Find this popular foodie pub in one of the towns oldest buildings.
They offer some kind of food all day, starting with breakfast dishes, which range from Cereals to full Champagne versions.
At noon the main à la carte and various set menus kick in, and the kitchen uses seasonal produce for these much of it local.
'Duck & Chicken Liver Parfait with Spiced Fruit Chutney & Toasted Brioche'; 'Plate of Home-Cured Salmon' and 'Goats Cheese & Pine Nut Beignets with Beetroot Salad & Orange Syrup' set the style for starters.
With the likes of 'Pan-Roasted Spiced Salmon with Couscous, Green Beans & Coriander Crème Fraiche'; 'Butternut Squash & Caramelised onion Risotto with Parmesan' and 'Rump of Lamb with Colcannon Mash & Roasted Parsnips' listed among the mains.
Puds are a strong suite, with perhaps 'White & Duck Chocolate Parfait with Vanilla Sablé Biscuits'; 'Baileys Crème Brulée with Warm apple Sponge' and 'Apple & Blackberry Crumble with Custard' there to tempt you.
Caunton Beck and The Bottle & Glass at Harby (both q.v's) are under the same ownership.
- Food Style: Best Pubs for Food
- Lunch: all week from 9.00-22.00; set L £12.50 (2 courses), £14.95 (3 courses); mains £11 to £25
- Dinner: all week from 9.00-22.00; set D 18.00-22.00 £16.50 to £19.50; mains £11 to £25
- Wine: a well-chosen list has modest mark-ups
- Nearest station: Lincoln Rail
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page