Lincoln really does have it all; fusing the modern and the traditional, contemporary and historical, offering the best of both worlds to the residents, students and tourists that flock to area on a daily basis. It is not only an exciting place to live and visit but also to dine and we’re not the first to say that Lincoln and Lincolnshire know a thing or two about fine dining.
Fine dining restaurants offer the epitome of service standards, cuisine and surroundings. Experiences can range from traditional fine dining complete with chandeliers and antiques to contemporary fine dining with bold colours and experimental menus. Whichever experience suits your occasion, you can rest assured that the service, atmosphere and food will be impeccable.
The type of cuisine on offer at a fine dining restaurant will always be very different to your typical bistro or restaurant. Fine dining is about experimental menus and allowing the chefs personalities and skills to shine through in their food. The combination of top notch food and faultless service is the reason that many people choose fine dining restaurants for celebrating their special occasions and events.
Now that you’ve had a chance to browse our guide to fine dining in Lincolnshire all that’s left to do is book! You can do this two ways; either book online for free with Go dine or call the restaurant direct on the number at the top of their profile. Don’t forget to log back in once you’ve dined and leave a review so you can let others know what you thought of your experience as well as earning reward points that add up to a free meal at any one of the participating restaurants in Lincoln.
Like what you’ve seen so far but prefer a more casual dining experience? There are hundreds of restaurants in Lincoln as well as Lincolnshire just waiting to be discovered by you, simply browse our city centre restaurants pages to get an idea of what this historical city has to offer!
Did you know? In France, Silver Service is called ‘Service à l’Anglaise’ which translates as ‘English Service’.