As the team at Levant Toon Restaurant will tell you themselves, until you dine here, you haven’t properly tried Levant food. Levant food, for the uninitiated, consists of the best flavours from Lebanese, Turkish, Greek and Syrian cooking, and this Newcastle restaurant proudly offers the most popular and well-loved dishes from each of these world-renowned kitchens. This is a very stylish and modern restaurant right on Barrack Road in Leazes, not far at all from St James’ Park and ideal for whatever your occasion might be. Try something a little different, try Levant Toon Restaurant.
Visited with my 16 month old son and work colleagues and we will definitely be coming back. Staff were amazing with my son. Food was superb. Worth every penny. Décor was really lovely.
Excellent good. Large portions would highly recommend place. Please note no bar so have to take own drinks which is good and make night cheaper
Went for tea with my friend on Monday with groupon voucher. Took my breath away when we walked in, was not expecting it to be so beautiful, seating so many more than I thought too. I’ve been to places before when using a groupon voucher and have been made to feel like we’re cheap skates, but at the end of the day who doesn’t want to save money on going out for food, days out etc. This was certainly not the case in Levant Toon. We were met by the waitress who was so lovely and friendly, food was amazing and value for money absolutely, I can’t recommend this restaurant highly enough with or without the voucher, I will definitely be going back again, thanks to everyone there 😄 5 xxxxx
Staff were great and the food was sublime. Couldn't have asked for a better lunch. We were greeted in a warm and pleasant manner and the food was very reasonably priced.
Very welcoming manager, a really good food experience as usual. This place has a really interesting menu with so much more than the ubiquitous kebabs, although you can order one if you want. Genuine Syrian recipes that we have only ever had home cooked before were fabulous. It also has the most divine bread that I could eat all night.
The 20th October turned out to be quite a disastrous evening. We were greeted by a very helpful girl and an extremely friendly manager who helped us with a choice of food as this was our first visit, on our wedding anniversary. The food that we had was excellent. We were excited about tasting more when.....the fire alarm went off! Very, very loud and piercing. We managed to get through our starter dish, accompanied by four firemen who had no success with turning the noise off. Very sadly we had to leave with the manager's compliments. Our ears are still ringing, but we will go again to hopefully finish off the wonderful tastes of Lebanese cooking.
Food was absolutely amazing! Lamb was so so tender and delicious! Mouth is watering thinking about it! Resturaunt is quite hard to find maybe some signage is needed for this hidden gem