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Café 21

Address: Trinity Gardens
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01912220755
Site: www.cafetwentyone.co.uk
Cuisines: European, The Americas


Caffe Vivo

Address: 29 Broad Chare
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01912321331
Site: www.caffevivo.co.uk
Cuisines: Italian, Mediterranean


Jesmond Dene House

Address: Jesmond Dene Road
Price range: £41 and over
Phone: 01912123000
Site: www.jesmonddenehouse.co.uk
Cuisines: Chinese, European


The Living Room - Newcastle
The Living Room in Newcastle is situated on the first floor and basement within the old architecturally stunning group of Grade II listed buildings. The Living Room restaurant focus remains on sourcing the best quality ingredients, preparing them simply and delivering bags of flavour and texture on the plate. This is good, honest, robust and stylish food with its origins firmly in the European tradition. The Living Room in Newcastle has played host to many famous faces and the restaurant is the perfect place to indulge in dining luxury.
Address: 2-12 Grey Street
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: British


The Brasserie Black Door
Brasserie Black Door in Newcastle’s Biscuit Factory is a fabulous, relaxed space with an informal atmosphere, sister venue of the Black Door restaurant and even more popular. The décor is all style and comfort, combining warm colours, exposed brick, light wooden floor and leather seating with an art gallery running the length of the space. David Kennedy employs the freshest of ingredients for his seasonally changing Modern French menu that has reviewers trolling the dictionary for superlatives. Such is the attention to detail, the Brasserie Black Door commissioned a local brewery to create its own Black Door Lager. Fine food, relaxed atmosphere, excellent service.
Address: Biscuit Factory , Stoddart Street
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: French


The Spice Cube
The Spice Cube restaurant in the heart of Newcastle city centre is what being Indian is all about: modern, chic, now. This is casual, sophisticated dining in an eye-catching space at the top of The Gate leisure complex. The colours are curry and pomegranate with a gleaming glass-sided staircase, modern seating, space age lighting and design everywhere. Highly-respected chef Dinesh Rawat creates a menu of these-you-have-loved favourites and modern inventions and his gourmet nights really show what the kitchen can do. The lounge is a perfect spot to start and end your evening with modern Punjabi Zee music on the plasma screens. Professional, discreet service, kidz menu, and beautifully presented dishes. The Spice Cube is no square.
Address: The Gate , Newgate Street
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Indian


The Village at Lyons - Cafe la Serre
Cafe la Serre, with its oyster bar and splendid Turner designed conservatory, provides a more informal and relaxed setting, the glorious courtyard allows for open air dining in the summertime. With plans to open a bakery by summer 2007, Cafe la Serre is delighted to welcome Garrett Hennessy to the team as master baker. Garrett works throughout the night to have freshly baked breads ready for each restaurant. The daily bread selection is available to purchase from Cafe la Serre.

To book the Taste of Summer promotion for this restaurant, please call the restaurant directly.
Address: Lyon's Demesne Village, Celbridge
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other


Blackfriars Restaurant
Blackfriars Restaurant in Newcastle is Britain’s oldest purpose-built restaurant, dating back to 1239 when it was used as a refectory by hungry monks. Luckily the food is a bit more modern, and the award-winning menu and historical surrounds have made this one of Newcastle’s most popular restaurants. Whether you’re dining in the candlelit medieval banquet hall, the intimate dining room or the garden terrace, be sure to arrive early for a delicious cocktail at the bar. The menu never fails to impress, and favourite dishes include the wild rabbit stew with prunes, roasted almonds and Jerusalem puree and grilled scallops with roast pumpkin, French beans and beetroot coulis. Blackfriars Restaurant has an acclaimed wine list.
Address: Friars Street
Price range: £35 - £44
Cuisines:


Raval Luxury Restaurant & Bar
Nestled in the heart of Newcastle's prestigious Gatehead Quays, Raval is a stylish and sophisticated restaurant serving classic Indian cuisine with a contemporary twist. The restaurant is divided into three discreet dining areas – a luxurious main dining room, a secluded private dining space, and a chilled, contemporary lounge/bar. Raval's hand-picked team of Indian chefs combine the freshest, authentic ingredients and local produce with traditional cooking techniques to create a unique layering of flavours, and balanced, low-fat recipes. Favourite dishes include the prawn masala – tiger prawns cooked with onion, tomato, ginger, garlic and lime juice; the lamb pasanda – lamb cooked in a rich cashew nut and cardamom saffron sauce; and the sea bass cooked in coconut cream, tomatoes and spices.
Address: Church Street , Kent House, Gateshead Quays
Price range: £35 - £44
Cuisines: Indian


Billabong Bistro
Newcastle’s Caledonian Hotel is an urban retreat packed with contemporary styling. The accompanying Billabong Bistro is the ideal match to the young, modern venue – lively, stylish and fashionable. It takes a lot to stand out from the crowd in the trendy Jesmond area of the city. However Billabong combines a chic look with the added attraction of an outdoors terrace where you can watch the world go by in the summer months, making it a serious contender for the place to lunch. The eclectic menu fuses European dishes with Asian flavours all at a surprisingly reasonable price.
Address: Osborne Road, Jesmond
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Other


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