Harden's survey result
A “wonderful setting in a medieval building” (a twelfth century house that’s one of the oldest in town, on ‘Steep Hill’ leading up to the Cathedral) contributes to the charms of this long-established fixture, which is “still going strong”. It’s modern British menu delivers “lovely delicate food, with fresh flavours from quality meat and fish”.
“Very historic surroundings” – it’s set in a 12th century stone house that’s one of Lincoln’s oldest buildings – certainly ramp up the drama of a visit to this well-reputed establishment, though the food is also reliably “imaginative” too, with a “great lunch option” to boot.
Location, location, and location is a key strength of this “romantic” veteran venue in a low-beamed, 12th century building – one of England’s earliest surviving townhouses. The cooking doesn’t let the side down though, with much praise and no complaints this year.
Fans of this long-established beamed dining room, in an atmospheric 12th-century building, hail it as “THE place to eat in Lincoln”. The odd let-down is also reported, but most feedback is of “seriously thought-through cooking and a general sense of competence”.
|Wine per bottle||£21.00|
15 The Strait, Lincoln, LN2 1JD
|Number of Diners:|
|Wednesday||12 pm-2 pm, 6:30 pm-|
|Thursday||12 pm-2 pm, 6:30 pm-|
|Friday||12 pm-2 pm, 6:30 pm-|
|Saturday||12 pm-2 pm, 6:30 pm-|