Lincoln may be most famous for its magnificent Cathedral but every part of the city has a history and identity of its own. In fact, Lincoln can be divided and organised into 108 different ‘Character Areas’ which range from the shopping mecca that winds itself round the High Street, to the stunning Castle which was well-established by the 12th century yet reflects over 2000 years of socio-political history within its walls and the surrounding buildings.
With so many things to see and do in the area it comes as no surprise that there is also a wealth of fantastic restaurants in Lincoln. As each area has a distinctive character you will also find that each of the restaurants offer a unique dining experience. From fine-dining restaurant The Old Bakery, which is nestled within the Victorian Burton Road area, to Chimichanga in the lively commercial and leisure district of Brayford there is a Lincoln restaurant to suit every occasions, budget and taste – which is where Go dine comes in.
On this page you will find a selection of the best restaurants in Lincoln. Complete with photos, menus, real diner reviews and special offers finding a restaurant in Lincoln has never been easier. Once you’ve found a restaurant you like the look of you can book online for free or call the venue direct on the number at the top of their profile.
With cuisines ranging from Mexican to classic British and Thai to Italian, if you’re dining in Lincoln you really will be spoiled for choice! To help narrow down your options why not use our handy guide to restaurants in Lincoln city centre or Grantham which offers you the most comprehensive guide to restaurants in those areas and beyond.
Did you know? The 12th century "Jew's house" in Lincoln, built by a wealthy merchant called Aaron, is said to be the oldest inhabited dwelling in Britain.