Chinese New Year Parade Pit-stops in NE1
Make the most of the Chinese New Year celebrations in NE1 by stopping off at some of our favourite spots along the route...
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Umai Mi, Grey's Quarter
Check out this newbie near the Chinese New Year Parade starting point. Umai Mi is the place to be for a fine assortment of sociable, oriental food - from small eats and buns, to ramen, rice and stir-fry dishes.
La Yuan, Gallowgate
Stroll through the Chinese Arch and make your way to La Yuan on Gallowgate for a glorious feast inspired by the real flavours of Sichuan in southwestern China. The perfect spot for a foodie celebration!
Landmark, Stowell Street
This Chinatown favourite is the place to be for high-quality Chinese food in a stylish and sophisticated surrounding. Perfect for a family dinner or Chinese New Year celebrations with your chums.
Palace Garden, Stowell Street
Check in at this traditional Chinese restaurant where you can enjoy all the authentic dishes you can imagine and more! Anyone for some dim sum?
Wing Hong, Stowell Street
Inspired by Chinese culture and want to inject a bit of its vibrancy into your cuisine? Pick up some fresh and frozen Chinese foods from this oriental food market on Stowell Street.
Bubble Cha, Stowell Street
In need of a pick-me-up refreshment in the midst of all the celebrations? Stop by Bubble Cha on Stowell Street for a traditional Taiwanese tea!
Meet & Treat Cafe, Bath Lane
Meet your mates at Meet & Treat on Bath Lane for a delicious treat or two! This Taiwanese gua bao and noodle house serves up scrummy pan-Asian food and freshly roasted coffee.
Fujiyama, Bath Lane
Fancy a feast that incorporates all the senses? Swing by Fujiyama on Bath Lane for interactive teppanyaki dining at its finest!
Let us know where you stroll, sip and dine during this year's Chinese New Year celebrations in NE1! Tweet us at: @NewcastleNE1, tag us in your Insta posts at: @NewcastleNE1 and get in touch on Facebook at: @GetIntoNewcastle.