Sunderland finally catches onto the “dirty burger” trend.
My favourite afternoon tea in the North-East.
Why is the standalone indie bakery not a bigger deal in Newcastle?
This year is flying by!
Is it a bar? Is it a restaurant?
Let’s keep it together, Newcastle.
Breadpoint (NE1 5EU) is a Chinese bakery just off Charlotte Square. Heard of it before? Me neither.
Newcastle gets it’s own cook book, and you can win it.
Some places take a bashing on this site – others are heaped with love, fondness and a plea for you to go and visit them. This one is the latter.
The sushi train still hasn’t really stopped at Newcastle station.
A good banh mi is hard to find.
I get a ridiculous amount of people landing on this site looking for, and entering in the search box “who is the secret diner“. Like, really? I’m gonna assume you didn’t think it was actually me, and thought I would know who it was.
It’s old news now, but late last year a Michelin star finally returned to Newcastle after a fifteen-year absence. Hooray! Right?
Kracklin’ (NE1 6JE) opened late last year, purporting to offer high-end sandwiches packed full of meat. Who wouldn’t get excited?
TL; DR version: Best fish and chips in the North-East.