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100 Restaurants in Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyne and its restaurants

A powerhouse of the North East, Newcastle upon Tyne is one of the UK's top tourist destinations thanks to its buzzing nightclubs and bars, and its restaurants are likewise hard to beat. Once known primarily for its shipbuilding industry, the city is now also a vibrant university town and a centre for the digital economy and the biotech industry, as well as the home of Newcastle Football Club. Drawing on the city's well-established Chinese, Indian and Eastern European communities, Newcastle upon Tyne's restaurants provide a real smorgasbord for the connoisseur of world cuisine. Whether you want to arrange a lunch-time meet-up or book a party table before hitting the clubs of the Diamond Strip, Quandoo is your go-to for the best restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Tomahawk Steakhouse - Newcastle

Quayside
Steak££££
5.3/6388
Tomahawk Steakhouse - Newcastle

Côte Newcastle

Princess Square
French££££
5.5/6449
Côte Newcastle

Antico Restaurant

Jesmond
Italian££££
5.5/6201
Antico Restaurant
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Avanti

Jesmond
Italian££££
5.6/6134
Avanti

Tavistock Italia @ The Board Inn

Birtley
Italian££££
5.5/6166
Tavistock Italia @ The Board Inn

Luciano's

Kingston Park
Italian££££
5.0/671
Luciano's

New New Bengal

Gosforth
Indian££££
5.3/657
New New Bengal

Poachers Cottage

Callerton
British££££
5.3/6126
Poachers Cottage

Red Mezze

City Center
Turkish££££
5.6/6231
Red Mezze

Tavistock Italia @ The Three Horseshoes

Downhill
European££££
5.6/6110
Tavistock Italia @ The Three Horseshoes

A Taste of Persia - Jesmond

Jesmond
Persian/Iranian££££
5.9/661
A Taste of Persia - Jesmond

A Taste of Persia - Newcastle

City Center
Persian/Iranian££££
5.8/630
A Taste of Persia - Newcastle

Toro's Steakhouse

City Center
Steak££££
4.2/632
Toro's Steakhouse

The Bake One

Gosforth
Lebanese££££
5.7/627
The Bake One

1964

Low Fell
British££££
5.7/657
1964

Jashn

Sandyford
Indian££££
5.6/673
Jashn

San Lorenzo - Gosforth

Gosforth
Italian££££
5.5/6388
San Lorenzo - Gosforth

Coop Chicken House

City Center
International££££
5.5/6170
Coop Chicken House

Sabatini

Quayside
Italian££££
5.5/615
Sabatini

Fells Kitchen

Low Fell
Italian££££
5.8/610
Fells Kitchen
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    Newcastle upon Tyne restaurants at the Quayside

    If you're looking for restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne with a reputation for chic, sophisticated fine dining, then the Quayside is the place to go. With its riverside views and Victorian Grade II-listed buildings, this glittering part of the city has attracted numerous award-winning chefs. Newcastle upon Tyne’s top restaurants are especially suitable for fans of modern British and continental cuisine. A plethora of dishes presenting traditional ingredients in dazzling new guises are on offer, be it wild rabbit with pumpernickel, turbot with polenta and beans, or Northumbrian venison with beetroot and peppercorn. Decorative themes such as exposed brick, dark wood and soft leather banquettes help to create an ambience of understated luxury – all of which you’ll find among the stylish restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne.
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    Restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne's city centre

    From the trendy, independent eateries of the High Bridge Quarter to the family-friendly choices of Eldon Square and the Edwardian charm of Grey Street, the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne boasts restaurants of every stripe. With so much competition going on, many of the restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne's city centre have colourful themes and unique selling points, including roof gardens, live sports, fascinating historic associations and sumptuous interior décor. Venues range from the small and intimate to the stunningly spectacular, while guests can opt for dishes of fragrant Turkish mezze, Mexican burritos, Spanish tapas and paella, authentic Thai and pan-Asian fusion, and much more. And let's not forget the Chinatown district centred around Stowell Street, where you can grab some tasty dim sum and crispy duck.
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    Entertainment and dining options abound at The Gate

    Want to combine a meal out with an afternoon or evening of fun? Then try the restaurants at Newcastle upon Tyne's The Gate complex. Here, you'll discover eateries, bars, discos, a multiplex and even a casino all under one roof, making it easy to move seamlessly from one activity to the next. The mood is upbeat, with the emphasis on light bites, sharing platters and a party vibe. For example, there are places that bring a touch of the Rio carnival to the North East with flavoursome Brazilian street food like salty cod fritters, chicken wings, crispy squid, and cheese balls – to name a few – simply order two or three plates of these savoury treats to share among friends, or opt for a half-rack of BBQ pork ribs in a fruity tropical sauce if you’re up for something more substantial. There are also excellent Stateside eats to be had in Newcastle upon Tyne's American diners – think Chicago pizza, potato skins with bacon, melted cheese and sour cream, high-stacked club sandwiches and seafood gumbo spiced with okra and peppers. With such a wonderful variety on offer at the restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne, isn’t it time you checked them out for yourself?