The top restaurants in Market Harborough

We have shortlisted a variety of the best restaurants located in Market Harborough. We have Michelin star restaurants through to traditional friendly pubs with mouthwatering menus.

A short drive toward Mountsorrel is a family-run petting farm, shop, cafe, and restaurant called John's House Restaurant based at Stonehurst Farm.

The one-star Michelin restaurant may have the shortest journey from field to fork with everything from herbs, vegetables, and meat sourced from their farm and surrounding fields. The quality of the food is superb and quite rightly award-winning with an a la carte menu through to 7-course tasting menus. 

For those looking for a taste of Italy on their doorstep then Sapori is a fabulous choice with Sapori meaning flavour in Italian. The restaurant is owned by a native Italian family with recipes from their hometown featured on the menus, they have also featured in several magazines and 

Another popular choice for locals is The George Great Oxendon which is another traditional British pub located a short drive from Market Harborough. The venue caters to traditional taste pubs with Sunday roast through to vegan-friendly menus and delicious afternoon teas.

For those who enjoy some more spice in their meals then Everest Lounge should be on the top of your list to visit. The Indian restaurant is highly recommended by those with homes in Market Harborough and they can become very busy. They can also cater to vegetarian and vegan diets so simply ask one of their friendly members of staff.

Dim Sum Master has over 180 five-star reviews recommending their delicious vegetarian dim sum dishes. The restaurant can become very busy and often sells out of their special spring rolls as they are so popular with customers. 

If you are after a lighter meal during the day after enjoying the local shops, a lovely little spot is Milos. It is tucked down a little alleyway so make sure you keep your eye out for this welcoming cafe. They serve tasty homemade cakes, sandwiches, and meals throughout the day with a sizable courtyard with tables and chairs to enjoy during the summer months (although it is open all year if you’re brave and enjoy the cold!) Milos also caters to vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free diets and are happy to amend ingredients where possible. 

Farndon Fields Kitchen is another great choice. The kitchen is located within the Farndon Farm with their ingredients being grown just metres away from the kitchen. The kitchen operates a breakfast and lunch service with afternoon tea offered too. Their menu caters to both vegan and vegetarian diets and provides details of which items you can then purchase in the shop afterward!

If you are licking your lips at the previously mentioned restaurants and want to enjoy something sweet.

Gallones Ice Cream Parlour is very popular within the area with people travelling from surrounding areas of Dingley, Braybrook, and Great Browden to enjoy their waffles, pancakes with over 50 ice cream flavours to choose from, you will not be disappointed.