With Lincoln nearly forty miles away from its nearest large neighbour, it's easy to see why the city has become a shopping centre of such size and variety. Lincoln is one of the country's top 50 retail destinations and one of the most important shopping centres in the East Midlands.
We Are Coffee Fanatics Established in 2005 by Richard Teasdale, Coffee Aroma offers barista-championship standard coffee in Lincoln. Hosting the widest selection of single origin coffee, we offer only the highest quality products and our award-winning experience is demonstrated through the staff that we train.
Contributing as a valued member of the world coffee community, we are proud to have worked with some of the most knowledgeable people in the industry.
We hope you can see and taste the reason why we have been voted one of the top 10 coffee shops in the UK, by The Guardian newspaper.
Come and visit us to find a coffee that best suits you, we love to share good coffee.
Guildhall Street, Lincoln
When we opened the first Carluccio's cafe our aim was to provide great quality, authentic Italian food at sensible prices. We also wanted to allow informal but excellent service to our customers. The aims remain the same today.
High Street, Lincoln, LN2 1AT
01522 519 144
We're a Continental Style Beer Bar located on the historic Strait at the bottom of Steep Hill in Lincoln. A Belgian Beer Bar with a historical English twist. We've around 150 different beers to choose from all over the world, cocktails made with premium spirits, comprehensive wine list, 5 hand pulled ales and champagnes and prosecco.
31 Strait, Lincoln, LN2 1JD
Relaxed and chilled out. A great place for fresh pasta, paninni, salads, great coffee, wine, beer, home made tira-mi-su, fast service, outside garden area.
9 West Parade, Lincoln
Open all day Monday to Saturday, late night opening Thursday and Friday
'The philosophy on which the very first pizza restaurant was based still holds true today. It's about high quality produce and authentic food, served in stylish surroundings at value for money prices.'
High Street, Lincoln. 10 min walk.
Friendly staff, (no need to book most of the time). Good reliable pizza and pasta. Children welcome.
Housed in one of the oldest buildings in the beautiful and historic city of Lincoln, with food from award winning Chef Gavin Aitkenhead and exceptional service from Samantha Tomkins and her team, The Jews House Restaurant offers the finest food served by the friendliest staff in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.
Here at the Jews' House our aim is quite simple: To give you an experience you remember for its remarkable flavours and polished, attentive service.
15 The Strait, Lincoln
Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday
The Cheese Society Cheese Cafe opened on 14th February 2002 and it has been an increasingly popular Lincoln lunchtime venue. The licensed cafe is small and intimate, seating just 22 customers, with a style that is light and airy, and as the shop and cafe are combined, with a continental feel.
The shop and cafe opens for hot and cold breakfasts from 10.00am until 11.30am and then serves lunch throughout the day. We close at 4.30 pm and suggest that the latest time to order and enjoy lunch is around 3.30pm. You can enjoy wine, local beers and cider with your meal and have a menu that consists mainly of dishes featuring our farmhouse cheeses. Please have a look at our menu and blackboards, as we do have dishes for non-cheese eaters, gluten-free people and vegetarians.
1 St Martin's Lane, Lincoln