About Reform Restaurant

Best Place To Eat In Lincoln
2015 Best Restaurant
2018 Best Chef


The Reform restaurant features contemporary European cuisine served in a relaxed setting. Dishes all include fresh, seasonal ingredients, with local produce used wherever possible.

Taste of Excellence Award Winners

We were delighted that Reform was named ‘Best Restaurant’ for 2011/12 in the Taste of Excellence Awards published by Lincolnshire Life in our first year of being open.

We have then gone from strength to strength winning awards every year culminating in a Gold Citation in 2018  and 2019 and our Head Chef being awarded Chef of the Year 2018/19.

Taste of Excellence aims to promote the county’s exceptional food and drink industry and it’s awards reward those who have reached the highest culinary standards. We are not the best place to eat in Lincoln for no reason!

Best Place To Eat In Lincoln – Menus

Simon has created an A la Carte menu, a Lunch menu and a Sunday lunch menu, and a Set Evening menu, all of which are served in the Reform. A bar menu created by Simon is also available and is served in the Lounge bar within the Castle Hotel.

 

Our Restaurant is open Wednesday to Saturday for Lunch or Dinner and for Lunch on Sunday.

 

Reform Restaurant

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What Our Visitors'

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Fabulous Afternoon Tea

Fabulous Afternoon Tea –Four of us (2 couples) visited here this wet Sunday afternoon to partake of the afternoon tea menu in the Reform Restaurant. My husband and I are great fans of afternoon tea and have enjoyed this traditional British meal in many restaurants, including The Berkeley Hotel, London and Reid’s Palace, Funchal, Madeira.

The menu offered in the Reform Restaurant was very good and we were all agreed that the whole experience was excellent. We liked the idea of the warm savoury course, the sweet onion chutney patties were delicious as, too, were the sausage rolls. The fillings in the sandwiches were generous to say the least, definitely more filling than bread. The scones were fresh and light but didn’t fall to pieces when cut in half and there was ample jam and cream for the 4 of us. Another nice touch was the Forest Fruits smoothie, although we all agreed that this was a little bland, but it didn’t stop us from devouring it all. Last, but not least, the homemade cakes. A custard tart, Bakewell slice and petit fours comprising salted fudge and chocolate brownies. Delicious!

Needless to say we couldn’t manage to finish this delightful tea so the very pleasant waitress boxed all the leftovers for us to take home.

Kat P