Your guide to Lincoln's Restaurants
From authentic Japanese sushi and the finest haute cuisine to burger and chips, it may be clichéd but Lincoln truly has something to suit every taste. Enjoying a chilled glass of white wine with creamy pasta on the Brayford Marina or a pint of locally brewed real ale with a home-made pie in the Bailgate; Lincoln certainly knows good food and it’s just waiting to be discovered.
Lincolnista brings you the latest news and highlights from the restaurant scene along with unpretentious reviews and diners comments.
In March last year Lincolnista exclusively revealed plans for the conversion of the Old Harbour Master’s Office into a restaurant, now Wagamama’s have confirmed that they will be moving to the Brayford!Read More
The new Double Tree Hilton didn’t just bring a fantastic new hotel to the city, they also bought a new bar and dining experience in the way of The Electric. Lincolnista took a visit to see what all the fuss was about.Read More
I woke up one Sunday morning to find a big brass band had moved into my head. I felt a little icky and realised I had indeed got a hangover. Great. Instead of the usual greasy full English to cure the headache and sickness, I rounded up the flatmates and set off in search of Yo Yo’s.Read More
Kashi is Lincoln’s only Japanese restaurant. Located in Waterside North, it serves both traditional and modern Japanese food.
Nando’s is a nationwide chain of restaurants serving authentic Portuguese chicken dishes. Situated on the Brayford waterfront in Lincoln, the restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating areas and is perfect for families.
Gino’s restaurant located in the Bailgate area of Lincoln is a traditional Italian restaurant offering a wide variety of pastas, pizzas and speciality dishes.
Pizza Express is chain Italian restaurant, and offers starters and sides, main courses, deserts, and a children’s menu. Located on the High Street.