• £150 - 1 Nights Stay for 2 with Dinner and Breakfast

    Fancy a midweek treat? From only £150.00 per room, per night two people can enjoy a nights stay in the 400 year old Coaching Inn with included three course evening meal from the A La Carte menu of the AA Double Rosette Restaurant. Then the next morning enjoy a hearty breakfast also included in the offer. This offer is only valid on Tuesday's, Wednesday's and Thursday's each week. To claim this offer it is best to call the restaurant directly, as Go dine does not have access to accommodation bookings. Customers using the online booking system must be aware that they may be required to contact the restaurant directly themselves to pay a deposit and ultimately confirm their booking. Book online for free text confirmation or call 01572 910 352.

Review Summary

9 based on 6 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    The food was first class as per usual and our choice of wine complemented the meal and was good. Service was generally good but we were left waiting in the bar area for a good 15 minutes before being ushered to our table at the rear of the bar area instead of in the restaurant. We had hoped for a table in the restaurant so were slightly disappointed with the table allocation particularly as the bar was busy and noisy. Being ushered to table on arrival would have been preferable to being forced to wait in the bar.

    Lovely lunch at the King's Arms and the service felt very personal. Food was very tasty, well cooked and attractively presented. If I'm in the area again will definitely go back!

    Stayed at the Kings Arm Inn for the weekend and found it to be a delightful venue! The food was brilliant and came in extremely generous portions. Staff were helpful and friendly. I will definitely return!

    Think this will be my new favourite place to eat. The food is delicious, the service was really friendly and we loved sitting by the fire after our meal with a drink. Definitely recommend a visit, even if you aren't from the area!

    Nice warm welcome. Lovely traditional pub with restarant area. Excellent prompt service. Could not fault food or presentation. Looking forward to returning.

    Despite having 2 AA rosettes, the restaurant wasn't as full as we expected and still can't understand why. The meal was top notch and is set in a lovely quaint old inn. Decided to go for the fillet and is was as soft as I had imagined, wonderfully cooked. My partner had the lemon sole and she enjoyed that thoroguhly. All in all a lovely way to spend an evening and still cant quite work out why it wasn't heaving.

12pm-3pm and 6:30pm-11pm
12pm-3pm and 6:30pm-11pm
12pm-3pm and 6:30pm-11pm
12pm-3pm and 6:30pm-11pm
12pm-3pm and 6:30pm-11pm
12pm-4pm (last orders 2:30pm)
  • Ranked #5 of 28
  • Avg. main course: £17
  • 4.07 miles from Oakham
  • British

We say…

Situated in the idyllic village of Wing, this 17th century inn is both a cornerstone of the local community and a champion of everything to do with Rutland. Housed within the Inn is the King’s Arms, a venue that goes above and beyond its status as a pub and restaurant.

The King’s Arms is packed with charm and character with exposed brick work, beams and checked table-cloths giving a rustic, country feel to this traditional village pub. In the bar and lounge area you will find a gorgeous wooden bar stocking real ales alongside home-cooked jars of crackling and home spiced nuts as well as a good range of wines, spirits, beers and soft drinks. As well as this you will find comfortable arm chairs surrounding a log burning fireplace, perfect for enjoying a drink on a cold winter’s night. The restaurant is bright and airy with a quaint, country feel about it. Blue and white checked tables cloths, white washed walls and polished wooden floors create a comfortable, homely environment to enjoy a bite to eat at lunch or to linger over an evening meal.

Head Chef Jimmy is a culinary master who prides himself on using the venues own smokehouse and curing processes to create delicious ingredients to use in his creations. Receiving many awards, including 2 AA rosettes and Silver excellence award for “Taste of the Region”, Jimmy is focused upon the culinary experience rather than pretence of high-class dining and diners flock from all around to share this love of fine cuisine.

Adorning the wall in one of the areas in the restaurant you will find a map of Rutland and the surrounding areas where Jimmy sources all of his ingredients but it goes further than that. All meats are bought whole from suppliers including local Hambleton game and pigs, which are butchered on site. Absolutely everything from Parma ham to pepperoni, and cured legs of lamb to bread has been cooked on site; nothing is brought processed, meaning that the food on your plate is not only fresh, but is also helping to support local growers and breeders in the area. 

The menu is ever changing with the seasons but you can expect to see dishes such as Suckling Pig from Chater Valley Farm served with pancetta, shallots and apple & red cabbage, and pan-fried smoked grey legged partridge breast and crispy leg served with beetroot puree, black pudding, pancetta and apple.

If you are looking for spectacular food and a rustic atmosphere, The King’s Arms at Wing in Rutland, is the venue for you.

last updated: 03 May 2017

last updated: 03 May 2017

last updated: 03 May 2017

last updated: 03 May 2017
13 Top Street, Wing, Rutland, LE15 8SE
01572 910 352