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Newcastle Quayside Restaurants

Offering some fantastic views of the river Tyne, as well as the seven bridges that unite NewcastleGateshead, the Quayside is a vibrant area home to some of the best and most luxurious restaurants our region has to offer.

With so many great options it’s been hard to choose our favourites but after some serious consideration here is our rundown of the best Quayside restaurants in NewcastleGateshead.

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  1. Add Marco Polo Newcastle to your Itinerary

    Marco Polo Newcastle

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    Restaurant

    Newcastle Upon Tyne

    In the centre of Newcastle, just off the stunning Quayside at the bottom of historic, sloping Dean Street, Marco Polo restaurant and bar's impressive offering of stunning fresh food and extensive wine list make it one of Newcastle's premier eatieries

  2. Add Caffé Vivo to your Itinerary

    Caffé Vivo

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    Restaurant

    Newcastle Upon Tyne

    Italian at heart, Caffè Vivo brings a splash of sunshine to Newcastle’s Quayside. Café by day, simple supper place by night, eating here is about enjoying tasty and wholesome Italian-influenced food in relaxed, fun and informal surroundings.

  3. Add The Broad Chare to your Itinerary

    The Broad Chare

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    Pub/Inn

    Newcastle Upon Tyne

    The Broad Chare serve up honest, home-cooked food like pubs used to serve: tasty, satisfying, proudly British.

  4. Add Vujon to your Itinerary

    Vujon

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    Restaurant

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Luxury and food heaven combine to make Vujon a genuine Indian dining experience.

  5. Add Big Mussel to your Itinerary

    Big Mussel

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    Restaurant

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Big Mussel is a seafood restaurant and grill on Newcastle's Quayside offering mussels every-which-way. The portions are big so go easy on the side orders!

  6. Add The Brasserie at Sage Gateshead to your Itinerary

    The Brasserie at Sage Gateshead

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    Restaurant

    Gateshead

    The Brasserie at The Sage Gateshead offers modern British cuisine at one of the Quayside’s most famous landmarks.

  7. Add Cafe 21 to your Itinerary

    Cafe 21

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    Restaurant

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    The first, and still the flagship, of Terry Laybourne’s family of restaurants, Café 21’s sleek and modern surroundings reflect its menu of stylish, bistro dishes.

  8. Add Windows on the Tyne Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Windows on the Tyne Restaurant

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    Restaurant

    Gateshead

    Sample modern and local cuisine at this bright and airy Newcastle restaurant. Situated on the ground floor of the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead hotel, it enjoys views over the River Tyne. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner but closed for lunch at weekends.

  9. Add Quay 7 to your Itinerary

    Quay 7

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    Restaurant

    Quayside , Newcastle upon Tyne

    Quay 7 Bar in the Copthorne Hotel is the ideal place to relax with colleagues, family and friends.

  10. Add Raval Luxury Indian Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Raval Luxury Indian Restaurant

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    Restaurant

    Church Street, Gateshead

    Nestled in the heart of the prestigious Gateshead Quays, Raval Luxury Restaurant & Bar is the first Indian restaurant of its kind in the North East of England.