City Centre Dining in Newcastle

Newcastle has a world wide reputation for hospitality and friendship. With a city centre that has been carefully updated to retain it's grandeur, but accommodating shopping, fine dining and entertainment. This is a vibrant and cultured city centre with tourists traveling from around the globe to experience its many attractions. With easy transport links from the Metro, East coast main line and A1 to the Newcastle International Airport and the Ferry Terminal at North Shields, Newcastle has a fantastic cultural diversity.

The city attracts visitors with its new Millennium Bridge at Newcastle Quayside, the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts and the Norman Foster designed Sage Gateshead music centre. There has never been a better time to visit, with Newcastle Quayside a thriving and cosmopolitan area for restaurants and bars.

While out shopping in the Eldon Square Shopping Centre, the Monument Mall or Northumberland street and looking for a quick bite to eat, Newcastle restaurants cover every dining requirement. Round off an exciting evening when visiting the Theatre Royal or the Northern Stage with a candle lit dinner for two.

Newcastle restaurants give you an enviable choice of dining experience. 'Modest budget' to 'blow the budget' Newcastle restaurants can cater to your every requirement. Newcastle city centre dining has it all, with traditional dining and fine wines, to quick and easy diners.

You'll find a Newcastle restaurant to suit your taste, with city centre restaurants encompassing French, Italian, American Spanish, Greek Japanese, Polish, Moroccan, Indian, Persian, Malaysian and the Chinese restaurants of Stowell Street.

Celebrate Chinese New in a restaurant in China Town, the Newcastle Beer Festival in May; EAT, the Newcastle festival of food and drink, and the Newcastle Mela. All special dates for 'foodies' to note.

It's not surprising that Newcastle restaurants have attracted many top chefs.