Lincoln is a rich and diverse city that is renowned for its heritage and student culture. Informally divided into two halves, uphill and downhill, there is much to see and do in this fascinating city. The uphill part of Lincoln is most notably connected with the cities past and is home to the cathedral, Lincoln Castle and the Medieval Bishop’s Palace. The aptly named ‘Steep Hill,’ which is too steep for and vehicles to use, connects the two halves of Lincoln and makes for a good workout before settling down to a meal at any one of Lincoln’s fine restaurants.
Home to the University of Lincoln, the Theatre Royal and a wealth of shopping centres, dining in the city centre has never been more convenient or exciting. With restaurants boasting AA rosettes and Michelin listings to quaint cafes and family-run bistros there is something to suit every taste, budget and occasion in Lincoln city centre.
With so many dining options to choose from, it can be difficult to find places to eat in Lincoln, but Go dine are here to help. With our index of restaurants in Lincoln city centre you can find, book and save on your favourite restaurants, or even discover a new one. You can browse menus and photos and read real diner reviews about their experiences at each venue. Once you have discovered a restaurant you like, just book online for free and we’ll do the rest.
With cuisines ranging from Thai to French, why not explore what the city centre has to offer? If you’d like to go further afield, our other Lincolnshire pages offer you the best restaurants in Grantham, Skegness and Boston, to name a few.
Did you know? Lincoln Cathedral was once the tallest building in the world! In 1311, its lead and wood spire reached a total height of 525 feet making it the tallest building in the world.