The Rutland & Derby Arms, Pubs - Eating and Drinking in Leicester

The Rutland & Derby


The Rutland & Derby


The Rutland & Derby is well known as the place to eat, drink and be merry in Leicester. Located just off the beaten track on Millstone Lane, the Rutland & Derby is within close walking distance to the Cathedral, King Richard III Visitor Centre and Highcross shopping centre.

The vibrant city pub has an extensive range of cask ales and ciders, continental lagers and craft brews. But that’s not all they have to offer: the bar staff mix up some of the best original cocktails in the city using artisans spirits, and can offer a variety of wines you won’t be able to find in your local supermarket. Not to be missed is the spacious garden complete with roof terrace, where many Leicester locals will be found soaking up long summer evenings.

The chefs at the Rutland & Derby have built a reputation for serving delicious pub food using the very best, locally sourced ingredients. Their commitment to using seasonal British produce with high ethical welfare has seen them earn accreditation from assured food standards.

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21 Millstone Lane, Leicester, LE1 5JN

Tel: +44 (0)116 2623299


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