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City of Lincoln, Lincoln Suburbs
Burton Road Chippy

Traditionally English and award-winning fish and chip restaurant found just a short walk from Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Curiositea

Curiositea is a quirky coffee shop situated in the heart of Bishop Grosseteste University campus. With an Alice in Wonderland theme, luxurious seating and an outside courtyard, this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy good food and drink.


Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Doddington Hall Café

The award winning farm shop and café at Doddington Hall serves great quality coffee, cakes and snacks. Breakfasts and lunches also served.


Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Doddington Hall Restaurant

Enjoy excellent quality, locally sourced, fuss free meals lovingly prepared at Doddington Hall Restaurant using a range of produce from the estate.


Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Harbour Lights Bar & Kitchen

A delightful bar and kitchen with stunning marina views at Burton Waters, close to historic Lincoln.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Langton’s Cafe

Found on the ground floor of Lincoln Castle's Georgian prison, open to the public offering food and drink all day.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
Patisserie Valerie

Famous for their delicious hand-made cakes, gateaux and patisseries, on the edge of Lincoln's historic Cathedral Quarter.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
Stokes Collection Café

A stylish, modern cafe in The Collection museum, serving locally roasted coffee and a contemporary food menu.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Stokes Lawn Cafe

Serving Stokes' locally roasted coffee, cake, home-cooked breakfast, lunch, and light snacks prepared by talented chefs using local produce.


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