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Hercules Revived Sutton Cheney is an honest English country inn set in the picturesque Leicestershire countryside. Housed in the building of an old 17th century inn, Hercules Revived was, quite literally, revived in 2012 when a team of heritage workers and craftsmen joined forces to bring the inn back to its original glory. Situated on Main Street right in the town centre, Hercules Revived is now a wonderfully relaxed bar complete with dining room and open fires on the ground floor and an elegant restaurant serving European and British dishes on the first floor. No matter the occasion, a reservation at this delightful spot is always a good idea.
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Good quality food served by friendly staff And a fast service
One of the best Sunday dinners we have had for ages
We had a lovely evening...food & service excellent... the Coronavirus wasn’t going to keep us away...thank you again for a lovely evening 😁
The kitchen at Hercules Revived is run by Head Chef Glyn Windross and his skilled team who whip up some of the best British and European fare in Sutton Cheney, and further afield. The food on offer at Hercules Revived is made using only the finest, freshest seasonal ingredients. Using a whole host of local producers who provide the kitchen with everything from local cheeses to meat, fish and vegetables, this Main Street restaurant certainly ain’t messing around! Local truly means local at Hercules Revived right in Sutton Cheney town centre.
Traditional European dishes and authentic British recipes mean you’re in for a real treat when dining at Hercules Revived. If you close your eyes while enjoying a flavourful mouthful of food, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’re in a real English country inn hundreds of years ago. The menu at this town centre spot offers such a wide range of choice that you can choose to fill up on hearty pub grub or opt for a lighter, more refreshing meal depending on how hungry you’re feeling. Perhaps you fancy eating a woodfired pizza from The Woolshed on the patio? Alternatively, maybe you’re in the mood for some pan-fried sea bass with king prawns, asparagus, crushed new potatoes and tomato salsa? Regardless of what you order, we can guarantee it will be a delicious time so get involved immediately!