One of the many interesting features of this weekends Bridges Festival was the “7 Bridges Pop-up Restaurant” on Sunday at Baltic Square. Billed as “an unusual restaurant that ebbs and flows with the strong river tides” I had to check it out!
The clue is in the name, isn’t it? Most of the posts here will be Newcastle restaurant-based, so whether you’re looking for Michelin star dining from House of Tides, or some great street food from the Grainger Market, it’s all here.
Newcastle’s restaurant scene has seen a bit of a resurgence in the early 2010s, so check out this page to see where the toon (specifically NE1 city centre) is headed, and filter out all the guff from Sunderland and other areas.
Looking for the latest Newcastle restaurant openings in 2017?
* Looking for restaurant week August 2013? * …is now bi-annually! Starting next week, 8th - 14th August, visit these top restaurants for a cheap eat. We’d recommend any of these at only £10 each: 2 Courses and a glass of wine at 1OAK1 Course and a glass of wine at Cafe Buee at The Side2 Courses for £10 at Hotel du Vin2 Courses for £10 at Malmaison2 Courses for £10 at Marco Polo2 Courses for £10 at Babucho2 Courses…
Always solid sandwiches.
Curiously devoid of “Flavours”.
A quick peep at some of the food I consumed during this year’s (excellent but very rainy) EAT NewcastleGateshead!
Didn't turn out to be worth shouting about.
Truly great pub food.
Lunchtime snack from the aforementioned Sachins in Fenwick’s Food Hall.
First-rate modern Punjabi food.