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Restaurants in Lincolnshire

 Sample great local produce in Lincolnshire's restaurants

Lincolnshire is a county of historic cities such as Lincoln, large towns like Scunthorpe and traditional seaside resorts, such as Skegness. It also has areas of great natural beauty, including the Lincolnshire Wolds and the Wash National Nature Reserve. Agriculture is big business here and the variety and quality of produce is simply stunning. The major fishing port of Grimsby means that there's plenty of fresh seafood, too, and the restaurants of Lincolnshire make full use of this incredible bounty. We've gathered together the best Lincolnshire restaurants here on Quandoo, so you can sample these delights for yourself.

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The Horse and Groom - Lincoln

The Horse and Groom - Lincoln

Newland
European££££
5.1/6343
The Horse and Groom - Lincoln
The Duke William

The Duke William

Town Centre
European££££
5.2/6305
The Duke William
The Chequers Inn

The Chequers Inn

Town centre
European££££
5.2/6213
The Chequers Inn
Castle View Indian Cuisine

Castle View Indian Cuisine

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/6118
Castle View Indian Cuisine
Relish Bar & Kitchen

Relish Bar & Kitchen

Centre
Mediterranean££££
5.7/686
Relish Bar & Kitchen
The Tale of Two

The Tale of Two

Centre
Spanish££££
5.1/655
The Tale of Two
The Stags Head - Lincoln

The Stags Head - Lincoln

Town Centre
European££££
5.5/659
The Stags Head - Lincoln

The Curious Cat

Town Centre
Bar££££
5.7/629
The Curious Cat
The Counting House

The Counting House

Centre
European££££
4.7/615
The Counting House
Lids Tapas & Cocktails

Lids Tapas & Cocktails

Town Centre
Spanish££££
5.1/629
Lids Tapas & Cocktails
Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro

Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro

Town Centre
Spanish££££
5.8/618
Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro
Huckleberrys Bar & Grill

Huckleberrys Bar & Grill

Town Centre
American££££
5.1/612
Huckleberrys Bar & Grill
Ferry Boat Inn

Ferry Boat Inn

Washingborough
European££££
5.0/61
Ferry Boat Inn
NALA Brasserie

NALA Brasserie

Centre
French££££
4.5/64
NALA Brasserie
Royal William IV

Royal William IV

Newland
European££££
Royal William IV
The Gregory

The Gregory

Harlaxton
European££££
5.1/681
The Gregory

blacksmiths@clayworth

Clayworth
European££££
5.6/621
blacksmiths@clayworth

Raj Mahal

Centre
Indian££££
Raj Mahal
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    Lincolnshire restaurants offer a taste of tradition

    If you like your flavours big and bold you're going to love the traditional restaurants of Lincolnshire. You have to try the Lincolnshire sausages made with chopped pork speckled with sage. These peppery bangers are some of the best you'll taste anywhere in the country. If you're a meat lover, lookout for steakhouse restaurants in Lincolnshire serving the excellent local Lincoln Red beef. Succulent and marbled with just the right amount of fat, it makes an excellent steak. To finish off, you could go for a cheeseboard of Lincolnshire Poacher cheese or even a slice of Lincolnshire plum bread.
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    Lookout for exciting international restaurants in Lincolnshire

    There's a whole world of flavour to discover in Lincolnshire restaurants. From Europe, you can sample some excellent French and Italian cooking, along with great Greek and tempting tapas. Mediterranean restaurants take inspiration from the sea, fusing different traditions and ingredients into innovative new dishes. There's a good selection of Chinese and Indian restaurants, too, and you can find the best of them on Quandoo, so be sure to book a table now.
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    From stylish spots to country inns, Lincolnshire has it all

    If you're looking forward to a great night out with friends, kick the party off at one of the many stylish restaurants in Lincolnshire. There are some excellent sharing menus and nothing is more sociable than gathering around a table with great company. For a quiet lunch, meanwhile, head out into the countryside to find a quaint village inn or stately country house hotel. There are lots of child-friendly diners if you have little ones and some intimate little bistros that are just perfect for a romantic date.