry, and spice on the palate.
Full bodied with a long lingering finish. Distinctive, elegant bouquet with a distinct intensity. Full bodied with flavors of dark fruits with a hint of licorice provide a well balanced, smooth finish. Dark purple in color with aromas of raspberry and blackberry.
Jammy and juicy with flavors of dark berries, a hint of spiced nuts and chocolate. Finishes long with a touch of smokiness. An old vine Zinfandel from three different regions. Aged in French and American oak for 11 months. Deep black fruit and crushed black pepper on the nose. Rich and lush with dark berries, spice and a hint of chocolate on the palate. Beautiful deep color with aromas of blackberries, licorice,with a touch of pepper. The palate is rich, medium bodied and aromatic, with red fruits, sweet pepper and a soft spice.
A well balanced blend with aromas of red and black fruits, herbs and a hint of pepper. Ripe cherries, raspberries and spice on the palate. Dark and ripe with aromas of black fruit, licorice and a touch of violet. The well rounded palate is filled with plums, cassis and toasty notes.
Medium-full bodied with sweet tannins and a long finish. Medium bodied with aromas of cherry, green pepper, leather and a touch of oak. Firm tannins with flavors of sweet blackberry, plum, smoke and finishes with a hint of cocoa. Aged in oak for 12 months. Bold, robust and rich with black cherry, raspberry jam, currant, spice and mocha on the nose. The palate is abundant with dark berries, plum and spiciness from the oak with solid tannins and a smooth lingering finish. Deep, maroon red in color.
The aromas are of dark, ripe red berries, cassis and cigar box. The palate is filled with raspberry and wild strawberry which evolve into generous currant flavors with a soft spice. The rich layered flavors are met with fine-grained, velvety soft tannins and a hint of earth and caramel.
Only 60 barrels produced. Rich maroon in color. Elegant and enjoyable with light thyme and sage, vanilla, red fruits, and anise on the nose. Juicy plums, black cherries and sweet oak come through on the palate with remarkably soft tannins from start to finish. I visit VT once a year and make it a point to enjoy a meal at Roots. I brought my friend there for her birthday. The food was delicious and the service was excellent! Everyone was very attentive.
The noise level in the restaurant was loud the night that we were there. It was a bit difficult to converse with my friend. Excellent dinner enhanced by great service and enthusiasm from Rachel!!! Very much enjoy Roots on our yearly visit to Vermont! I was a huge fan of Roots prior to this visit and may see if it redeems itself at a future date. However this was not the Roots I remember so fondly. Our server was inattentive and preoccupied.
Each time she approached the table she apologized profusely but the service never improved. Our appetizer of calamari was outstanding , like always. The entrees, Cod and the Ravioli special, were tasteless and unimaginative. Don't know if we hit a bad night but WHOA that's the reason for the poor rating. Great Food, Great Service Menu has great variety without being overwhelming — something for everyone — whether a vegetarian or a carnivore! Started with the Calamari and the Burrata — both delicious.
Generously portioned salads; enjoyed both the Grilled Caesar and Snap Pea. Cod Sandwich and Emu Sandwich were both wonderful. Knowledgeable, friendly, infectious smile, and all-around great personality.
Kudos to Roots for finding him. Looking forward to a return visit — would love to sit at the wonderful bar with the blue back-lit top! We celebrated at Roots as friends who haven't seen each other in 51 years high school, and the enthusiasm of the staff was very sweet. It was loud lunch time but the three hours sped by and the food was great. We didn't want to leave, and they didn't try to push us. Thank you to the restaurant, the chef and the staff for making our reunion the special celebration we hoped it would be.
Great menu and people. Go for the food. They're into good food creatively inspired and they aim to please. Seafood selections were more limited that in the past, but otherwise good food as usual.
This was a great find in Rutland VT! We loved the farm to table food and small restaurant atmosphere. We haven't been here for a while and always wonder why we wait so long between visits. Loved the casual atmosphere and superior food quality and service. The staff makes you feel right at home The best kept secret in Vt.
Ross was a great waiter, food was outstanding and I will be back!!! Great food and great service. Excellent food made with local ingredients! Great service in a small energetic setting! Always a good meal.
Roots is an oasis delivering excellent food for all tastes. The atmosphere is fun and the staff is friendly. Good food, at times outstanding, and very good local menu, in fact one of the best around.
The seating isn't great in this small establishment; it feels crowded and at times a bit claustrophobic, but it is a small place and as such on a cold day can be cozy. As good and healthy as the menu appears, the rolls when they came were a profound disappointment. There are so many great whole wheat and other whole grain rolls out there - perhaps something fresh-baked?
Soup and fresh rolls could be a meal in itself, but those bland, white flour rolls aren't going to cut it. Local produce and seasonal variations dictate the menu, and fresh breads, pastries and biscuits are all baked in-house. The bar offers nothing less than the best local beverages, including homemade sloe gin and elderflower vodka.
The eight en-suite letting rooms mean you can make the most of the area for longer. Since taking ownership of The Joiners in , Stephen and Tracy Fitzpatrick have transformed it from a traditional village pub to an award-winning gastropub. Located in the pretty village of Bruntingthorpe, The Joiners has become a foodie haven, earning a loyal following of diners that come from near and far.
The menu is intelligently compiled depending on the fresh ingredients available, and every dish is cooked to an impeccable standard. The mains are equally adventurous. My sea bass with Chinese greens, Cornish crab ravioli and sweet chilli dressing was an unexpected yet delightfully flavoursome dish, with each individual element complementing the other beautifully. The service was prompt and unobtrusive — just as it should be. Booking is essential as the tables at this popular pub are booked up nearly every night.
The moment we stepped inside family-run Sysonby Knoll, we felt at home. From the front, the building looks unassuming, yet it boasts surprisingly wonderful views to the rear of the property. We enjoyed a pre-dinner drink in the comfy coffee lounge overlooking the superb gardens and fields in the valley below.
The restaurant is light and airy, and offers spectacular vistas. My main course of balsamic-glazed sirloin with crumbled Stilton was utterly Food Served: My companion settled on teriyaki chicken teamed with creamy Mon-Fri noon The homemade fruity 7pm-9pm; Sat 7pm-9pm; meringue roulade proved to be the Sun noon We retired to the coffee lounge to relax before a quick tour of the private dining rooms, which can seat up to 48 people. Guests can opt to stay overnight in one of the 30 individually decorated bedrooms.
Inside though, time has not stood still. Over the last seven years, the hotel has been lovingly refurbished and updated. The restaurant is gorgeous — think crisp linen, fresh flowers and candles.
The regularly changing, mouth-watering menu showcases seasonal ingredients and local produce wherever possible. Mon-Sun crispy skin and tender flakes of sweet fish. The accompanying corn fritter, sweetcorn Our desserts provided a wonderful conclusion to a fantastic dining experience. The Falcon is also the perfect wedding venue, creating a bespoke experience in luxurious surroundings to guarantee you the perfect day.
Look out for regular live events throughout the year. Located conveniently close to the East Midlands Airport, Donington Manor began its life as an 18th-century coaching inn and has been thoughtfully extended over the years. It focuses on offering wonderful hospitality, a special dining experience, and a place where guests feel at home whatever the occasion.
This beautiful restaurant retains many of the original features characteristic of a Grade II listed building, such as dramatic curved sash windows, ornate cornicing and ceiling detail, and stunning chandeliers. These combine perfectly with a backdrop of opulent decor to create an elegant and stylish dining room, and the team prides itself on offering the warmest welcome for miles around.
To enhance your dining experience, dishes are stunningly presented and complemented by a fine selection of wine. The Lounge Bar is open all day, serving a selection of coffees, light snacks and a wide variety of wine and other refreshing beverages. Providing an informal meeting place during the day, this attractive space becomes the social hub of the hotel by night. The Lounge Bar has been stylishly refurbished, blending classic features with quirky furniture, providing the perfect place to meet, eat or relax with friends and colleagues.
Why not make it the backdrop to your upcoming special occasion? We were treated like royalty from the moment we stepped through the heavy front door of this grand and undeniably English country house hotel. Gibbons often carved a whimsical little joke into his work, which we spotted high above the mantelpiece in this foodie haven — a ludicrous bunch of wooden carrots. Feather-light amuse-bouches cleaned our palates ready for the excellent meal to follow.
My husband chose an Alaskan king crab starter, which was delicious and exquisitely presented with touches of watercress, dill, squid ink, vanilla, pear and a sauce of scallop roe and chilli.
Then came a flavoursome four-bird roast for him, and wild turbot for me. Our evening ended in style with coffee accompanied by petits fours and the pudding recipe to take home. Oakham, LE15 8AB t: The team at Barnsdale takes pride in their dishes, all of which are prepared using seasonal, local produce to guarantee that diners receive only the highest-quality food. Barnsdale Hall Hotel is the ideal place for those wishing to host a special occasion.
Private dining facilities are available and the team delights in tailoring menus, allowing you to be as lavish or as refined as you choose. Whatever your reason for visiting, the attentive staff will ensure you have a wonderful time. Located in a converted luggage factory with a private room for 40 guests and an cover restaurant, The Case offers style, sophistication and staggeringly good value. To follow, the braised blade of beef with braised red cabbage, roasted butternut squash and jus is sure to be a winner.
Tempting treats bring your meal to a sweet finish; orange and lime panna cotta with candied lemon and mango sorbet is just one example of the delicious desserts available. At the weekend sample a sumptuous five-course tasting menu. Using modern techniques and always sourcing the best-quality produce, taste, colour and texture are paramount to the plates. Thanks to this, The Case is perfect for any occasion, from a casual lunch with friends to a sophisticated fine dining experience.
Parties, corporate events and weddings are welcome. The Case was established in and continues to grow. Looked upon as a benchmark venue in Leicester, this restaurant is definitely worth a visit. Normanton Park Hotel offers stunning views, stylish accommodation and excellent food.
Come here to enjoy a relaxing waterside break and take in the beautiful scenery of Normanton Park. Boasting a wide bill of fare, the restaurant has a dedicated Sunday lunch menu and a bar menu packed with plenty of tempting dishes, including a few vegetarian choices. Thai-style cod and prawn fishcakes with ginger, soy and sesame dressing are sure Mon-Sun noon-5pm, to whet your appetite. Move on to the main affair with the Normanton gourmet 6.
Oakham, LE15 8AH t: Expect a warm welcome at Barnsdale Lodge Hotel, whether the log fires are lit or not. This former farmhouse is tucked away in the desirable Rutland countryside and is the perfect destination for a relaxing meal, fun-filled party, lavish wedding, pampering weekend or family holiday.
Quite simply, this is a stylish hotel that delivers outstanding, beautifully presented food that focuses on flavour. To start, my partner and I delighted in the pan-fried scallops with chorizo and pea shoots, and warm Exton Estate partridge with an artichoke, pear and beetroot salad with shallot dressing.
Our mains surpassed expectations — my chargrilled sirloin of beef, Food Served: Mon-Sun with chips, roast tomato and stuffed mushroom, was plump and succulent, and noon You will find real ales at the bar, and the extensive wine list is divided into European and New World varieties. The hotel boasts 46 stunning guest bedrooms, all en-suite. In addition, there are private suites with self-catering options, and conference rooms capable of accommodating people.
Lake Isle is set in the beautiful market town of Uppingham in Rutland. Taste the quality found in the lovingly prepared and beautifully presented food served in the two-AA-rosette-awarded restaurant. The menus change with the seasons, making the most of locally grown produce. Another passion here is wine. All palates are catered for with a choice of over different wines from 11 countries, and a luxurious selection of 20 Champagnes from the wine cellar.
The rooms available are comfortable and individually designed, and the whirlpool rooms are so named because each en-suite boasts a jet whirlpool bath and also features a king-size bed. These extras, among others, make your stay away from home a real treat. At Lake Isle you can be assured that a warm welcome and a premium level of customer service await. Oakham, LE15 7RA t: The charm of a stunning Grade II listed country pub has been combined with exceptional cuisine at this hidden gem in the heart of rural Rutland.
Classic flavour combinations are given an update on a menu that expertly showcases locally sourced ingredients and fresh, seasonal produce. This delicious dish was followed by an equally comforting and flavoursome main course of confit duck leg, chorizo and sausage cassoulet with buttered beans.
My dessert of spiced poached pear with berry compote and blackcurrant sorbet was a light and fragrant end to a wonderful feast. Each dish featured an expert balance of exciting flavours with hearty, comforting portions. In winter the cosy bar area, with Food Served: Tues-Sat its quirky decor and warm log fire, noon For summer visitors, the pretty garden is an enticing al fresco dining spot.
The restaurant itself consists of four interconnected rooms of varying sizes, all of which makes The Jackson Stops an ideal venue for everything from a romantic meal for two to a group celebration. Lutterworth, LE17 6HJ t: My starter was a unique take on ham, egg and chips, which was perfectly balanced in flavour with the different elements complementing each other beautifully.
We continued with mains of braised blade of beef and pan-fried duck breast that were both satisfying and wholesome. For dessert, I opted for the delicious homemade Open: Pre-theatre dining is also available by request throughout the season; what better way to start an evening? While the dishes are beautifully presented, no fuss or frills get in the way of the flavours of the ingredients, which speak for themselves.
Expect the likes of pigeon with red wine reduction, dolcelatte and crispy pancetta, and sea scallops with parsnips, lemon powder and berry gel to start. A selection of pizzas are available to eat in or take away, and a range of grilled day-aged steaks can be enjoyed with a choice of Stilton or pepper sauce and accompanied by fries, wild mushrooms, spinach and dressed salad. Popular themed nights include Italian evening on Wednesdays and pizza night on Thursdays.
Handily located close to the Curve Theatre, Bistrot Pierre is the ideal spot for a pre-theatre meal — before you soak up some culture at the theatre, why not soak up some French culture here? When you visit, the friendly staff, buzz of diners chatting and a warm welcome make first-timers and regulars feel right at home. Whether stopping by for a laid-back breakfast at the weekend, a light lunch or tempting three-course feast, your food will arrive beautifully presented, freshly prepared and of the highest standard.
Lighter dishes include whole sea bass with sauce vierge of capers, tomatoes, lemon and mixed herbs. EFES is named after the famous Turkish beer producers, while mangal means charcoal grill, which is fitting as all of the meat is cooked over the grill for added flavour. The menu presents plenty of tasty options, making it difficult to decide what to have. Hot meze starters include the likes of filo pastry parcels filled with spinach and feta, or grilled minced lamb with onions, parsley and herbs.
Seafood, charcoal grills, salads and specials like lamb casserole and moussaka make delicious main-course options. Vegetarians are amply catered for with the likes of rich moussaka served with rice and salad, a colourful vegetarian kebab and filling halloumi wrap, to name just a few options.
A wide range of beer, spirits and special cocktails is available alongside the fare. If you want to enjoy the mouth-watering food from the comfort of your home, you can order from an extensive takeaway menu and collect your feast.
Chef Mimmo cooks from the heart and follows the principles of Italian cooking, so diners receive delicious authentic Italian cuisine every time they visit Il Vicolo. Each dish is served with panache and with a little Mimmo magic added to the mix. The menu features a range of antipasti, pizza, pasta and risotto dishes. You might like to begin with toasted bruschetta topped with buffalo mozzarella and spicy salami before you choose between fresh mussels or fine Italian Parma ham served with sweet melon and fresh berries to start.
Pizzas come scattered with the likes of king prawns, calamari and mussels, and spicy salami, red onions and fresh chilli. Alternatively, tuck into homemade giant ravioli filled with salmon or homemade tortellini packed with wild mushrooms and cooked in wine, cream and garlic sauce. Desserts feature classics like creamy tiramisu, classic vanilla panna cotta Open: Wonderful wine is the perfect accompaniment to any great Italian meal, and the team at Il Vicolo sources wine from producers who share the same ethos of quality and flavour.
Recently revamped, Timo is somewhere you will feel equally welcome to pop in for a quick coffee as a full three-course meal. In true Italian style, Timo offers personal service, fresh homemade fare and a relaxed environment. You might begin with an antipasti platter featuring a selection of fine Italian cured meats, pickles and toasted homemade bread, or oven-baked scallops in breadcrumbs and pesto. Continue with a pizza topped with tomatoes, pesto, pecorino, mascarpone, tomato sauce and mozzarella, a homemade pasta dish such as spaghetti carbonara, or one of the many new gluten-free and vegetarian dishes.
Be sure to take advantage of the superb offers too — the Monday and Tuesday deal that includes a complimentary bottle of wine when two or more dine is particularly popular. The menu here is reassuringly concise — testament to the fact that each dish is finely honed and freshly cooked to order — yet offers an excellent range, including a dedicated vegetarian selection and a regularly changing specials board that showcases seasonal dishes. Pay a visit and experience for yourself the charms of this wonderful little neighbourhood eatery.
Amici is one of the foodie highlights in Melton Mowbray. Making customers feel welcome and well looked after is top of the list for the dedicated team.
The relaxed atmosphere helps to ease away the stresses of everyday life, giving diners a taste of la dolce vita. Visit for artisan coffee and warm pastries for breakfast, a light lunch or a top-notch evening meal. Fine ingredients are sourced locally or flown over from Italy to ensure that quality prevails and dishes are as delicious as can be. Classics such as insalata Caprese, Margherita pizza and penne verde are crafted with confidence and flair, while a frequently updated specials board offers a creative selection of fresh, seasonal dishes.
Those with a sweet-tooth are also in for a treat. The drinks menu is comprehensive, with an impressive range of wine as well as draught beer and an imaginative cocktail menu. Expect soft lighting, wooden tables for parties of all sizes, and attractive decor.
A set of comfy lounge chairs are just the ticket after a long day at work and are the best place to enjoy a quiet catch up and a well-deserved drink. For a delectable lunchtime treat, try the Thai pork and cashew flatbread or share a Mediterranean board packed with grilled halloumi, arancini, buffalo mozzarella, sundried tomatoes, pimento pepper, wild rocket and fresh crusty bread. Toppings include Cajun chicken, prosciutto, pepper and sweet red onion. Vegetarians are well catered for with plenty of delicious options.
A takeaway service is available for those who wish to enjoy a pizza in the comfort of their own home. Desserts include classic sticky toffee pudding, warm chocolate brownie, and a delectable range of ice cream. A fantastic Sunday roast offering is served between noon and 5pm. The roast is deservedly very popular and includes beef topside, lamb leg and chicken supreme — a comforting weekend treat. Wine from around the world is available to accompany your meal, including the deliciously crisp Sal de Fiesta La Mona: With plenty of sparkling wine and Champagne on offer, Halcyon Kitchen is perfect for special occasions and events such as graduations, birthdays, weddings and corporate events.
The terraced area at the front of the venue is the perfect spot for drinks and al fresco dining, and the interior is beautifully styled and romantically lit. From freshly prepared light bites and lunches to three-course evening meals, is an attractive choice for all manner of occasions. A fantastic roast dinner is available every Sunday between noon and 5pm. The extensive menu showcases prime steaks, mouth-watering seafood and fresh salads to suit all palates and budgets.
An array of meat, fish and vegetarian options such as paneer and mushroom skewers are chargrilled to perfection, and are accompanied by your choice from a selection of sauces and lip-smacking sides. We recommend that you opt for at least two courses and sample the likes of garlic king prawns cooked in garlic butter and parsley, served atop toasted bruschetta with cherry tomatoes, followed by grilled lime- and coriander-marinated chicken breast with chips and side salad.
Seafood-lovers will enjoy the grilled sea bass fillets with lemon butter, mixed vegetables and Cajun-spiced rice. A carefully selected and diverse wine list will leave you spoilt for choice. The team offers great packages for special occasions and private functions, and caters for dietary requirements wherever possible. Just three miles south of pretty Market Harborough, The George extends a warm welcome to all its guests.
With eight boutique bedrooms — each individually styled and named after key figures from the Battle of Naseby — this is the perfect spot from which to explore Market Harborough, the surrounding countryside and all that the region offers.
Expect the likes of scallops with Clonakilty black pudding and garlic mash, and duck and chestnut terrine with plum chutney and walnut bread to start, and mains such as confit Barbary duck with Dauphinoise potatoes and red wine sauce. Seafood-lovers will savour the sea bass paired with pak choi, crab ravioli and sweet chilli sauce, while vegetarians will be impressed by the grilled halloumi with potato, squash and spinach — a beautifully simple treat.
The medallions of beef fillet doused in Diane sauce is extremely popular and comes highly recommended. Advance booking of at least 24 hours is essential for the latter. With beautiful bedrooms, sumptuous food and a homely ambience, The George is well worth a visit. Mon-Sat noon-late; Sun noon-5pm Food Served: Mon-Sat 7amam, noon-2pm, 6pm-9pm; Sun 7amam, noon-4pm. Legend has it that the legendary 18th-century racecourse Hercules, owned by the Dixie family, has been revived and returned as an innkeeper at this lovely pub set in the picturesque village of Sutton Cheney.
With Hercules keeping a watchful eye over affairs, guests are assured of tasty food and tip-top tipples when they stop by. Hercules Revived retains the values of a proper English pub and boasts views of the meadow and Saint James church next door, allowing diners to forget the outside world for a while.
Head chef Glyn Windross and his keen team place emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients and have carefully picked a handful of local producers to supply the restaurant with meat, fish, vegetables and delicious cheese.
The Woodshed is the brand-new outdoor dining area, where you can sit and chow down on wood-fired pizza during spring and summer. Every Monday night from 6pm, you can order a takeaway pizza and add a glass of Prosecco for extra pizzazz.
We need top-notch writers to help us out across a broad spectrum of creative projects that includes printed guides, our blog and a number of exciting websites. Drop us a line at writers foodanddrinkguides. The Manor House is located at the edge of the charming village of Quorn, in the heart of the beautiful Charnwood countryside.
This popular country pub with well-appointed guest rooms is renowned for its excellent service, food and drink. The bar is vibrant, serving a diverse range of local ale and 30 different wines by the glass, and the adjoining restaurant provides a welcome oasis for weary walkers after making their way around the Beacon Hills, Bradgate Park and the Great Central Railway.
Why not make a night of it and stay in the converted barn? Mon-Fri 7am-9am, noon-9pm; Sat 8. An independent restaurant serving light bites, lunch and dinner prepared from only the best fresh and seasonal produce.
The menu includes steaks, salads, seafood and a selection of fine wines. Its relaxed atmosphere is perfect for all occasions, especially those in want of a little romance.
A cosy Italian restaurant that puts a local touch to its menu. A restaurant with inspiring Italian dishes. It doubles up as a beautiful deli where you can pick up jars of antipasti and freshly baked meringues. Gorgeous gourmet burgers for those who like their patties big, juicy and with a side of moreish fries.
Curl up with a warm, nourishing Pho or try all sorts of delicious noodle and rice dishes. But be sure to leave room for a rich Vietnamese coffee. Dedicated to bringing the wonderful flavours, feeling and Caribbean way of life to the UK. The Japanese-inspired sensation combining fresh and nutritious food with friendly service and value for money. Quiet and picturesque, this delightful gastropub is nonetheless highly accessible, situated just three miles from Market Harborough.
The Swan is an attractive venue, combining the charm of an old building with an air of sophisticated comfort. There is also a large and tastefully furnished garden, which is the perfect spot to meet friends for a drink in nice weather. The pork, caramelised apple and wild mushroom terrine comes highly recommend and is accompanied by grilled brioche and rhubarb confit.
Perhaps you could follow this up with the fillet of beef with a delectable wild mushroom and Parmesan fricassee. The rhubarb and orange posset is a delightfully tangy note to finish on, and is served with vanilla shortbread and strawberry ice cream.
The raspberry Bakewell with white chocolate sorbet is equally lauded — those with a sweet-tooth have plenty to choose from. Whatever you choose, the team will be able to offer a glass of something to complement the dish from the varied wine list. Tues-Thurs noon-3pm, 6pmpm; Fri noon-3pm, 5. The team wants all their visitors to have a relaxed, enjoyable dining experience from the moment they walk through the door.
The team at The Swan is adept at making the most of the fresh local produce Braybrooke has to offer. They have close ties with local farms and suppliers, which gives them access to delicious, seasonal produce, high-quality meats and sustainably sourced fish. The Swan is a versatile spot, and visitors are equally welcome to drop by for a quiet drink or a three-course meal. If you wish to hold an event here the team will happily tailor the menu to suit your tastes and requirements.
The beautiful surroundings and friendly staff make The Swan a popular spot for weddings, parties and even conferences. Please search for The Swan, Braybrooke on Facebook for more details. Thanks to its picturesque setting in rural Leicestershire and its reputation for superb food, this eatery draws in discerning diners from both nearby and further afield.
The relaxed bar area, with its wood-burning stove, was the perfect setting for my aperitif. Moving through to the cosy restaurant, I enjoyed a sensational starter of blackened mackerel with pickled cucumber salad, beetroot Carpaccio and fresh horseradish.
Other offerings such as the signature pizzas — stone-baked in a traditional pizza oven — and Sunday lunch prove very popular. We produce eating out guides for over 26 regions in the UK Head to our website to request a free copy. The staff at Greenside Restaurant pride themselves on the delicious reasonably priced food they serve within comfortable, friendly surrounds. Whether you need to fuel up with breakfast ahead of an important game, a snack to keep hunger at bay, or a three-course meal to celebrate a special occasion, Greenside Restaurant has it covered.
Breakfast options include a sausage and egg cob, the famous Hole In One breakfast accompanied by a fresh cup of tea or coffee, and poached eggs on toast. Freshly filled baguettes, panini and toasted sandwiches are popular lunch choices — we recommend you try the Scraptoft club sandwich. On sunny days, head to the patio and watch those all-important putts at the 18th hole, or watch the latest game on Sky Sports indoors.
At the end of the week, tuck into a delicious roast served with all the usual trimmings and an array of vegetables from the Sunday carvery. The clubhouse can be hired for private parties, including weddings, and all functions can be catered for. Firebug opened in ; since then its chilled, laid-back vibe has won praise from the varied clientele who come to enjoy all that this lovely spot has to offer.
The menu caters for all tastes and budgets — vegans, vegetarians, gluten-free diners and meat-eaters are amply catered for. Having served up veggie and vegan dishes for over ten years, the menu pays close attention to plant-based meals and features over 15 vegan items. Enjoy a glass of something while you dine — the drinks options are vast. Come cocktail hour, Firebug is transformed into a hub of music and dancing, and often hosts comedy and club nights. The upstairs function room is equipped to host private parties for up to people.
Whenever you stop by, Firebug is a great shout. This is the beating heart of Uppingham, and was filled to the rafters on our weeknight visit, abuzz with excited chatter and free-flowing wine.
The extensive menu offers a selection of comforting favourites, including locally sourced steaks, hearty burgers and a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free Open: We started with the perfectly executed scallop linguine with bacon and Sun 9am Mon-Fri My main course was a succulent and satisfying shoulder of lamb, mouth-wateringly 9amam, noon-3pm, tender and served with heavenly honey-roast parsnips.
For dessert, we delved into a 6pm Manager Benoit currently holds a French night, offering two delicious courses followed by a subtitled film in the classy private dining room upstairs. Exceptional quality and friendly, welcoming service are first and foremost when dining at Greetham Valley. Delicious, seasonal menus offer a wide range of choice to suit all tastes. You might start with the fragrant peppered smoked mackerel with celery and apple salad and toasted brioche, followed by roasted herbed lamb rump, minted mash potato, cauliflower fritters and redcurrant jus.
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