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It’s no secret that pubs and taverns are a quintessential part of British life, and the Merchants Tavern in Newcastle pays homage to this fact. This cosy and inviting gastropub is located on the beautiful marina of St Peter’s Wharf and boasts stunning views of the River Tyne where guests can sit back, relax and enjoy a pint or two while sampling the delicious and wholesome British fare on offer. Moreover, with an extensive beverage selection and exceptional service to boot, The Merchants Tavern in the heart of the city centre is gastropub dining at its very best. Book a spot and find out why.
Newcastle is the lucky home to one of the best taverns in the North East. The Merchants Tavern is nestled away at St Peter’s Wharf and specialises in giving its patrons a relaxing dining experience and in developing its varied weekly British-inspired menus with the finest regional ingredients. This independent pub has a passionate team that prides itself on sourcing produce from the fields, foragers and fishermen from around the Newcastle area, and it’s certainly paying off.
With a sensational British menu including a much-loved traditional Sunday roast, it’s also the location of this Newcastle favourite that attracts the punters. Located in the city centre, The Merchants Tavern has nabbed itself a prime position overlooking the River Tyne, adding to the ambience of this stylish pub. So whether you’re up for a classic British feed, a relaxing pint or tipple, The Merchants Tavern is the spot for you – and you’ll find them on St Peters Wharf where the team is waiting to give you a dining experience you’re not likely to forget. Booking ahead is recommended.
Fantastic place and food was beautiful . Staff were very helpful and knowledgeable . Will certainly be back for more meals . Highly recommend this place
Food tasted great, service was good, definitely go back again. Going to a wedding here next year, so came along to have a look around, a great choice I think.
Excellent service. Food was fab. My wife and I went for Sunday lunch after a recommendation and we were not disappointed. Best roast potatoes I've ever had.
The food was beautifully prepared and well thought out. It's a lovley setting and the service was good. The price was very good for the standard of food. My only small niggle was that the deserts seemed a bit of an after thought ( which is often the case in very small kitchens with no proper pastry cheffs). We went at 8 on a Saturday night and were the only ones eating. I know its a bit out of town but I think it is only a matter of time before the word gets out how good it is. I would defiantly go again.
Good food and service. Far too loud with the local boat club giving speeches. It stopped us being able to speak to each other as they were so loud I couldn't hear my family. But pleased with the food as ever.
Relaxed nice setting, staff friendly and polite. Sunday lunch good apart from my husbands roast beef. We were asked how to have it cooked - well done our preferd choice. However came rare. He tryed to eat it. Otherwise everyhing was nice. Would not let this put me off though.
Good quality food and service, lovely location. We had Sunday lunch which was excellent along with a good selection of drinks to choose from, only downside was the card machine was not working, so cash only.
Food was fine, nothing exceptional but service was poor. Waiter spilled full glass of drink over table and us!! Full of apologies but still charged for drinks, no consideration given to reducing bill as compensation.