House of Tides
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Newcastle’s only Michelin star restaurant, a 5 minute walk away but make sure to have booked in advance for this one. Culinary delights for food fanatics.
Michelin Starred seafood in a Grade I listed building. This is definitely on the outside edge of "walking distance" being further along the river, but it's worth including in this guide.
With one Michelin Star and 3 AA Rosettes, House of Tides is a real treat. It is set within a beautifully restored Grade 1 listed 16th Century former merchants town house, located next to the Tyne Bridge. It is run by local Chef Kenny Atkinson.
Michelin starred restaurant on Newcastle's quayside. Delicious, top quality ingredients. A little more expensive than most restaurants in the area but perfect for a special occasion.
Set within the beautifully restored Grade 1 listed 16th Century former merchant’s town house, located just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Tyne Bridge. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin star and 3 AA Rosettes in 2015 followed by numerous prestigious awards. There are plenty of watering…
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“Lovely food and some of the best views of the city whilst you eat - particularly if you request a table by the windows. Situated on the 6th Floor of the Baltic Art Museum.”
- Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
“With their motto - proper pub, proper beer and proper food, the Broad Chare is just over the millennium bridge next to the Live Theatre.”
- Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Fresh locally sourced seafood dishes, enjoyed on the beach at King Edwards Bay! ”
- Poleca 15 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Newly renovated and reopened with a new menu. This is my favorite spot. Relaxed, friendly and quirky... Highly recommend the Po' boy sandwich”
- Poleca 7 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Jesmond Dene is a unique haven of peace and tranquility for the people of Newcastle. It is a narrow wooded valley that follows the river Ouseburn between South Gosforth and Jesmond Vale. This provides an important wildlife corridor right into the centre of Newcastle. There is a spectacular mix of native and exotic trees, and the Dene is home to a lot of wildlife, notably the Kingfisher, the Red Squirrel and many woodland birds. The Dene stretches for over three kilometres and has many areas of tranquillity, as well as ‘honey pots’ of activity. ”
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