Local Lincolnshire Restaurants

The Lincolnshire restaurants and dining out guide … from a la carte to traditional Lincolnshire sausages for hungry riders in lincolnshire.

Here you will find details of local Lincolnshire restaurants, take away food and much more.

Lincolnshire Restaurants offer every type of cuisine from traditional English food to the more exotic.

Either from top rated culinary experts or from simple take away food outlets.

Enjoy freshly cooked dishes, made from tender locally grown pork or succulent fillet steak from locally reared Lincolnshire red beef.

Lincolnshire offers the following restaurants for your gastronomic pleasure.

The Angel and Royal

The Angel & Royal Hotel – 01476 565816

High Street Grantham Lincolnshire NG31 6PN

Complete refurbishment of the Angel & Royal including a fine dining restaurant and a lavish modern bistro dining area, rewards customers with growing popularity and an excellent range of dishes.

The Wig and Mitre

The Wig and Mitre – Tel: 01522 535190

30-32 Steep Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN2 1TL

Between Lincoln castle and the cathedral; drop in for breakfast or a sandwich, try out the daytime set menu (served from noon to 6.00pm) or simply call in for a drink. It’s what the owners call ‘food in perpetual motion’

The Farmers Arms in Welton

The Farmers Arms – 01673 885671

Market Rasen Road, Welton Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN2 3RD

An oasis on the A46 from Lincoln to Grimsby. Real home cooked food, good value for money. Top quality wines and a genuinely hospitable atmosphere. Exceptional and imaginative menus and special functions throughout the year. Home made desserts and some fine ports end an excellent meal. A superb Lincolnshire restaurant, well worth a visit.

Kenwick Park Hotel and Restaurant

Kenwick Park Hotel & Restaurant – 01507 608806

Market Square, Epworth, Lincolnshire

From delicious bar meals to irresistible a la carte and private dining, all our menus offer a tempting celebration of local and seasonal produce, complemented by fine wines in a choice of attractive surroundings with breathtaking views over the golf course and Kenwick Park Estate.

The Magpies

The Magpies – 01507 527004

71 – 75 East Street, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 6AA

A short stroll from the Horncastle town centre The Magpies is in a delightful row of terraced cottages newly painted in Magpie colours, on the main route between Lincoln and Skegness and Tennyson country. How about Oven baked Halibut with baby Spinach roasted new Potatoes and Courgette Fritters or Warm Blueberry tart with Blueberry Ripple Cream Cheese ice cream and berry sauce.

The Epworth Tap

The Epworth Tap – 01427 873333

9-11 Market Place, Epworth, Lincolnshire, DN9 1EU

Reputed to be one of the premier wine bars in Lincolnshire with customers prepared to travel a fair distance to sample what is on offer. Local Grimsby fish makes for excellent fish dishes and supporting the food is a 150-bin wine list with a wide range of mouthwatering ‘top of the range’ wines from all over the world.

The Kings Head

The Kings Head – 01205 760368

Church Road, Freiston, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 0NT

A good old fashioned local Lincolnshire pub restaurant offering friendly service and good home cooked food. Well known for its floral displays as well as its food.

The Riverside Bar and Restaurant

The Riverside Bar and Restaurant – 01406 351402

16 Bridge Rd, Sutton Bridge, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 9UA

Good local food served alongside Real Ale. A good friendly pub with live music at weekends in their underground cellar bar.

The Anchor Inn

The Anchor Inn – 01406 350302

280 Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 9SH

The Anchor serves food and caters for the whole family

The White Hart

The White Hart – 01522 751976

14 High Street, Nettleham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 2PG

A lovely village pub that serve the very best tradional British food, Batemans award-winning bitters and offer great live entertainment throughout the year

Witch and wardrobe

The Witch and Wardrobe – 01522 538114

21 Waterside, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 5DQ

They have an excellent menu with great tasting food. For the summer months enjoy a drink or 2 in their lovely beer garden and watch the river go by.

The Hume Arms

The Hume Arms – 01427 718613

Main Street, Torksey, Lincolnshire, LN1 2EE

Originally opened in the early 1900’s. At that time it was the first inn to offer superb fine dining in the area.

The Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf – 01507 606262

62 Westgate, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 9YD Tel

The Wheatsheaf is a traditional pub dating back to 1625. With coal fires in each bar and an extensive wine list. Our annual Beer n Bangers festival, always commences Monday prior to the late spring bank holiday. We have over 30 different beers through the festival and approximately 13 different sausages available with mash & onion gravy.

The Pyewipe Inn

Pyewipe Inn – 01522 528708

Saxilby Road, Lincoln LN1 2BG

First Licensed in 1778, the Inn caters for most occasions. With a lounge, bar and restaurant plus a self-contained function suite for weddings, conferences, meetings, training days or any kind of party.

The Gamekeeper

The Gamekeeper

Newark Road, South Hykeham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN6 9NH

The Gamekeeper is a Two For One pub offering high standards of food, drink and service. Good pub food is served from a Two For One menu with something to suit all tastes and ages.

The Black Horse

The Black Horse – 01427 628277

93 High Street, Blyton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire DN21 3JX

The Black Horse is a two hundred and fifty year old traditional oak beamed pub with real ales, home cooking and open fires.

The Homestead

Homestead – 01522 546400

St Johns Park, Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN4 2RS

The Homestead is a distinctive pub, situated on the outskirts of historic Lincoln, specializing in quality food and excellent beer.

Lincolnshire has a number of interesting local dishes:

Stuffed chine : This is roasted and sliced belly of pork, stuffed with a strong sage, or parsley stuffing (other ingredients are normally kept secret). Served cold, it’s considered by many in the county to be an acquired taste.

Haslet : A type of pork loaf flavoured with sage and sliced thinly

Lincolnshire pork sausages : Most Lincolnshire butchers have their own secret recipe for Lincolnshire sausages and a competition is held each year to judge the best sausages in the county.

Batemans ales : A beer brewed in Wainfleet in Linconshire and served in many local pubs and restaurants in the county.

If seafood is more to your taste you will find excellent lobster, monkfish, sea bass & king prawns landed at Grimsby.

In 2015, Grimsby is still a busy fishing port and Lincolnshire benefits from the pollution-free waters of the Wash, which are particularly good for cockles and mussels.

You will never be disappointed at the fantastic range of local dishes and locally sourced food Lincolnshire has to offer.