Staff very friendly, food excellent well presented and cooked, pleasure to eat worth the wait. Historical surroundings.
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This is a lovely restaurant, and the set menu we had was great value for money. All the meal options looked great, and I had the vegetarian dishes. The risotto starter was fantastic, but the main course was a bit underwhelming, especially compared to what...More
Impressed by the great value of the lunch time menu. Same interesting, high quality dishes as served in the evening but at great value.
Office xmas lunch, my starter of 3 scallops on cauliflower puree was amazing, first time i'd tried scallops and they were delicious even though they were only very small but it was only a starter. I had the turkey with veg and for dessert the...More
The food was always very good, I went twice. The pig belly was scrumptious. The beer was great. What really surprised me was when I asked for hot sauce. I was expecting a vinegary Tabasco, but the Chef's make an amazingly hot sauce!
The lay out of the tables makes it impossible to be real silver service plates passed by hand to diners. not good
I'm regularly in Newcastle and this is one of my favourite places to eat, especially from the Early Menu. I'm meat free for Lent so chose the goats curd and salad starter which apple and walnuts which was delicious. The main of nibble and squeak...More
My husband and I came here for an anniversary dinner. The food we had was really nice however the restaurant itself was particularly cold - if you're going wear something warm!
Good roast easy walk from centre of Newcastle. Beef was cooked to perfection but as it's hidden under a lovely Yorkshire pud, you may want to just check how many slices you've been given. A couple of people on our table were short changed, but...More
This is worth a visit. Historical site with available restaurant. Right next to Chinatown and part of the old town wall