Found on Bakehouse Hill in the main market square of Darlington’s town centre, The Pennyweight is a trendy twist on a traditional British gastropub, serving up tasty bar snacks and pub food favourites in a cosy setting that will make you feel right at home. Whether it's for some Sunday lunch, a family meal or to enjoy some drinks and listen to some live music in the evenings, The Pennyweight is a favourite among locals. Pair your pint with some merlot and chilli tomato meatballs or fish and chip bites, or go all out with options like the hunter’s chicken, bangers and mash, and halloumi burger – just remember to book a table in advance to avoid missing out!
Lovely friendly place in the town centre,we enjoyed our sharing platter and wine and have also had Sunday lunch here before and it is dog friendly
A great night was here, the food was yummy,some of the best chips I have ever had! And the music was fantastic (went on the jazz night)
Great food (burgers and parmos all-round) , excellent selection for drinks, especially IPAs and the band for the night, Hip Hop Hooray were fantastic! A fun night out!
the food was good really tasty like granny used to make really didn't have dessert as could not manage it the pub is good too and they can not do enough to help
We had to wait 50 minutes for our Sunday dinner to be served, there were plenty of empty tables so not sure why we had to wait so long. No explanation or apology when food arrived. Website said Sunday lunch was £7 but menu said £9. on the plus side food was lovely but not worth the wait
great food. clean restaurant. great array of options. just short staffed, only one woman front of house, taking orders, cleaning tables and bringing the food out. other than that, great experience.
Good friendly service and nice atmosphere. The meal was through a gift voucher and the food was good and well presented. A good variety of drinks.
Food was great but just too long coming One Hour? The place was just too loud but that was my fault for trying it out on a Friday night.