Traditional fayre, served untraditionallySee our sample tapas menu
If only walls could talk! Tales of smuggles, sea – disasters, family troubles, happiness and heartbreak would be only a few of the repertoire of the walls of Bicker’s oldest public house – The Red Lion.
This white – painted inn had the name “John Drury” around the date 1665 (the date of the Great Plague of London) and I am given to understand that this was only the date it was restored!
Inside, the rooms recapture the atmosphere of a typical English inn, with low beams and painting of blood sport around the walls. From two different sources I have been told it was called the “ Mariner’s Rest”, and the “Sailors Rest”, even further suggestion that Bicker Haven was once an inlet of the Wash.
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The Ye Olde Red Lion is the only public house in the small picturesque, rural village in the rich, flat, Fenland countryside nine miles south-west of Boston, Lincolnshire.
The pub was refurbished in 2012 with a focus on keeping its historic features and charm but with a modern comfortable feel. It’s an ideal place for a drink with friends or to enjoy a delicious “award winning” homemade meal or a light bite from our unique Lincolnshire Tapas menu. We have a wide selection of real ales and hand picked fine wines.
The local farmland produces some of the best quality produce in the area, which we embrace in our tasty dishes. Our team of highly skilled chefs offer a unique dining experience whether it’s from our tapas, bar & restaurant or themed menus.
Community and our customers are very important to us and village life. We hold a bi-monthly event raising money for local charities and organisations. This includes a quiz and raffle. We also have regular themed events, check out our events page.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
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