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The 5 Best Restaurants in Lincoln

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The Swan Holme, Lincoln

    Pizzeria

    The Swan Holme

    Doddington Road, LN6 3RX, Lincoln

    9.0 / 10
    169 reviews

    Average price £25

    Me and the wife had a good night, we will be back

    Harvester - The Brayford Wharf, Lincoln

      British

      Brayford Wharf North, LN1 1YW, Lincoln

      8.4 / 10
      42 reviews

      Average price £20

      Really enjoyed our evening at the Harvester last night...

      Cognito, Lincoln
      On A Budget

        Japanese

        10 Park Street, LN1 1UF, Lincoln

        8.7 / 10
        16 reviews

        Average price £30

        Nice selection of food and drinks for everyone

        Franco Manca Lincoln, Lincoln

          Pizzeria

          294 High Street, LN2 1AH, Lincoln

          Average price £30

          Toby Carvery - Lincoln, Lincoln

            British

            11 St Marks Street, LN5 7BA, Lincoln

            7.6 / 10
            39 reviews

            Average price £20

            We visited Lincoln in and we were in and out very quickly

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            Frequently Asked Questions

            Lovely Lincoln is a small city that’s huge on history. It’s also possessed of a huge medieval cathedral, which looms large over the rest of town. A stroll around Lincoln to really take everything in is vital, but the city is unusually hilly. After your trek, you’ll need to check out one of the many great restaurants in Lincoln.Fortunately, there’s a strong selection here, and Lincoln restaurants include a generous helping of creative gastronomic destinations.

            Local and global flavours all get a look-in, but if you want to keep it local, best head on over to The Cheese Society. A haven for fromage fanatics, the menu is deliciously cheese-heavy, with baked Camembert and cheese pates. Those less cheese-inclined can opt for one of the menu’s non-dairy options, too.

            For rather special fine dining, head to the Tower Hotel’s restaurant, which boasts an eclectic British menu filled with continental influences. The Tower’s elegant English afternoon teas offer a fine tribute to this great British tradition.

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