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10 Restaurants in Ryton

Make a date to try Ryton's favourite restaurants

Ryton's restaurant scene is one of the most vibrant in the North East. So, whether you're a local looking to expand their dining horizons or you live in Newcastle Upon Tyne and want to explore the suburbs, it's an excellent place to explore. The area has a diverse collection of venues, so there should be somewhere for any occasion. If you’re in the mood for a traditional feed, British gastropubs like the Black Bull at Wylam are making a name for themselves with the excellent Sunday lunches and exquisite versions of classics like fish and chips.

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Ma'ida Table Spread

Walbottle
Indian££££
5.1/69
Ma'ida Table Spread

The Bindi

Denton Burn
Indian££££
5.0/61
The Bindi

The Black Bull

Wylam
British££££
The Black Bull
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Michelangelo's Ryton

ryton
Italian££££
6.0/61
Michelangelo's Ryton

Tomahawk Steakhouse - Newcastle

Quayside
Steak££££
5.3/6391
Tomahawk Steakhouse - Newcastle

Tomahawk Steakhouse - Potto

Potto
Steak££££
5.5/61018
Tomahawk Steakhouse - Potto

Bellini - Seaburn

City Centre
Italian££££
5.7/6720
Bellini - Seaburn

Chadwicks Inn - Maltby

Maltby
British££££
5.4/6366
Chadwicks Inn - Maltby

The Devonport

Centre
British££££
5.3/654
The Devonport

The Violet Green

Norton
British££££
5.3/632
The Violet Green
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    Ryton's restaurants include great Italian and Indian options

    Then again, there's much more to discover among Ryton's restaurants than pub grub. If you want a healthy, delicious continental meal, why not have a look at local trattorias like Michelangelo's? With its outdoor terrace, it is the perfect dining spot during the warmer months, but honestly their quattro stagioni pizzas hit the mark at any time of year. Then there are subcontinental standouts such as Bindi in nearby Denton Burn, which serves less common Indian delights like shahe duck or robja, which mixes up chicken tikka with minced meat. But no matter where you decide to eat, you're in for a gourmet treat!