REVIEWS


Newcastle Restaurant, Cafes & Eating Out Reviews

Six, BALTIC - Private dining with the best views in town

Ernest - Lovely place and lovely food

Pleased to Meet You, Highbridge - Gin, Gin and average food

Cafe 21 - Newcastle's best restaurant

Anarchy Brew Co & The Broad Chare - When good food, meets good beer

Hotel du Vin Sunday Brunch - A brunch which is really a sunday lunch

Electric East - Former Barn Asia finds its form again

Cal's Own Pizza and Slice House - the best pizza in Newcastle

The Stand Comedy Club and Bistro - one of the most exciting menus in the city at great prices

Garden Kitchen - Sophisticated lunch in an unlikely spot

Red Mezze - Homely Turkish food and traditional grilled meats

The Red House - Pie, Mash and Ale House

The Grazer's Joe Beef Inspired Supper Club - Pulled pork in a shipping container

Fries & Dolls - Quayside market sandwich stall, greasy goodness

BlackFriars - No messing about, just seriously good, honest food using top quality local produce

Pan Haggerty - A nice, if somewhat disappointing lunch

Popolo & Alvinos - Some of my favourite places for cocktails

Caffe Vivo - The place to go for incredible Italian and 1kg steaks

Pasqualino's - Italian in the Theatre

Jesmond Dene House Hotel - Fine dining and finer hotel rooms

102 Street Food - Grab a banh mi, if you can find it

BrewDog, Dean Street - The best new bar/pub in town to try hundreds of craft beers

Dabbawal, Highbridge Street - Incredible Indian street food at great prices

The Feathers Inn, Hedley on the Hill - British pub of the year

9 Bar Coffee, Grey Street - Hip and tiny coffee joint with the best sandwiches

Pizza by the Slice, Grainger Market - The best lunch for under £2

Little Saigon, Bigg Market - Vietnamese in an unlikely spot

The Butterfly Cabinet, Heaton - Burgers and breakfasts for the student hangover

Albaik, Byker - The most incredible Lebanese food

The Broad Chare, Quayside - A proper sort of British pub

The Town Wall, Pink Lane - For after work drinks

The Fat Hippo, West Jesmond - Big, beautiful burgers

Panis Cafe, Highbridge Street - Traditional Italian, not a pizza in sight

Cafe 21 Fenwicks, Northumberland Street - The poshest lunch in town


Restaurants & Adventures Further Afield

Patty and Bun, James Street, London - Possibly London's best burger?

Baltzersens & Bettys, Harrogate - Scandinavian treats and traditional teas

Wishbone Chicken, Brixton Village - Hipster KFC

Joseph Benjamin, Chester - Sophisticated lunch spot

Good pubs around the North - All of Newcastle's best pubs, my natural home

Eating my way around Berlin - Cheap booze + good food = Berlin

Eating in Copenhagen Part 1 - Mikkeller, Kødbyen, Vesterbro, a city as amazing as it is costly

Eating in Copenhagen Part 2 - Coffee Collective, Meyers Bakery, Granola, Sweet Treats

Top Tips for Eating & Shopping in Edinburgh - Miro's Cantina, Hanging Bat, Lucky Liquor Co

Ondine, Edinburgh - World-class seafood restaurant

Books, words and other things

Put an Egg on It Magazine

Jerusalem by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi

Some of my favourite food writing 



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