About The Jews House Restaurant
About the restaurant
Situated in one of the oldest and most historic parts of the city of Lincoln, the Jews House Restaurant melds the tradition and heritage of their location with a menu that takes in the breadth of contemporary British cuisine. Their chef, Gavin Williams, and their service team, lead by Samantha Tomkins, offer a warm welcome to all those who cross their threshold on The Strait, right in Lincoln’s town centre.
Located in a Grade One listed building, The Jews House Restaurant on The Strait in Lincoln town centre has stood in place since 1150, and is rumoured to be the oldest dwelling house in Europe. Their menu brings together traditional British favourites and contemporary influences in a manner which makes the most of abundant local ingredients available and the expertise of their chef, Gavin Williams.
When you make your visit to The Jews House on The Strait, you are going to want to include as many of the British classics on offer as possible. Begin with the roast winter vegetable soup, before moving onto the blade of beef with horseradish mash. Alternatively, vegetarians can try the Jerusalem artichoke and leek risotto – appropriate enough for the Jews House. Diners in this part of Lincoln town centre are spoilt for choice, and few of them are better than The Jews House Restaurant: so book a table now and head on over.