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Friday night food and a few drinks with friends turned out to be quite an onerous experience. First, the pint, ordered a pint of theakstons best bitter and was served a flat pint of malt water. I told the bar staff who quickly told me...More
The Forth is no longer as quirky as it used to be following its makeover, but it’s still my go to spot for a drink in Newcastle with its extensive range of beers and ciders. Had an hour to kill on Saturday so popped in...More
Over priced for what it is, a bar close by has a better standard of food and cheaper. £2 for a lime and soda too. Food arrived luke warm but no point complaining as it was clear we’d only get it back heated up and...More
Popped in here when we were in Newcastle for a short trip.
We decided to have cod sandwich and chips. Chips were good but sandwich was very dry and the bread felt stale.
There was some sort of meeting going on and the people walked...More
Came here for a bite to eat on a Saturday evening. Really tasty food and 3 vegan options to choose from which is pretty good for a pub! But the music was so loud we could not hear each other across the table. The pub...More
We have been here a few times now when visiting Newcastle and have always had a good time. There is a good selection of gins (have to recommend Tarquin’s) and cocktails as well as beers and cider. We have always found the staff to be...More
I can't express how dreadful this pub and the food was. Disinterested staff, terrible food (Sunday roast - tepid, cold, tough meat, uncooked leeks, fish and chips over battered and overcooked to point of being burned), sour smell about the place and no soap in...More
Girls out shopping, fellas out drinking, we couldn't find this place so one of them had to come & find us, if the station is behind you walk to the left up past Greggs & hey ho there it is. It had a huge bar...More