The Bronze Pig

Our vision for uncompromised quality is underlined by the decision to have a selective menu to match our intimate and unique styled restaurant.

Our meats and vegetables are sourced locally, our fish comes from renewable sources and from the British shores whenever feasible. Our choice of wines is based on the recommendation of a sommelier to offer choices from the old world and a couple from the new world that would enhance our dishes.

The name “The Bronze Pig” unites Pompeo’s and Eamon’s national background and the fact that we are based in Lincoln.


Chefs Table
Chefs Table
Bronze fountain of a boar

Il Porcellino (Italian “piglet”) is the nickame for the bronze fountain of a boar in the Mercato Nuovo in Florence, sculpted by PietroTasca (1577 – 1640).

Copper coin from Eire

A 1949 1/2d copper coin from Eire depicts a sow with three piglets

The votive bronze boar

The Bronze Boar miniature statuette from late 1st century AD is housed at The Collection: Art and Archaeology museum in Lincoln.


Throughout time the boar has been a potent symbol of courage and prowess to many cultures around the world. So all in all, we thought it would fit nicely as the name for our restaurant.

We hand pick and train our staff to support us in ensuring that you are welcome in our unique restaurant, enjoy quality service and savour our dishes in a relaxed atmosphere.


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We're open on 18.30-10pm Wednesday to Saturday and Sunday 11.30am-2pm

If your booking is to be in next seven days please call us on 01522 524 817.
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