Newcastle upon Tyne Restaurants

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  • 1. Restaurants outside the city

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    This pub at the northern edge of Whitley Bay offers a large if somewhat unexciting space, but its several distinct areas make it feel less impersonal and provide a separate area for families. The...

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  • 2. Pitcher and Piano

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    With an unbeatable location on the quayside, this is our favourite spot for lunch on a sunny day. If the weather is warm enough you can sit outside in the sunshine enjoying the river views, while on...

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  • 3. Rupali

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rupali is a most definetely a Newcastle institution. The location on Bigg market makes it very central, and the food is spicy, cheap and cheerful. This in itself would make it worth visiting, but the...

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  • 4. La Tasca

    4 out of 5 stars

    Have just discovered this great restaurant down on the Quayside (I think maybe it's new). It's large (and part of a chain) but doesn't feel too impersonal thanks to the brightly coloured walls and...

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  • 5. Chinatown restaurants

    5 out of 5 stars

    Newcastle has its own small China town with supermarkets and several restaurants. There looked some great buffet restauants - eat as much as you can/dare type - that looked very tasty . In particular...

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  • 6. Oak

    4 out of 5 stars

    Some years ago we had a good meal in the previous restaurant to occupy this spot, Oldfields, so recently decided to try its successor. We have been told by a relative who lives locally and knows the...

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  • 7. Little Saigon

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I have often passed this place in the Bigg market, and last night sat 23th March decided to pop in, picked the set menu for 2 at £18.50 each plus a bottle of wine, we were the first in and sat in the...

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  • 8. Marco Polo

    4 out of 5 stars

    This Italian restaurant has been in this location at the top of The Side for as long as I have been visiting Newcastle (about 33 years) and probably much longer. We used to come here from time to time...

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  • 9. Uno's Trattoria

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewed 21 August 2011 went down the quayside yesterday, nice sunny day derby match was on, visited UNO,s first, sat outside enjoyed the sun, 2 pizza,s lager and wine total £18 done the job, pizzas...

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  • 10. The Broad Chare

    We have been to this Quayside pub a few times, but only to drink in the downstairs bar. Recently however we decided to give the first floor restaurant a try, and were pretty impressed. The space...

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  • 11. Lau's Chinese Buffet

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    All you can eat £6.45 in a restaurant that, so typical of many of this sort across England, is OK for food but has all the glamour of a works canteen. Cheapish tables and chairs and bare walls with...

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  • 12. Adriano's

    This fairly new addition to Gosforth High Street (it used to be an Indian restaurant and before that a dentist’s!) has already become a favourite with the family. Its spacious and airy interior has...

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  • 13. Bob Trollop CLOSED

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    It was raining when we returned from Durham to Newcastle so that evening we didn't venture too far from the hotel. We had dinner in Bob Trollops, a pub on Cornhill, beside Bessie Surtees House. The...

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  • 14. City Tavern (formerly Huxters)

    3 out of 5 stars

    When an aunt told us that the City Tavern had been refurbished and was reopened, Chris got all nostalgic, having drunk here many times in his (under-age!) youth. So of course we had to try it. We...

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  • 15. Pan Haggerty

    There has been a high-quality restaurant at this address for some time, but we had never got round to visiting. Staying nearby recently, we spotted that it had changed hands, and that there was an...

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  • 16. Quay Ingredient

    Although our hotel, the Copthorne on the Quayside, offered breakfast, we thought that £14.95 was a little steep, especially as neither of us wanted to eat a large plateful. So we checked out the...

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  • 17. 9 Bar

    If you’re looking for great coffee in the city centre, this tiny coffee shop (part of the Theatre Royal) could be the answer. Their espresso is powerful stuff, tasting genuinely Italian, and they make...

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  • 18. Culture Cafe CLOSED

    the cafe lay out out of ordanary two floors first one small cousy second floor is my favorite middleeast tradition decorated sitting on the flloor and eating in the floor they are open day...

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  • 19. Prima

    We have probably passed this Italian restaurant near the Quayside many times in the past, but only recently gave it a try - and were very impressed. We hadn’t reserved a table and on a busy Friday...

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  • 20. Loch Fyne

    My in-laws live in Gosforth but we've only just got round to trying this local restaurant - and we all wished we'd been sooner and vowed to come again soon! The restaurant is situated in a former...

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  • 21. Pasha CLOSED

    Pasha restaurant quayside newcastle upontyne i had lovely meal in turkish restaurant it is nicely decorated and well presented staff, delicias food if you go there they have extensive menu all sorts...

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  • 22. Great Coffee

    If you are going to call your coffee shop “Great coffee” you had better make sure that this is what you serve, and thankfully the coffee here is very good. It could equally have been called “Great...

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  • 23. A Taste of Persia

    Utterly superb dinner last night at A Taste of Persia in the city centre (they have another place in Jesmond). I’d had lunch there before, and somehow managed to avoid doing a tip. It’s very close...

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  • 24. Blackfriars Restaurant

    The quiet haven of Blackfriars has long been one of my favourite spots in the city centre, but it is only recently that we have got round to visiting the restaurant that is part of the complex....

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  • 25. No.1 Oriental Buffet

    5 out of 5 stars

    A huge selection even over lunch time. Friendly helpful staff. Very clean and well presented. Food very tasty. As much as you can eat for a fiver. (lunch time price). There was so much choice I...

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