Review Summary

9 based on 1 reviews
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    Visiting the crown and plough, we enjoyed a lovely pub lunch from of the blackboard. I had the belly of pork, which was cooked perfectly, with a delectable apple cider sauce. Also enjoyed a raspberry crème brulle which finished the meal of nicely. All in all a very positive experience.

Mon:
5pm-11pm (last orders 9:30pm)
Tue:
5pm-11pm (last orders 9:30pm)
Wed:
5pm-11pm (last orders 9:30pm)
Thu:
12pm-3pm and 5pm-11pm
Fri:
12pm-3pm and 5pm-11pm
Sat:
12pm-3pm and 5pm-11pm
Sun:
12pm-4pm (last orders 3pm)
  • Ranked #56 of 192
  • Avg. main course: £10
  • 0.43 miles from Long Clawson
  • British

We say…

Aspire Magazine’s Pub of the Year 2009, The Crown and Plough, is only a short drive from the stunning Belvoir Castle in Long Clawson. This restaurant and public house is a 20 minute drive from Nottingham and Oakham and just 5 minutes from Rutland Water. Serving fantastic British cuisine in idyllic countryside surroundings, it is the ideal place to visit when in search of a lazy lunch or a special evening.

On the menu you will find fantastic seasonal and fresh produce that is locally sourced from the surrounding areas, ensuring diners a wonderful meal. From classic Ploughman’s including Stilton and Cheddar, the famous Melton Mowbray Pork Pie through to evening classics like Belly of Pork served with fondant potatoes, fine green beans and apple cider sauce The Crown and Plough is a classic British affair.

The rustic log fire invites diner to stay after their meal and enjoy an aperitif and draws in those looking for a cosy place to spend a couple of hours. Whatever your plans are the Crown and Plough is the ideal venue to start the day or finish an evening.

Providing customer car parking and friendly and welcoming staff, family group bookings or romantic meals for two in the ample bar area make booking a table a must, particularly on Friday and Saturday evenings.

3 East End, Long Clawson, LE14 4NG
01664 822 322