Best Brunch in NE1
What's the weekend without a bit of brunch with your besties? We can't think of a better way to refuel and recharge after a busy week than with a bite to eat and a bit of brunch at one of our favourite breakfast spots.
If you're going nuts for Nutella pancakes or you're crackers about a fry up fix, but you find yourself in a bit of a scramble about where to find your eggs on a morning - we've done the hard work for you and picked out some of our favourite spots in NE1 for brunching...
A little slice of France in the middle of the Toon, Les Petits Choux specialises in scrumptious pastries which have cheat day brunch written all over them. Bon appétit!
You no longer have to brave the meatballs at Ikea to experience Nordic cuisine in the North East. Dala Swedish Café is leading the way with sweet and savoury dishes to make your mouth water.
Browns might be famous for their afternoon teas, but go here for brunch and you're also in for a treat. Our favourite is the Browns lobster benedict - toasted English muffin, lobster tail, poached free range eggs, buttered spinach and hollandaise sauce. Yum! Sit back with a cuppa and watch the world go by on Grey Street.
Everything about Long Play Cafe is cool and current, but that's not to say it doesn't do a mean traditioanl breakfast. Catering for veggies too, it's a brunch lover's dream.
We can't think of a better way to start the weekend than with a walk along the Quayside followed by a delicious brunch at Quay Ingredient. Pass us the menu!
There's a reason this cool cafe is always buzzing - its brunch and its coffees are to die for to say the least. The perfect way to start a day in NE1 this autumn!
What's your favourite spot in town for brunch? We'd love to hear from you. Tag us in your pics on Instagram at @newcastlene1, tweet us at @NewcastleNE1 or keep us updated on Facebook at @GetIntoNewcastle.