The good people of the North East know how to enjoy themselves, and it isn’t for no reason that tourists come from all over the United Kingdom – indeed from all over Europe – to party in the area. While Newcastle city centre might draw the majority of revellers into the Bigg Market and beyond, out in Tynemouth there is a place that is the equal of any of the major nightspots in the form of How Do You Do on Hudson Street. They offer a classy and sophisticated evening out, with a huge cocktail menu, regular live events and a tapas menu that is perfect for sharing a social setting. We’d recommend going for the full out out experience, getting dolled up and hitting the tiles, or for the more refined, turning up for a proper Afternoon Tea serving. Either way, you’re sure of a special experience when you book a table online and make the journey to How Do You Do on Hudson Street in Tynemouth.
The menu itself had lots of options which included an early bird menu. The food was lovely and presented great! The service was fast. We were sat over looking a lovely view.
Enjoyed a Lovely Mad Hatters afternoon tea at How do you do! We had a lovely window seat to take advantage of the views, would recommend and will definitely return.
Excellent service in restaurant with amazing views. Food was also superb, I would not hesitate to come back again or recommend it to anyone else.
Amazing food and service. Really consistent in the quality and presentation. Great variety on the menu and very good value for money. We’ve never been disappointed here and keep coming back.
Spent a lovely afternoon at How Do You Do enjoying their mad hatters afternoon tea for my partners birthday, incredible setting looking over the mouth of the Tyne and the staff were AMAZING! We have already booked to go again next week for another family birthday and cannot wait!! Thank you so much :)
Food was excellent, especially the sticky toffee pudding which is the best I have had in a long time. I would have given this a 6 but was disappointed by the lack of variety of the menu when we arrived. There was no pan fried chicken on the main menu or rice pudding on the puddings as shown on the website menu. Service was also a little slow, we waited 45 minutes for our main course but I think that was due to the restaurant being so busy. Would definitely go back to this restaurant.
Food was lovely...... however the service needs to be worked on after arriving having a table already booked we were told we would have to wait to be seated which was fine but the way we were told this wasn’t very welcoming! When mains came out we had no knife and folk we had to ask and waited 5 min to receive them with or mains getting cold....ordered a glass of wine waited 10mins to receive that think she forget! The other staff seamed very friendly maybe the person serving us was having an off day.....
The location was beautiful right above the fishquay and looking out over the river. The roast dinner was too small the portion you received and the meat was overlooked. The fish and chips was nice. However my friend ordered the burger and was told they had ran out only to see half an hour later other people getting burgers. When I questioned the waitress on this she said they had just had a delivery, although it was a Sunday at 5:30! I would recommend for drinks, maybe we just got a bad day for food.
This was lovely, not over busy so you could chat without having to raise your voice; quaint and quirky, furniture is a miss match but it looked perfect, the little things make the difference. Staff were all lovely and friendly too. Would have liked a bit more selection on the cakes :)
Staff were friendly and attentive, food was very good quality and value and the venue had a fabulous view over the quayside. Background music was not entirely appropriate to the venue or food though. Will definitely be booking again!