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.
Went for Sunday lunch and it was absolutely delicious. Massive portion sizes, the meat had been cooked beautifully and to perfection, biggest yorkshire puddings, crispiest roast potatoes and really nice and well seasoned veg. Overall i would definitely recommend.
Some of the best food we have had in newcastle, in a lovely little resteraunt with great wines and excellent staff. We can't recommend enough!
We really enjoyed everything about our experience at The Patricia, everything was done with care and attention, from the service, to the wine, to every single bite of food. Everything was delicious, and we appreciated the chance to taste a few different wines before making a decision. We had a wonderful time, and will definitely be returning!
Our second visit to the restaurant, the Sunday roast is excellent. It is obvious how much care is taken with everything they do, even down to the bread and butter.
The Patricia is an excellent restaurant and bistro. The service was good and the atmosphere is brilliant. It's a small venue but has a cool feel about it. The food was really the high point of our experience. Remarkable dishes with interesting and flavourful ingredients prepared masterfully. The confit of lamb shoulder was incredible, especially because of the salsa verde it came with. The gnocchi appetiser was divine in the parmesan sauce. I'll also note that the wine selection is excellent and paired nicely with our food. This restaurant has just become one of my top three favourite restaurants in Newcastle.
Our first visit to The Patricia was to celebrate my husband's birthday. It's a lovely restaurant, very understated. Food in all 3 courses plus our snack of the Epoisses sandwich were absolutely delicious, some of the best food we have eaten. Service was very good although our wine arrived a little late. Unfortunately there were no alcohol free beers or wines on the drinks menu. Due to medical reasons my husband is able to drink only a very small amount of alcohol so will always look for an alcohol free alternative. Would have scored you 6 if alcohol free were available.
Food and service are both absolutely excellent - I've not had better in Newcastle but a bit more work needs to be done to the furnishings: - My chair had a very rough bit at the edge, if I had been wearing a delicate skirt or dress or even tights it would have almost certainly snagged - The toilet handle didn't work properly - The dark walls all over could do with being brightened in some places as its a bit oppressive - The outside could do with smart ending up, I know you maybe want to go for a shabby chic look but scruffier than Santana's next door isn't good. Only bothering to say the above as this is a really great restaurant, with excellent staff, but the owner needs to do just a bit of smart ending up
From entering to leaving The Patricia was a wonderful experience. The two young waiting staff were flawless in a very packed restaurant. The food was amazing and everything perfectly cooked and at a perfect temperature. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone.
Great restaurant- interesting menu, all perfectly cooked and with attentive and knowledgeable serving staff. We went for the early sitting at 6.15 and had the place to ourselves for an hour and a half Nice ambience - background music was mostly American 50's swing. Despite being on the busy main road, there was no traffic noise. 4 of us ate v tasty 3 course meal with a glass of wine for £115 which is also v good value for fine dining. We'll be back!
Great food, great service and great atmosphere! A good selection of wines, and ability to mix cocktails off menu too! Thoroughly impressed - definitely believe the hype! We went to Cafe Vivo for Restaurant Week the following Tuesday and had their braised beef and it was genuinely staggering how much better the Patricia's offering was! My only comment would be the location - need a larger restaurant close to bars for after dinner drinks! Thanks for a great evening.