Great news for country pub lovers, The Langton Arms in the small village of Church Langton, on the way to Market Harborough, is reopening this week. The pub has been shut for some time but has now been given a new lease of life by Leicestershire’s Little Britain Pubs and is looking fabulous.

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More than just a village pub, The Langton Arms will offer extensive dining options. The daytime menu offers great choices from rare roast 35 day aged steak ciabatta with mushroom and stilton sauce to pan fried scallops with cauliflower couscous.

The main and evening menus look just as impressive with slow roasted pork belly & dauphinoise potatoes, pan fried stone bass or the 14oz Chateaubriand steak for 2 to share. Or if you’re after something more classic options include mussels, pie of the week and scampi.

There’s a commitment to top quality suppliers with the pub’s meat coming from Ray Camplejohn of Syston, locally sourced vegetables from the Veg Factor based in Barrow upon Soar, cheese from the Melton Cheese Board, coffee from 200 degrees (with outlets in Nottingham and Leicester), bread from local Market Harborough bakery, Emerson & Wests and, of course, beers from The Langton Brewery

The Langton Arms staff on their soft launch (photo via Facebook)

They offer an equally good kids menu and with a cost effective set menu, steak night, pie night and more, we’re looking forward to trying it out! Plus given its location obviously its very friendly for muddy boots and wet paws!

The Langton Arms is part of Little Britain Pubs who also run The Crown at Old Dalby, The Curzon Arms at Woodhouse Eaves, The Windmill at Wymeswold and The Blue Bell at Rothley.

The Langton Arms is based on Main Street, Church Langton, and opens on Friday 16 March. Visit The Langton Arms website for more info.

The former Langton Arms before redevelopment