This intimate restaurant is a much more sedate place than its colorful and sometimes dark history suggests (the name is medieval—check out the story while you're here). It's one of Lincoln's oldest buildings, a rare survivor of 12th-century Norman domestic architecture, and would be worth a visit even if the cosmopolitan menu wasn't so outstanding. Typical main dishes include roast cod with Toulouse sausage and shallot confit, or roast mallard with quince tatin and a
green peppercorn sauce.
Jun 12, 2002
A good standard of food and wine in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. Relax and enjoy the historic surroundings.