Looking for the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day? Want to find the perfect place for a romantic meal in NewcastleGateshead? It’s often said that the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach, so what better way to show your other half your affection than enjoying a candlelight meal together in one of the top romantic restaurants in Newcastle Gateshead this Valentine’s Day?

There are plenty of fantastic restaurants across Newcastle to choose from, including some of the top restaurants in the North East. Whether you want to tuck into hearty British cuisine, the finest Italian foods or something a little more exotic, our guide will help you find the best restaurants in NewcastleGateshead so you have a Valentine’s Day to remember!



As a former inner-city 13th-century monastery, Blackfriars is an undeniably unique restaurant for a romantic evening.

Situated in the centre of Newcastle, their stunning medieval décor and traditional British cooking make this iconic restaurant ideal for couples who love real comfort food, paired with the beer and wine.


21, restaurant on Newcastle Quayside

This award-winning restaurant is a classic bistro-style eatery that creates simple, imaginative dishes of the highest standard.

Complete with sleek and modern interiors, it’s the perfect place if you want your Valentine’s Day to be a little more up-market but by no way pretentious. Here you’ll find delicious hearty bistro dishes with contemporary twists.

Hilton NewcastleGateshead

Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

Very few restaurants in NewcastleGateshead offer better views of the River Tyne than Windows on the Tyne. Part of Hilton NewcastleGateshead, it offers top quality food in a casual setting makes this a good choice for a relaxing meal before or after a romantic walk along the Quayside.

For an extra special romantic treat, why not spoil your partner with their popular Afternoon Tea where you can enjoy handmade tea sandwiches, scones and cakes with a classic cuppa or a glass of fizz.

Marco Pierre White at Hotel Indigo

Marco Pierre White at Hotel Indigo Newcastle

When it comes to famous names in the world of food and drink, they don’t come much bigger than Marco Pierre White. Located within the Hotel Indigo, this stunning steakhouse is a glamorous option for any couple looking for a lavish evening of fine dining, cocktails and Champagne.

Spacious and designed with affordable glamour in mind, you’ll definitely find the best steak in Newcastle for a truly special Valentine’s Day meal!

The French Quarter

The French Quarter Newcastle

The French are famed for oozing romance so let's hope a little rubs off with a visit to The French Quarter Newcastle. Not far from The Herb Garden which also appears on this list, The French Quarter is also nestled under the railway line in one of the historic arches beside Newcastle Castle. With a relaxed and socialable atmosphere, this intimate setting is a great place for a good glass of wine and a nibble on the fuss-free French cuisine.

Hotel Du Vin

Hotel Du Vin Newcastle

On the edge of Ouseburn and a stone's throw from Newcastle Quayside, Hotel Du Vin & Bistro is a great spot for fine dining in a down-to-earth, warm and relaxing setting. Once you have enjoyed a delicious meal, settle down in a large and comfortable chair beside the restored fireplace and enjoy a romantic glass of wine with your loved one. Hotel Du Vin have a particularly romantic Valentine's menu for you this year - enjoy a sumptuous three-course meal with a glass of Champagne for only £99 per couple.



SIX’s reputation for great food is well known across the region. With breath-taking panoramic views of the famous bridges, modern British cuisine and a chance to glimpse the art exhibitions of the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, it’s a favourite with hopeless romantics. If you really want to impress this Valentine’s Day, then SIX is definitely for you. With signature cocktails and even the option for Champagne afternoon tea, you’re guaranteed a relaxing evening with your partner.

The Botanist

The Botanist Newcastle

Experience a Valentine’s Day like no other with an evening meal at The Botanist. A recent addition to Newcastle’s ever growing list of new and exciting restaurants, you’ll find The Botanist located right next door to Grey’s Monument. With beautiful vintage-style interiors, you can enjoy fruity cocktails under the twinkling lights of the mezzanine bar before indulging in a range of Mediterranean style dishes such as hanging kebabs, as well as British classics like spicy sausage rolls and Scotch eggs.

Tuck into their tempting chocolate fondue dessert before heading to the rooftop terrace for stunning views overlooking Newcastle’s beautiful Georgian Grey Street.

The Muddler

The Muddler Newcastle

A recent addition to Newcastle's foodie scene, The Muddler is a surprising combination of Art Deco style glamour with Asian fusion cuisine. Another intimate setting in the heart of Newcastle, The Muddler is an ideal spot for a romantic meal for two - gold lined arches provide the perfect alcove for intimate dining and the mouth-watering menu lends itself to sharing.

We hope you’re inspired for Valentine’s Day with our selection of the best restaurants in Newcastle. Get in touch on Twitter @altweet_pet to share your favourite restaurants for Valentine’s Day in NewcastleGateshead.




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