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5 Restaurants in Newcastle: Chinese

Newcastle-upon-Tyne means Chinese restaurants

It’s true that wherever you go in the UK you’ll almost certainly find an abundance of Chinese restaurants, but Newcastle-upon-Tyne is home to some outstanding ones that we’d recommend anybody go and try. But before we get into any specifics it’s important to stress that folks love their food up in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the city itself really isn’t very big. This means Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne are loved as part of the community perhaps more so than in other cities, giving them something of an edge when it comes to making you feel right at home. Indeed, Newcastle-upon-Tyne really does mean Chinese restaurants.

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Hei Hei

City Center
Hei Hei

Gosforth Palace

Gosforth Palace

Liu Dining

City Center
Liu Dining
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King Neptune

King Neptune

Easto Chinese

City Centre
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    Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne for any occasion

    The tight knit bond between Newcastle-upon-Tyne and its Chinese restaurants means locals are versed in knowing exactly which restaurant is right for which occasion. Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne are extremely varied in terms of price, atmosphere, size and indeed the food on the menus. Some restaurants lean towards Sichuan cooking while others focus more on Cantonese or dim sum, for example. Either way, it’s possible to find a Chinese restaurant in Newcastle-upon-Tyne for whatever your occasion might be, whether a big old buffet for a large group or a more intimate and chic restaurant for date night.
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    The Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne you definitely ought to try

    Hei Hei is without question one of Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s most popular Chinese restaurants. On Dean Street, not far at all from the Tyne Bridge, it was one of the first places in town to focus entirely on the delights of Sichuan cuisine meaning most dishes are served family-style so that you can enjoy dining communally as is customary in China. Also worth checking out is King Neptune on Stowell Street in the heart of Chinatown, a little gem because it offers an unrivalled selection of Chinese-style seafood dishes that go way beyond the norm of most other Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
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    Reserve the best Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne via Quandoo

    The final piece of good news, folks, is that all the best Chinese restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne are of course available to reserve via Quandoo. Scout out which is best for you using a range of filters including price and location, browse menus, read verified reviews from other diners and then reserve a table in seconds. It’s just as easy whether you’re using desktop of mobile – iOS or Android – then afterwards the only thing that’s left to do is tuck in your napkin, pick up your chopsticks (if you’ve got what they take) and enjoy!