Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Newcastle upon Tyne. Once a shipbuilding city, Newcastle's flashier claim to fame is nightlife. Throw in a heap of premium restaurants serving foods from all over the world and it's no wonder young partiers choose to blow their hard-earned (or not-so-hard-earned) cash in Newcastle. While these amenities are certainly a draw for the hipsters and culture-seekers, it's the locals that make Newcastle a truly special place to visit. "Geordies," as they are often called, embody the pride, industriousness and resilient spirit of their city.
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4 based on 479 reviews
Service attentive, genuine local staff, food excellent (I haven't had better restaurant lasagne anywhere else) good value, unpretentious, clean, family friendly if a little noisy when we visited (5:30 on last Friday of the school hols), Its a lunchtime to early evening sort of place, not late eats. PROPER PIZZA OVEN, and BYOB policy (wine glasses provided) helps keep the bill low. (local land covenants prohibit alcohol on-sales) What is not to like? Three courses on a Friday evening for four, soft drinks for driver, table water and use of wineglasses Â£46:00. (Plus the bottle of wine bought at the supermarket on the way!) And tasty. Good veggie options too. Snobs will hate it (and do!), decent folk will appreciate it (and do!) and foodies should give it a try. Will go again.Hi Francis,Thanks for the lovely review! We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your recent dining experience here with us! We look forward to seeing you again soon. Many Thanks Achellos :)
4 based on 393 reviews
The food at Antico is delicious and of the highest standard; from the homemade pasta, pizza and parmigiana to the gelato everything is great! The atmosphere is relaxed and service top rate. Highly recommended!
4 based on 1070 reviews
Opened in 1995 as the first true Italian/Sardinian cafe, we have served traditional Sardinian foods but weâve never stopped innovating, and making exciting Sardinian themed dishes. We hope to take you away from todayâs hectic lifestyle and offer you the c
Brought friends for lunch on an impromptu visit. Seated swiftly and provided with menus which had great choice. We ordered pasta with a few amendments (ni chilli for one, extra chicken for another) and this was accommodated, proving to us that nothing was a problem and even the sauces were freshly made.Most astonishing was the excellent customer service and value for money. Brilliant staff, thank you. And 3 mains, 2.sides, a coke and bottle of prosecco for shy of 60 quid. Total bargain.
4 based on 303 reviews
Discover our exciting Mediterranean wine bar and restaurant, Fuego. Enjoy Mediterranean inspired tapas, charcuterie and hand-stretched pizzas. Walk-ins are welcome and a limited number of tables are available to book in advance.
We've been eating in Fuego now since it opened, however ashamed to say we've never tried their pizzas! Until recently... now it's our go-to-place for a good pizza (especially the bianco pizzas with bÃ©chamel sauce) that are so tasty with fresh & unusual ingredients. Try the mushroom with truffle oil, or tuna with manchego and black olives - you won't be disappointed. Great service from the staff and excellent wine choices.
4 based on 733 reviews
Sleek and seductive, Malmaison offers a daringly fashionable setting for sampling sumptuous flavours. Committed to serving the highest quality ingredients, Malmaison sources honest produce from treasured suppliers, and crafts a cutting-edge reinvention of
We were a group of ten friends whom I had invited to celebrate our Golden Wedding. My wife and I had been before with my daughter's family and really enjoyed it.This occasion was also excellent. We had a table to ourselves so it felt quite special. Drink orders were taken quickly and whilst the wine was served quickly the beers weren't. Apparently the keg needed changing but I did think we could have been informed earlier as there was quite a delay. I had to chase up the non delivery which wasn't good. We had several bottles of an excellent merlot plus some excellent real ale.The food on the other hand was excellent. The chef's table was groaning with food and had something for every taste. I particularly enjoyed the seafood. Most of us felt full even before ordering our main courses. A wide variety of main courses were chosen from the belly pork, roast dinner to the burger. All were prenounced delicious and were all reasonable sized portions.Desserts were also excellent and a reasonable choice. Coffee followed and again there was a good choice.The service apart from the beers was very well paced and served in a friendly professional manner.We will certainly return as the lunch felt special and was in my view excellent value for the quality of the food and service provided.Dear NIRS3,Thank you for taking the time to write a lovely review for us.Firstly you have my apologies for the delay in the beers being served to your table this should not have happened and thank you for your patience. I'm glad you enjoyed all our food offerings and felt you had great value with the meal, I will pass on to our team how much you enjoyed their professional service also.We hope to see you again very soon.Kind regardsJohnathan StoreyBar & Brasserie Manager
5 based on 157 reviews
We are an Italian Pizzeria take away with a seating area for 22 people. We serve lunchtime full pizza and pizza slices (available until 14.30pm)
THE BEST PIZZA! Authentic Italian, very friendly staff. The pizza is so good, my husband and I planned our new house purchase within distance to this restaurant.Very affordable and extremely tasty.It won't disappoint
4 based on 246 reviews
Bringing a mono concept in the form of a fresh pasta bar to the lunch time options of Newcastle. Our golden signiture pasta will be hand rolled daily. We aim to provide a product that is both honest and great value for money in a relaxed environment. Whet
The food was all good, interesting modern takes on old dishes. The staff were excellent, very helfpul and friendly, and happy to accommodate our need to eat and get away to the theatre pretty swiftly. Only downside was the noise: the place needs acoustic attention, as even at 6pm when it was only partly full, we could hardly hear each other because of the way the sound bounced around the restaurant. A real shame, so much so that some of our party said they would not return despite the very good food.
5 based on 168 reviews
Welcome to Topolino ! A restaurant ran by Chefs of highest standards. We offer an Authentic Italian Cuisine, finest Wines and 5â â â â â Service!
We have wanted to try for a while so today was the day we Loved it we travel to Italy regular so wanted a real taste of hubby started of with muscles in spicy sauce we shared a Rosemary sea salt focaccia so tasty then we had seafood pasta and risotto we could have been in attentive staff fab family run business. Intimate with classy decor comfy also really full but we had to try the tiramasu gold star Given will return forgot to take pic tiramasu love the menu good choice wine Thank you for a good dinning experience x
5 based on 252 reviews
Been so many times now and every time the food is amazing and very reasonably priced. A brilliant range of vegetarian and gluten free meals, which all my family and friends love. Two things seperate this place from everywhere else. Firstly the wheelchair access is fantastic, with easy access and a wonderful accessible toilet... but the best bit is the people who work there... always smiling, always happy to see you and will do anything to make you feel totally at home. Can't recommend this place enough... Thank you to the La Famiglia Team for being the best ever xx
5 based on 682 reviews
Pizza , Sardinian Tapas ,pasta , lasagne , seafood Salads , Breakfast Menu , Cakes ,Croissants , Deli , Sandwiches , Coffees , Teas , Wines and Beers
It isn't quite the "authentic Italian" that the review in the Financial Times suggested, but it wipes the floor with most high street Italian restaurants. Following the FT's advice, we had the meatballs polpette. Excellent. The risotto funghi was also better than most. A good Primitivo, better than many. (Nice with the meat balls.) Pity it was down to small bottles of Prosecco rather than something a bit different. Italians have a much better choice of sparkling wines that we see in the UK. And don't even think of asking for Prosecco in Bologna.Excellent seafood pasta, with no attempt to sprinkle parmesan on top. (A crime against cooking that they did try in another Italian restaurant in London recently.) This is the sort of place that you'd love to have round the corner. Good service and a silly price. I mean <Â£90 for so much good food and wine? We paid twice that the next day for a decidedly average meal.Just one problem, the taxi driver had a problem finding the place. It hardly stands out in the dark.
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