Lincoln residents and visitors will be delighted to hear that The Sign of the Fish will be reopening its doors this week following an extensive renovation process that has seen them closed since the beginning of 2022.
Located at 42 Sincil Street, The Sign of the Fish is not just the oldest fish and chip shop in Lincoln but one of the oldest in the country, having fried and sold fish since 1899. With a wealth of history and tradition behind them, The Sign of the Fish is delighted to be back open once again, ready to add to the next chapter of its distinguished story in Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter.
The newly renovated business will reopen tomorrow 12 March and will offer a completely new look for customers both inside and out. The unit has undergone major changes over the last few months including a complete electrical rewire, introducing new kitchen appliances and a new state of the art odour control system, as well as a complete decoration overhaul of both the takeaway and restaurant area. There are also plans for an outside courtyard in place to be ready for the summer.
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