An historic cathedral city, Lincoln has always had plenty of traditional inns serving British cuisine. There are also high-end British restaurants in Lincoln, offering contemporary versions of local English recipes. Lincolnshire is one of the main agricultural regions of England, meaning restaurants have access to a rich supply of locally-sourced produce. Local specialities that may feature on the menus of Lincoln British restaurants include coarse-ground Lincolnshire sausages flavoured with sage, stuffed salt pork served cold, and Lincoln Poacher cheese. Marbled beef from local Lincoln Red cattle is particularly prized by chefs.