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.
Restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne
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We are the North East’s leading on foot food tour. Let us take you on a culinary journey and explore Newcastle’s vibrant food scene. Sample locally sourced produce from some of the cities finest independent eateries. All of our tours include food and drinks in each eatery. We also offer bespoke tours, ideal for birthdays, hen parties or even cooperate events.
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We are Drop Everything And Drink, part of the Black Storm Brewery Group. We are an expanding business based in Whitley Bay which showcase not only our own Craft beers but others from around the UK and further. We are the home of craft beer in Newcastle.
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Saraphee Thai Catering offers short classes teaching you how to cook authentic Thai cuisine. Join a small group to learn how to make some of the most popular dishes and eat what you make enjoying your spicy dishes with a complementary glass of wine or a soft drink. If you'd like to bring a group with you just let us know and we can reserve the day for you for as many friends as you want.
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Our workshops are specialised in French patisseries: brioche, pain au chocolat, mille-feuille, profiteroles, macarons... Each session (between 2 and 3 hours) is £50 . By the end of the session, you will be the proud possessor of your own expertly-made patisserie and a recipe booklet. Private session available: £75 per person for a one-to-one or for 2 £50 for group of 3 and above
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Blackfriars offers an exciting range of regular cookery courses from bread making, dinner party cooking, children's cookery, vegetarian cooking as well as bespoke events for small groups of six to larger parties of up to 50 people. Ideal for private or corporate events. The school is located above Blackfriars Restaurant along with a Wine, Whisky and Beer Tasting room dating back to 1239.
What a great gift this was a day at cookery school. A warm, friendly welcome. Demonstration from chef first then off to make the same with the professionals wandering round chatting, advising and helping. I’ve leant to make a variety of dishes that I will definitely be making again.
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Anarchy Brew Co. started life back in 2012 in Morpeth, Northumberland, and has built up a reputation for producing quality beers packed with well-balanced flavours. Following on from the success of core beers such as Blonde Star and Citra Star, the brewery has expanded over the past seven years to creating more iconic beers, in keg, cask, and their new 440ml cans. October 2018 saw the brewery move to a bigger site in Walkergate, Newcastle upon Tyne, with the addition of a new taproom playing host to tap takeovers, brewer meet-ups, gigs, DJ sets, and other popular events every Friday and Saturday. Beers from Anarchy Brew Co. can now be found across the globe, proving popular in Russia, Italy, Finland, and many other countries, and with recent collaborations with 7 Fjell Bryggeri (Norway), plus several more in the pipeline, the brewery continues to go from strength to strength.
I had the best burger ever from here, my friend recommended the roller derby inspired Tyne and Fear burger. Chips were top notch as well, looking forward to coming back here
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Live your Chocolate Love Story at La Chocolatrice School of Chocolate, in the heart of Newcastle. Book your chocolate workshop or bespoke chocolate making party today to take a step into the exciting world of chocolate. At La Chocolatrice you will learn exciting recipes from around the globe, and be taught the tips and tricks of a chocolatier.
My sister and I treated ourselves to a chocolate making workshop in February 2020 as part of a long weekend to Newcastle. I was delighted to find that the workshop was just the two of us and Zoë, the owner of La Chocolatrice (for me, as an introvert, part of the stress of workshop-type experiences is having to interact socially with other people) so it felt like a really relaxed and calm environment in which to concentrate on ... chocolate! Zoë was an excellent guide and made the 2 hour workshop interesting and fun. She was also really informative on little indie cafes we could go to as part of our trip, which we really appreciated. During the workshop we learned how to make truffles, chocolate flakes, peppermint chocolate crisps and took away all the chocolatey fruits of our labour (plus we bought some more of Zoë's creations to take away, most of which didn't survive the train journey back up to Scotland). Zoë provides recipes for how to recreate the workshop experience at home, and during the Covid-19 lockdown she introduced an online shop for her business which I have indulged in a few times, always receiving high quality chocolate very quickly with a lovely personalised touch. My overall experience of La Chocolatrice has been wonderful, and gives you something that not only tastes great, but gives you a warm and happy feeling long after.
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