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Taste Lincolnshire

Taste Lincolnshire
Sample local produce or enjoy classic British cuisine in Lincolnshire

Fresh. Local. Delicious. We’ve earned our food heritage reputation. From sausages to plum bread, you’ll always enjoy a tasty treat.

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Experience the
Tastes of Lincolnshire

Taste Lincolnshire tells the story of how great food and drink from Lincolnshire is, and celebrates the hard work and dedication of those who produce it.

When you take a visit to your local food shop, or visiting some of the great places to eat and drink in the county – look out for the Taste Lincolnshire logo. You can be sure that you are supporting some of Lincolnshire’s fabulous food and drink businesses.

Visit the Taste Lincolnshire pages to find where to buy, eat, and drink local produce at locations across the county.

One of the best places to shop and eat local is at Doddington Hall where the farm shop, cafe, and restaurant offer the best of the tastes of Lincolnshire.

Their team of chefs produce sensational dishes using their own home-grown produce: fruit, vegetables and salad from their very own Kitchen Garden; beef from their herd of Lincoln Red Cattle; their own eggs; game, honey and foraged produce from the Estate.

Their shops stock a wide range of beautiful (and delicious) products inspired by the love of the finer things in life.

Famous Lincolnshire
Fish and Chips

Boasting the Seafood Capital of the UK, Lincolnshire is the perfect place to enjoy the classic fish and chips.

Choose to eat yours on the coast as a seafront takeaway or dine in at the world’s largest fish and chip restaurant on Cleethorpes Pier.

Or find one of the many inland restaurants that take deliveries of the famous ‘Grimsby fish’, including nationally recognised establishments in Lincoln.

The Michelin-starred Winteringham Fields, run by Great British Chef Colin McGurran, offers fine dining with the very freshest of local ingredients.

The menu is slightly different each day, depending on what ingredients are best that morning, so every visit is your own lovingly nurtured and carefully prepared personal experience.

And you can make a break of your visit to the banks of the Humber by staying in one of the restaurant’s boutique hotel-style rooms.

A world exclusive: visit the last working eight-sailed windmill, complete with tea room and brewery.

Dedicated to making the finest quality handmade Lincolnshire sausages, the family run Mountain’s Boston Sausage is a traditional butcher open since 1852.

See how brewing at Batemans has evolved since 1874, with a tour of the new and old brewhouses. You can also eat, drink, and shop at the visitor centre. Look out for Batemans pubs across Lincolnshire!

This gorgeous coastal restaurant yards from a sandy beach is popular for a reason! You can expect seafood, coffee and cake, and a traditional Sunday lunch.

From the Cathedral Quarter to the Brayford Waterfront, Lincoln is full of restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, tea rooms, and more.

The award-winning Uncle Henry’s Farm Shop, Butchery and Cafe is all about great tasting home-produced & local food. Don’t miss the summer maize maze and the Farmers’ Den play area for kids.

A ‘Hidden Gem’ on the seafront at Winthorpe serving specialist coffees, teas, deluxe milkshakes, and a selection of wines, ciders and beers. All with stunning coastal views.

A Michelin Guide restaurant in Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter, serving contemporary English cuisine with a Mediterranean influence from its Sicilian owner.

Foodie Events

Try some of Lincolnshire's local delicacies:

Plum Bread
Lincolnshire Sausage

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