Great Food Club meal at The King’s Arms at Wing

On Thursday April 27, 2017, we’re teaming up with The King’s Arms in Wing, Rutland, to put on a special evening of unique local food. We’d love you to join us!

King’s Arms chef-patron James Goss loves to source locally from the fields and rivers (and reservoir!) of Rutland. He also runs Jimmy’s Rutland Smokehouse, drawing on the knowledge he gained while working as a chef in the Alps and in Denmark.

This Great Food Club / King’s Arms meal will showcase some of the most delicious products of Jimmy’s Rutland Smokehouse. You can see the full five-course menu below. Book on 01572 737634.

Price: £38 per person or £60 with matching flight of wines.

For those who wish to stay over in one of the King’s Arms rooms after the meal, a special deal is available for GFC members. Please enquire when booking.

Thursday April 27, 2017  – arrive around 6.30pm, sit down to eat at 7.30pm

The King’s Arms, Wing, Rutland

Great Food Club & Jimmy’s Rutland Smokehouse at The King’s Arms present… Treats from the Country Kitchen


A Fish Taster
Rutland Trout, Hot Smoked Celeriac Remoulade Toasts
Soused Herrings, Danish Sweet Curry Salad, & Apple
Horseradish Scrambled Egg, Rosti, Sunblush Cherry Tomatoes & Eel
A Mousse of Jane & Alan Hewson’s Colwick Cheese in a Vintage Lincolnshire Poacher Basket, Pickled Beetroot, Puree & Watercress

A Warmer
Split Pea & Pancetta Cured Ham Hock Soup

Smokehouse Meat Platters
 A selection of the houses cured meats to include
Lomo, Coppa, Goose/Duck Bresoala, Beef Bresoala, Pancetta, Selection of Salamis, Air Dried Mutton, Jerky
Served with Pickled Vegetables and Fresh Olive & Chilli Brioche

Hot Farm & Field
Cold Smoked Game Bird Breast, Black Pudding, Pancetta Crisps,
Wild Garlic Potato Puree
Smoked Wing Guinea Fowl, Black Pudding, Pancetta Crisps,
Wild Garlic Potato Puree

Spring Garden Treat
Gooseberry Ice Cream, Ginger Nut Tuile & Compote

Cost £38 per person or £60 with matching flight of wines
Book on 01572 737634.

The author:

Matt lives in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. He is passionate about the independent food & drink sector and founded Great Food Club in 2010 after being inspired by local producers near his home town.