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French Restaurants in Lincoln

 Link up in Lincoln’s French restaurants

While Lincoln may be on the map for having some of the most awe-inspiring churches in the Midlands, it’s also got a thriving dining scene that’s been attracting foodies for quite some time now. There’s a whole host of restaurants in Lincoln, but the French spots on offer here without a doubt take centre stage. You’ll find a whole host of places to dine in this historic city, from the city centre stretching out into the surrounding villages with plenty of casual bistros and fine dining restaurants ideal for any occasion and budget. So, let’s take a look at what you should expect from the French restaurants in Lincoln.

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Côte West Bridgford

West Bridgford
French££££
5.4/6790

Côte Peterborough

City Centre
French££££
5.6/61001

Côte York

City Centre
French££££
5.4/6754
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Le Mistral - Nottingham

City Centre
French££££
5.3/6438

Côte Leeds

City Centre
French££££
5.5/6289

Petit Paris

Hockley
French££££
5.5/6216

Le Mistral - Derbyshire

Wirksworth
French££££
5.1/697

NALA Brasserie

Centre
French££££
5.0/67

Le Mistral - Sherwood

Sherwood
French££££
5.3/6176

Kendells Bistro

City Centre
French££££
5.6/610
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    Dishes you can’t miss in Lincoln’s French restaurants

    So, whether you’re new to French cuisine or a Francophile through and through, menus in the French restaurants of Lincoln can be extensive. So we thought we’d fill you in on a few of our favourites. Firstly, there’s nothing more classic than the simple yet iconic steak frites of yep, you guessed it, steak and fries. Keeping with the meat suggestions, we also love boeuf Bourguignon, a stew-like dish you don’t want to miss. Meanwhile, seafood fans will love the bouillabaisse fish soup infused with saffron, orange, thyme and chilli, and chicken lovers should be sure to keep an eye out on the chicken confit which is where the chicken is salted, seasoned with herbs and slow-cooked in olive oil which results in melt-in-your-mouth tender chicken.
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    For the best, it’s got to be Côte Brasserie

    Now, when thinking about which of Lincoln’s French restaurants you should head to, Côte Brasserie is up there with the best of them. This branch of the iconic French chain blends relaxed dining and high-end cuisine seamlessly and is well worth a visit. Located on the High Street, we advise beginning with their take on French onion soup with sourdough croûte and melted Comté cheese or king prawns marinated in chilli, garlic and tomato. Then, for the main, the Breton fish stew is outstanding, while both the boeuf Bourguignon and steak frites will leave you in food heaven. Oh, and be sure to save room for dessert – we love the tarte fine aux pommes and crème caramel.
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    Reserve in Lincoln’s best French restaurants

    Now, it’s just time to book. Thankfully Quandoo is here to help you choose the best French restaurant in Lincoln for any occasion. Simply filter your preferences according to location, price point and cuisine and we’ll show you the perfect spots. Then, all you have to do is work out which tasty dish you’ll choose at one of the magnifique French restaurants in Lincoln. Let’s get booking!