Visit the Hathern area and dine like a King!
Although the nearby town of Hathern might not be considered a gastronomical hotspot, the surrounding areas are studded with well-respected pubs and fine dining restaurants that offer everything from family-style Italian classics to truly modern tasting menus.
It’s all about locally sourced food in our neck of the woods, with many restaurants pioneering a farm to table policy that gives the customer the satisfaction of knowing their food made as short a trip as possible to get to their plate.
Before you think about stopping here in Hathern, why not take a look at our list of the finest restaurants in the area and see if you can book a table before you get here:
Hammer & Pincers, Wymeswold
Wymeswold is the setting for forward thinking family-run fine dining restaurant, Hammer and Pincers. The restaurant has maintained their 2 Rosette standard for a number of years now and are frequently featured in the Michelin Guide.
The team at Hammer & Pincers offers a number of menus that cater to different budgets. A traditional a la carte menu main costs anywhere from £18 to £25, whilst their much raved about Sunday Lunch comes to a reasonable £27 for three courses.
Whilst a bit of a drive from Hathern, it’s well worth factoring a trip to this gem of a restaurant whilst you’re here.
John’s House Restaurant, Mountsorrel
Only two restaurant hold a Michelin star in Leicestershire and one of those is John’s House Restaurant. After growing up in rural Leicestershire, head chef John Duffin left his home to work in some of the most recognised restaurants in London.
The experience John picked up in Michelin-star restaurants such as Agnar Sverrisson’s Texture and Marcus Wareing’s The Berkeley was key in developing his unique style: modern cooking which puts the produce front and centre in every dish. He received his Michelin-star within a year of opening his doors in 2014 and has retained it ever since.
To fully appreciate the diversity of his menu opt for the tasting menu with wine tasting – it might set you back £115 per person, but it’ll be worth it!
The White Horse, Quorn
Whilst this pub might no be under consideration from The Michelin Guide or the AA, it offers a truly relaxed alternative for diners looking for a less stuffy approach to their food.
During the summer you can choose to dine inside or eat outside on the piazza, where you can order from an expansive menu that runs the gamut of pub classics: burgers, pizzas, pies and steaks. Of course, there’s nothing quite like a warming pub meal during the midst of winter and you’ll be able to find plenty of local ales here to wash it down with!
A main will cost you around £10-15 here, but you can also take advantage of great daily deals as well – make sure to check when you get there.
It might be a surprise to discover a truly authentic Italian restaurant so close to Hathern, but that’s what you’ll find if you step inside family-run Caravelli in Loughborough.
Opening its doors in 2010, Caravelli operates within the confines of The Old Manor a building that partially dates back as far as the fourteenth century – it’s considered to be one of the oldest buildings in Loughborough. Many of the original features are still present including a recently discovered fireplace which was damaged due to an infestation of knotweed. (Kindly clear up by KnotweedHelp.com)
On the menu you’ll find everything you’d expect from an authentic Italian restaurant: quality home-made pasta, fresh tasting fish and some truly divine desserts.