10 Restaurants in Grantham

Follow in famous footsteps in Grantham restaurants

Grantham is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Baroness Margaret Thatcher and Sir Isaac Newton but this Lincolnshire market town has a lot more to offer than famous former residents. This is an ancient town, mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086 and featuring some fine architectural treasures, such as St Wulfram’s Church and the stunning Belvoir Castle. Close to the A1, it has good transport links and Grantham's restaurants, hotels and pubs are some of the best in the area. We've selected some of the finest restaurants in Grantham to make it simple for you to book a table next time you're in town.

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The Chequers Inn

Town centre
British££££
5.2/6259
The Chequers Inn

The Gregory

Harlaxton
British££££
5.0/689
The Gregory
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Tudors Restaurant & Wine Bar

Sleaford
British££££
6.0/61
Tudors Restaurant & Wine Bar
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Amantia

City Centre
Spanish££££
5.4/6548
Amantia

Curious Manor

City Centre
British££££
4.8/6475
Curious Manor

Fothergills

City Centre
British££££
5.2/6387
Fothergills

Byzantium Tapas

Kings Heath
Spanish££££
5.2/6306
Byzantium Tapas

Coleman's Pizzeria & Steakhouse

Bawtry
Steak££££
5.2/6295
Coleman's Pizzeria & Steakhouse

The Finch's Arms

Oakham
British££££
5.0/6408
The Finch's Arms

Praza

Edgbaston
Indian££££
5.2/6257
Praza
  1. 1.

    Sample the best of Lincolnshire in the restaurants of Grantham

    Lincolnshire is well known for its rich agricultural land and has some of the best produce available anywhere in the country. Grantham restaurants therefore have access to excellent local ingredients that inspire their menus. Lincoln Red Beef is showcased in the steakhouse restaurants of Grantham, while the famous course ground and peppery Lincolnshire sausages with flecks of sage are served up in many traditional pubs and inns. The tangy poacher cheese is a highlight of local cheese boards and there are some fine Lincolnshire ales to wash it all down with too.
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    Grantham's restaurants fly the flag for British cooking

    With such illustrious Britons as former residents, you might not be surprised to learn that there are some fine British restaurants in Grantham. The Chequers Inn, for example, offers some excellent British dishes with a twist of international inspiration. A starter of confit pork belly is given an Asian flavour with bok choi, bean sprouts and miso, while a main of fillet of cod is served with Indian spiced potatoes and cauliflower pakora. Over at The Gregory, meanwhile, local produce is celebrated with a dressed Norfolk crab served with buttered new potatoes.
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    There are Grantham restaurants for every occasion

    There are lots of casual restaurants in Grantham where you can relax over an informal meal with friends or family and many are child-friendly with special kids' menus. All of you romantic couples are catered for with some intimate little eateries, while grand country house hotels provide an exclusive dining experience. Whatever the occasion, you can enjoy it in one of the excellent restaurants in Grantham and it's simple to reserve a table when you book right here on Quandoo.