Food and drink experiences in Newcastle will visit some of the best places to eat in North-East England. As well as being popular for a number of attractions, such as the Millennium Bridge, Theatre Royal and of course, Newcastle United football club, Newcastle is also a hot spot for self-confessed foodies.
Popular places to eat include everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to small, humble bars and cafés. Whether you are looking to celebrate a special occasion or just wanting to enjoy amazing food with friends, here are some of the best restaurants to try in Newcastle.
Best Places to Eat in Newcastle
The below features just a small selection of some of the very best places to eat in Newcastle. Although for a hands-on approach, why not book one of our food and drink experiences in Newcastle instead?
House of Tides
Proud owner and head chef Kenny Atkinson’s Quayside runs this gastronomical Michelin Star Restaurant. Based at a stunning Grade 1 listed 16th-century townhouse, providing a luxurious setting.
The kitchen provides a sophisticated fine-finding experience, using a variety of ingredients based on seasonal produce. Including regular favourites, such as Lindisfarne oysters, fresh scallops with pork belly or sweetcorn and parmesan churros. You can also enjoy delicious tasting menus from £55, but do book in advance!
Located within the Biscuit Factory (one of the city’s most impressive galleries). This trendy restaurant has an intimate and relaxing atmosphere. The chef takes inspiration from the location to create mouth-watering dishes with a good selection of local ingredients. They also serve vegetarian and gluten-free options upon request.
This medieval restaurant won the Taste of England award in the North East Tourism Awards, recognising it as one of the best places to eat in Newcastle.
Established in 1239 as a Dominican friary, Blackfriars has a long and tempestuous history. It is situated in the heart of the city and provides a unique place to enjoy a relaxing meal. The menu is traditional British cuisine, using local ingredients, organic vegetables and delicious old breeds of pork, lamb and beef.
In addition to the main restaurant, the Blackfriars lavish medieval Banquet Hall has been restored through many years of scrupulous work. The Banquet Hall also offers superb medieval banquet nights, as well as tours (followed by lunch). Which you can book online here with tabl.com.
Six at the Baltic
Six can be found inside Gateshead’s Baltic gallery of contemporary art and offers stunning views of the Gateshead Quayside.
The restaurant serves up a menu of local favourites, with a delicious twist on traditional dishes. This is a popular restaurant for visitors going to see performances at The Sage, so can get booked up quickly. As such, we recommend booking a table outside of regular performance hours.
This delightful restaurant in Newcastle is always busy and with a warm atmosphere that offers quirky twists on popular favourites. It also offers fantastic cocktails and is definitely a place to enjoy a designer burger or steak, often before a visit to the theatre.
Peace and Loaf Restaurant
This amazing restaurant is actually headed up by 2010 MasterChef finalist Dave Coulson.
Dave has an impressive reputation for creating passionate and innovative dishes, earning the restaurant its two AA Rosettes status. The chef puts great emphasis on using only the freshest and locally sourced produce. As such, offering seasonal menus that include Dave’s inventive dishes.
Food and Drink Experiences in Newcastle
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