Newcastle Restaurant Week: Where Are You Eating?
This fantastic foodie event brings mouthwatering menus from over 100 restaurants to the table for one week this summer! Eat out at some of the city's finest and newest spots for just £10 or £15pp. It's too good to miss! Get your inspo below and download your vouchers HERE.
We’ve been talking to some familiar faces in and around the Toon, to find out where they are eating in NE1 this Restaurant Week!
FOOD BLOGGER, SCRAN ON THE TYNE
"I highly recommend Mr Petit. Nestled in Old Eldon Square, this cosy restaurant boasts character and flavours from around the globe. Menu highlights include punchy Jerk Chicken, sizzling Garlic Prawns and a cheese-addict’s dream: truffled Mac & Cheese. There's plenty to suit veggies and gluten-free folks, too. Small plates, big flavour!"
PRESENTER, SMOOTH RADIO
"The great thing about Restaurant Week is that you can stay in Newcastle and eat food from around the world. Zaap is my pick for Thailand-inspired treats and Dabbawal serves up a true taste of India - a great place to meet friends and get stuck in to a butter chicken! The Hudson delivers every time when it comes to New York-style cocktails and the famed 21 is a must for a special supper. I’ll probably be at Red Mezze, too!"
EDITOR, GET INTO NEWCASTLE MAGAZINE
"What a time to be a foodie in Newcastle! Restaurant Week is back and I've got my eye on some of the city's sparkling new openings including Nova Seafood & Grill and Tomahawk. Slurping up some sumptuous seafood over a crisp glass of white is my idea of heaven, so I'll certainly be rounding up the troops for a trip to this boutique bolthole on High Bridge. For something a little more 'hearty', I'll be making myself feel at home with a Teesside speciality at the Toon's new Tomahawk. Nothing beats a chicken parmo!"
FOOD EDITOR, LUXE MAGAZINE
“I love it when Restaurant Week rolls around - it’s the perfect excuse to get out and about, exploring Newcastle’s ever-growing foodie scene and trying new places. This summer, you'll find me digging in to tempting tapas and getting into the holiday spirit at Revolución de Cuba, indulging with carbs and cocktails at The Holy Hobo, and brunching it up at Filmore and Union."
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