Bessie Surtees House
The Tyne's northern bank was the hub of commercial Newcastle in the 16th century and on Sandhill a row of leaning merchant houses has...
Castle Garth Keep
The stronghold that put both the 'new' and 'castle' into Newcastle has been largely swallowed up by the train station, leaving only the...
St Nicholas Cathedral
An unspoilt, real-ale pub that is a favourite with more seasoned drinkers, be they the after-work or instead-of-work crowd.
This informal diner specialises in one of Europe's oddest national dishes – mussels and chips – the favourite nosh of the Belgians,...
Lonely Planet review
Local and not-so-local ingredients are given a simple Gallic twist at this brand-new bistro just off the Quayside. A great light lunch spot with big-window people-watching possibilities downstairs or a more substantial dinner in the upstairs dining room with Tyne views – whenever you come the food, plated up by a real French cook, is first rate.