If you’re looking for somewhere special to eat while you’re here in Newcastle, then don’t worry about trying to search online, because we’ve done all the hard work for you and put together a list of things to do in Newcastle for both you and your family if you like eating out. So read on and see what we’ve put together and hopefully, you’ll find somewhere that’s perfect for you, serving the type of cuisine you love.
House of Tides
The House of Tides has been open for the past couple of years. It’s beautifully situated at the quayside and it’s based in a historically beautiful building, a Grade 1 16th century merchant town house. It’s also close to Tyne Bridge, so there’s some amazing views. There’s two floors with the main seating area on the first. This is a place that has ambience and a truly relaxing vibe for diners. There’s a Michelin start and 3 AA Rosettes as well as winning the AA UK Restaurant of the year and Cateys Best Newcomer for 2015
A luxury setting with meals for all occasions, whether they be family celebrations, weddings, birthdays or anniversaries. What you’ll get here is authentic Thai food in an elegant setting at the riverside.
Opened in 2013 this is a teahouse where you can drink at least 60 different types of tea as well as other drinks too. There’s food in the shape of lunches, breakfasts, baked goods and what’s more, there are cinema nights so you can watch your favourite movies.
Peace and Loaf
This is a restaurant where you can try classic dishes at a Michelin two-star restaurant. Dave Coulson, the head chef learnt his craft under Michel Roux Jr. and has developed his own special way of doing things. This means you get beautiful, traditional cuisine but with a unique touch from the chef.
The Artisan in Newcastle is a modern restaurant using local produce and seasonal ingredients. At the helm is Chef of the Year for the North East, Andrew Wilkinson. The food here is from local producers so they can create menus with intense flavour and with plenty of technique.
Earl of Pitt Street
The Earl of Pitt Street is not far from St. James’ Park, with beautiful décor which caters to all sorts of occasions. There’s also an outside catering team which provides for private functions and street food, the perfect place in which to relax.
We hope you enjoyed our comprehensive list of the best restaurants in Newcastle. They all have a fabulous reputation for producing first class food, with a great service guaranteed. If you’re looking for things to do in Newcastle where you can have food and a great night out, you know you can always rely on us to find the best venues.