Dear diners, please be aware that due to high demand tables booked online are available for 2 hours only. To enquire about a lengthier booking, please contact the restaurant directly.
With rave reviews since its opening on Jesmond Road in December 2016, The Patricia Jesmond is a must-visit restaurant for those with a love of gastronomy. Head chef and owner Nick Grieves, formerly of London’s Michelin-starred The River Cafe and Simon Rogans Fera, is transforming the way we think of high-end dining with impeccable, yet relaxed service, as well as a menu of unpretentious British bistro-style dishes with hints of modern European influences. Sit back and relax while you enjoy the delicious food at this Newcastle hotspot in the leafy neighbourhood of Jesmond. Most importantly, have fun!
The best way to describe the menu of The Patricia Jesmond – located in Newcastle’s leafy Jesmond district – is thoughtful. It is clear that head chef and owner, Nick Grieves takes inspiration from the environment around him and sources only the highest quality produce available seasonally to create remarkable classic British dishes with European inspiration. Not to be assumed as a strictly fine dining establishment, The Patricia located on Jesmond Road also taps into the enjoyment of dining out, and the fun in being with friends or family and sharing a delicious meal together.
While lunch is focused on smaller dishes intended for sharing, dinner consists of four courses with your choice of creative and delicious snacks, starters, mains and desserts. The wine list here is both classic and obscure, offering a wide selection by the glass with the opportunity to sample current blackboard specials from Burgundy to Rhon, and the biodynamic to the natural. Named after Grieves’ grandmother, The Patricia Jesmond has attracted foodies in the Newcastle area since its opening in December 2016. If you love sensational cuisine, this gastronomic delight will delight your senses, so be sure to reserve your table at Newcastle’s favourite newcomer, The Patricia Jesmond, ahead of your visit to avoid disappointment.
Lobster pasta, vitello tonnata, leg of mutton, ricotta gnudi with truffle, excellent and unusual wines, tiramisu and fennel and honey panacotta. Perfectly cooked and served by helpful cheery staff. At a very reasonable price for that standard of cooking. Wish we lived a bit closer.....
On a hot, dusty summer's day, The Patricia was a welcome oasis of calm. The lunchtime menu comprised smaller, sharing plates, many with an Italian influence, and all of them delicious. The dishes were served at just the right tempo (not all in a rush, which is often a problem with small plate dining) by a friendly, knowledgeable waitress, and decent, reasonably-priced wines were available by the glass. Highly recommended, and we're definitely keen to make another visit.
Excellent food and service. This was our second visit to this great restaurant and we will be back again. We had a very enjoyable night, thank you.