Tucked away on the beautiful Hambleton Peninsula, The Finch’s Arms is a traditional inn with a modern touch, serving homely British cuisine with some international influences, as well as hand-pulled cask ales and other premium drinks. With stunning views across Rutland Water Nature Reserve, this cosy restaurant and pub on Oakham Road is full of rural English charm. A popular choice among both intrepid Leicester locals and tourists alike, make an advance reservation at The Finch’s Arms, close to the town of Oakham, to grab one of the best tables.
Combining traditional features like wood-beam ceilings and stone tiles with modern decor, The Finch’s Arms on Oakham’s Hambleton Peninsula in the Leicester area is the perfect setting for relaxing and dining on some hearty cuisine after a day spent exploring its surrounding countryside. Priding themselves on creating each dish with the freshest, locally-sourced produce, The Finch’s Arms menu changes daily to make the best use of seasonal ingredients. You can expect to find classic British dishes though, as well as some international ones like chicken and chorizo terrine wrapped in parma ham, seared fillet of beef with wasabi dressing, and moules marinière with crusty bread for starters.
Some main course dishes o offer at The Finch’s Arms include local partridge breast with blacksticks blue salad and sauteed potatoes, and the grilled fillet of cod with smoked bacon, creamed peas and fondant potato. Vegetarians are well catered for too with options like pan-fried halloumi with saffron shallots and tomato salsa. With its beautiful location tucked away on the Hambleton Peninsula down Oakham Road, The Finch’s Arms attracts both locals and visitors to the Leicester area looking to indulge in the quality food, drink and views.
Marvellous little place, found completely by chance whilst in the area and fancied a spot of lunch - high end food, not the cheapest, but great nevertheless - would recommend to anyone.
The food was excellent, the service good even though the restaurant was busy. We dine at the Finch's on a regular basis and are never disappointed with the food and value.
Had a lovely evening meal on Thursday evening. There was a good variety to choose from on the menu, the food was beautifully cooked and the service was efficient. Have already booked for dinner with relatives for July.