Best Gastropubs In Newcastle

For restaurant-quality grub within the classic British surrounds of a local boozer, these venues come out on top. Whether you're after somewhere that's made it into the Michelin Guide or a recommendation that also has its own microbrewery, check out our guide to the best Newcastle gastropubs.

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Last updated on 28th May 2024

The Town Wall

After the best gastro pubs in Newcastle for food? The main menu at The Town Wall promises everything from seafood chowder to Buffalo cauliflower wings and Korean-fried chicken burgers, bringing an international flavour to your meal.

The Forth

One of the best gastro pubs in Newcastle city centre, The Forth has many different kitchen residents for you to get stuck into. From a Southern-fried chicken twist on a gravy-soaked dinner to Ruby Jean's burgers and poke bowls or plant-based curries courtesy of Veg Heads, there's something for everyone.

The Bridge Tavern

For the best gastro pubs in Newcastle Quayside, look no further than The Bridge Tavern. Not only does it have an extensive menu of small plates at the bar, from game bon bons to beer-battered onion rings, but the mains cover classics like sausage 'n' mash or veg-packed allotment pies and are washed down by pints brewed on-site. 

The Broad Chare

Listed among the top 50 gastro pubs nationwide, The Broad Chare Newcastle is a solid choice when it comes to glowing reviews and Michelin Guide recommendations. Settle down in the dining room here to munch through slow-cooked lamb shoulder, red legged partridge with foraged mushrooms, and Lindisfarne oysters.