The Reform Restaurant – Relaxed Fine Dining in Lincoln

This award winning restaurant fits perfectly within the setting of the historic Castle Hotel in Lincoln city centre. The grade II listed building has been a feature of the city since the 1800s and is ingrained with style and character. Expertly refurbished in 2010 it retains every inch of its pedigree whilst providing a cutting edge hospitality environment.

Ranking high amongst the many fine places to eat in this beautiful city, The Reform offers excellent food in an elegant yet modern setting whilst remaining competitively priced. The large airy dining room strikes a perfect balance between formal and relaxed. Light streams through the windows creating a tranquil space yet the pristine linen with its immaculate glass and silverware is a firm reminder that you are here to enjoy an exceptional meal.

Choose from a selection of well crafted menus that read like a dream. Each offers a balanced array of dishes that have been designed to reflect the seasons and showcase the best produce that Lincolnshire has to offer. The bar menu is everything a good bar menu should be; simple and informal yet bearing the elegance that seems to be the trademark of The Reform. Potted Rabbit with Damson Chutney and Brioche Toast is in keeping with the Modern British style of the a la carte menu, whilst a selection of sandwiches with hand cut chips keeps its feet firmly on the ground. The reasonably priced set lunch menu offers a choice of excellent dishes and the a la carte is expansive without being overwhelming. Rounded off with an impressive dessert list, these menus will have you coming back for more.

Open every day for lunch and dinner, with extending opening over the weekend, The Reform stands out amongst the many good eateries in the fine city of Lincoln.

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