Tuck in to a tasty treat!

The Lincolnshire Wolds boasts some of the country’s best local producers, pubs and places to dine.

Lincolnshire has long been at the forefront of agriculture and farming, producing one eighth of the UK’s food and processing 70% of its fish. In Lincolnshire we grow the finest crops of barley, wheat, oilseed rape and sugar beet – and the UK’s biggest fish market is situated along our coast. It should come as no surprise that our county is home to some of the best food and drink producers around!

Sample some of our local delicacies including Lincolnshire’s finest sausages, stuffed chine, traditional plum bread and speciality cheese during your visit! Make sure you visit the local farmers markets and farm shops found throughout the Wolds, guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds!

Wherever you are in the Lincolnshire Wolds, you’re never too far from somewhere to eat or drink; this idyllic area is brimming with breweries, vineyards, rustic pubs, award-winning restaurants, bars and cosy cafés. Wherever you choose to dine, the tasty delights produced in the Lincolnshire Wolds are bound to leave a lasting impression.

From field to fork…

Louth is a gastronomic foodie town with its vibrant, produce-packed markets and thriving independent retailers. Market Rasen is a popular destination for visitors to sample Lincolnshire’s culinary delights and has a Michelin listed restaurant. Try the market town of Horncastle for cosy tearooms and quintessential English pubs or the lovely village of Alford to visit the five-sailed windmill which still produces locally milled, stoneground flour.

Award-winning butchers, bakeries, fishmongers, a cheese shop, farm shops, handmade chocolate and award-winning restaurants await you in the Wolds.

Louth is one of the UK’s most-loved foodie hotspots and has been hailed by TV chefs The Hairy Bikers as a “food Mecca”