Lincoln restaurants

Top Choice British in Lincoln

Bronze Pig

BBC MasterChef finalist Irishman Eamonn Hunt and Sicilian chef Pompeo Siracusa have taken Lincoln's dining scene by storm since opening the Bronze Pig. Their exceptional Modern British cooking has an Italian accent …
European in Lincoln


Local, seasonal produce at this sophisticated restaurant in the Castle Hotel stars in in seasonal menus that might feature dishes like a twice-baked soufflé with Old Winchester cheese, hazelnuts, leeks and prunes. T…
Cafe in Lincoln

Stokes High Bridge Café

A Lincoln landmark, this soaring 1540-built black-and-white Tudor building is England's only one atop a medieval bridge (1160). Within its preserved half-timbered interior, 1892-established, family-run roastery Stok…
Pub Food in Lincoln

Wig & Mitre

Civilised pub-restaurant the Wig & Mitre has an excellent menu yet retains the ambience of a friendly local. Food is served throughout the day, from morning fry-ups to genteel afternoon teas and filling evening …
Cheese in Lincoln

Cheese Society

Not only does this light, bright place stock over 90 mostly British cheeses, it also serves them at its 12-seat cafe. Try its elaborate cheese boards or dishes such as twice-baked Dorset Blue Vinney soufflé or Wensl…
Italian in Lincoln

La Bottega Delitalia

Authentic Italian dishes such as lobster ravioli in creamy tomato and basil sauce are made from scratch at this inexpensive cafe-deli-bistro. Hot dishes are also available to take away; of an evening, you can BYO wi…
European in Lincoln

Jews House

This local favourite serves gourmet fare (roast wood pigeon, truffle custard and bacon foam; baked lemon sole with scallop mousse) in one of England's oldest houses, the 1160-built Romanesque Jews House.
British in Lincoln

Old Bakery

Appropriately, the menu at the Old Bakery includes home-baked bread, alongside unlikely flavour combinations, such as broccoli soup with cherry gel and roasted peanuts. It also has three quaint guest rooms upstairs …
Pies in Lincoln

Brown's Pie Shop

Hearty 'pot pies' (no pastry bottoms) at this long-established, quintessentially British restaurant are stuffed with locally sourced beef, rabbit and game. Pies aside, traditional dishes include Lincolnshire sausage…