Best Places To Eat In Newcastle
Eating out has always been a popular choice for a date night, as couples can enjoy getting to know each other over good wine and delicious food. So, if you’re looking for somewhere to take one of our Mi Amour escorts for dinner, look no further.
1) Blackfriars Restaurant
According to the city’s official tourism site, Blackfriars Restaurant is by far the most popular choice for a romantic evening.
The restaurant is famed not only for its mouth-watering bistro menu but its ambience, being situated in a 13th century medieval friary. The historic venue is thought to be the oldest dining room in the whole of the UK, and boasts stained-glass windows and old-fashioned wooden tables and chairs.
Treat your date to either a delicious set menu, a la carte menu, Sunday lunch or afternoon tea, with some of the favourite dishes being lobster and salmon gratin, rare-breed pork loin chop, wild mushroom suet pudding and pumpkin and sage risotto.
2) House of Tides
If you’re looking for something special, consider House of Tides. This is the only restaurant in Newcastle that boasts a Michelin star, and its menu, designed by Kenny Atkinson, demonstrates why.
A sample menu includes Gougere, sourdough and cultured butter, Isle of Mull scallop with butternut squash, smoked bacon and truffle; Gigha halibut with mussels, turnip and caviar; Norfolk quail; venison with beetroot, elderberries and parsnip; a banana parfait and praline choux.
For something more Eastern, try Sachins Punjabi and Indian restaurant. This modern eatery offers both al fresco dining and comfortable indoor seating.
It is well-known for its authentic menu, which includes the likes of gunpowder chicken, karahi goshat, Goan machi, freshly baked rotis, and deliciously sweet Asian desserts.