Lincoln may be known for its charming downtown and Thunder Valley casino, but don’t forget the food options.
Here are 5 best restaurants in Lincoln.
There’s nothing awful about this place.
Awful Annie’s has been a long-time favorite for the breakfast and brunch crowd and has been voted “best breakfast” for six consecutive years by KCRA 3.
This location opened in 2004 and it hasn’t slowed down a bit. (There’s also an Auburn restaurant.)
Omelet options include: The Boomer (jack and cheddar cheese), The Monterey (avocado, sautéed mushrooms, green onions, tomatoes, sour cream, jack, cheddar and Swiss cheese. Topped with sour cream and green onions).
Awful Annie’s serves up a whole lot more than just omelets, including a variety of scrambles, eggs, benedicts, waffles, pancakes, appetizers, croissants, grilled sandwiches and burgers, salad, soups and so much more!
You’ll be happy to stop by Zakuro Sushi for some of the best sushi in town! Fresh sushi at a great price is what this place is all about. There’s also some non-fish options on the menu you must try!
The bento boxes include chicken and beef teriyaki. You can also pick up some shioyaki and chicken katsu.
The restaurant’s rolls include Sashimi, Nigiri, Chirashi and specialty rolls like the Spider Man, Dancing Scallops, Sun Fire and more.
You can see the full lineup of sushi and other entrees here.
There’s no gamble in having dinner at Thunder Valley’s High Steaks Steakhouse.
The restaurant serves up USDA prime-aged steaks featuring Allen Brothers Steaks. From the bone-in, 21-day aged rib eye steak, to the 24-ounce Porterhouse, High Steaks is sure to please.
The menu doesn’t stop with steaks. You can also pick from the “signature selections,” which includes surf and turf, lamb chops, beef brochette, pork chop, burgers and chicken. Here’s the complete menu.
Sacramento has Tres Hermanas, Lincoln has 3 Hermanos Taqueria.
This location is relatively new, but it’s getting some love on social media.
It serves up all you would expect from a Mexican taqueria.
There are burritos, tacos and carnitas. When you order the crispy chicken tacos, you’ll notice the shells are sprinkled with parmesan cheese.
You can also choose from carne asada, chorizo, cabeza, lengua, tripa and birria, all important staples of Mexican street tacos.
The burritos also vary in size from small to señor size.
Visit them at 900 Sterling Parkway, Suite 10 in Lincoln.
For generous portions and good food, Kim’s Country Kitchen fits the bill.
The charming diner is in downtown Lincoln and is the perfect place for breakfast.
You’ll find what you expect at an All-American diner: steak and eggs, scrambles, waffles, pancakes, chicken fried steak and omelets.
Kim’s Country Kitchen is on 537 G Street.