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Discover Rutland and taste the good life!
Rutland is proud of its farming and agricultural background and it is thanks to this strong tradition of supporting local produce that there is an excellent selection of quality food and drink available now, not only when eating out but also with local businesses producing delicious fare to enjoy in your own home.
Michelin inspectors are repeatedly impressed with the quality food offer here, with six hostelries making it in their ‘Eating Out In Pubs’ guide for 2017. Topping the class as the inspectors’ choice in the East Midlands are the Olive Branch at Clipsham and the Marquess of Exeter in Lyddington, closely followed by The Wheatsheaf at Greetham, Finches Arms at Hambleton, Old White Hart at Lyddington and the Jackson Stops Inn at Stretton.
Hambleton Hall have held a Michelin Star since 1982 and have appeared in The Good Food Guide's Top 50 best UK restaurants since it opened in 1980, it is also renowned for a quality wine list, luxury accommodation and an award winning bakery, not to mention outstanding hospitality - come and see what all the fuss is about on your next visit.
Did you know, Rutland is very proud to not offer a KFC, McDonalds or Burger King anywhere in the whole county!
Visit the Orangery Restuarant for morning coffee, light bites and afternoon teas.