The Lytton Arms

The Lytton Arms


0.5 miles
Park Lane, Knebworth, SG3 6QB
The Lytton Arms sits at the heart of the idyllic village of Old Knebworth, and has been a pub since 1877. James Price took over as proprietor in 2009, and is passionate about quality ales and top-notch contemporary British cuisine. His enthusiasm for great food and drink has made The Lytton Arms a must-visit for both discerning gastronomes and ale enthusiasts alike, and has earned the pub a much-deserved entry in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.

The tempting menu features classic British fare with an international twist. I had the moules marinières to start - a generous portion of succulent mussels dripping in a flavoursome white wine sauce - while my partner devoured the finest Somerset goat's cheese tartlet with tangy beetroot purée and rosemary dressing. These starters set the bar high, and our mains more than reached it; I couldn't get enough of my rich rib-eye steak with triple-fried chunky chips, homemade onion rings, tomatoes and mushrooms. My partner was equally satisfied with his melt-in-the-mouth liver and bacon accompanied by creamy mash, honey-glazed carrots and smooth sage gravy. For dessert, we opted for hearty apple and strawberry crumble and traditional Eton Mess. The Lytton Arms offers inventive fare, an impressive ale selection, a spacious beer garden and excellent regular live music - all in all, the perfect village pub.
+2The Lytton Arms
Open: Mon- Thurs noon-11pm; Fri & Sat noon-12.30am; Sun noon-10.30pm

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