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Prince Of Wales Inn, Lincoln - pub details

Prince Of Wales Inn

Address: 77a Bailgate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 3AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9789) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lincoln Central (0.7 miles), Hykeham (4.1 miles)

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This pub is in the old part of Lincoln near the cathedral. Uninspiring beer choice (Abbott, Black Sheep etc) but relatively pleasant and down to earth surroundings to spend time at in this predominantly tourist area. Visited later in the evening on a weekday so was fairly empty and food had finished, so could not comment on this aspect.
manx_888 - 31 Jan 2013 17:59
good live music but not hte type of pub for it beer was okay, but not special.clean pub obviously refurbished not that long ago.
sallyreasby - 15 Feb 2012 11:20
A great pub, nice chatty staff, good food,good beer,in a great area.
cleanmarc - 26 Dec 2010 06:27
Eaten twice at this pub and the food is top notch. It's a simple menu with a specials board and everything appears to be cooked from fresh. We sat next to a couple of french lads who were mighty impressed by the sausages and mash and the homemade burger. Fries are proper potatoes and very good. Very friendly welcome and three decent real ales to choose from. We'll be back and with friends next time.
realalerealbellies - 31 Oct 2010 11:24
This pub has been opened out and refurbished quite nicely in the wine bar style but it still retains a bit of a pub feel. There are lots of leather settles and dining tables with high seating in the window alcoves and it has pictures of old Lincoln all around the walls. Three handpumps on the bar with the most boring and uninventive range imaginable. Black Sheep, Abbot Ale and Deuchars, for Christ�s sake get some imagination! I had a pint of the sheep and the other half had a Deuchars, both were OK, but not great. They might do great food, we didn�t try any as we�d already eaten at the nearby Victoria so I can�t comment on quality. The menu was very similar to the Vic but rather more expensive and the Vic food was excellent. I know where I�d go.
ROBCamra - 4 Dec 2009 15:21

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