Dining Out at Newcastle Quayside Restaurants

There are many restaurants littered along Newcastle Quayside that offer splendid food along with great views. For modern Italian cuisine check out Gusto. With its grand, classical interior and floor-to-ceiling windows, making a reservation on the website is highly recommended. They offer a lunch menu of reasonably priced Italian favorites, while in the evenings the extensive a la carte menu is available. For those wanting a more Asian flavor, Hana Hana, a Japanese restaurant, and the Indian Komal Balti House both open beginning in the early evening.

Newcastle Restaurants with Michelin Stars

Newcastle has recently become a booming foodie hub; a notion cemented by the presence of several Michelin star restaurants. One of the most popular is Marco Pierre White's Steakhouse Bar & Grill Newcastle. This one-hundred-seat bar and grill offers classic grill dishes such as steak and fish, as well as a selection of vegetarian options. A little out of the town centre, but offering something completely different is Jesmond Dene House. This country style hotel offers everything from breakfast to afternoon tea, and is suited to special occasions, casual dining and business lunches. Booking here is highly advised, and although it cannot be considered cheap, it is very reasonable considering the standard of food, level of service and the overall experience.

Budget Options When Eating Out in Newcastle

There are many options available to those who are looking to eat out on a budget. One of the best in Newcastle is Zapatista Burrito Bar. Though the burrito has become relatively commonplace on the British restaurant scene, a quality addition is always welcome. The funky pink interior is the ideal casual setting for a tasty Mexican feast. Another excellent budget dining option is Cook House. Located in a converted warehouse-style building, they have a focus on quality locally produced food. The only downside to this place is that, while it does open early for breakfast, it also closes in the afternoon and remains shut on Saturdays and Sundays. However, the standard of food is worth making a visit during the week. In addition, they will open for party bookings on request. Food schools and events are also available; check the website for details. Other establishments that are worth exploring include The Bridge Tavern, a microbrewery serving light snacks and full meals, while The Sausage Emporium serves a wide selection of, well, sausages in a creative, tasty and pretentious free manner.

Where to find Deals, Offers and Special Events

If you're looking for a lunch deal or special events such as the local markets then Get Into Newcastle has a wealth of information. The website is easy to navigate and lets you search happy hours, deals and Newcastle restaurants by cuisine. They also regularly publish information about new restaurants opening across the city, making it a handy guide.

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