Newcastle is steeped in history and has a rich heritage that is well worth exploring. Why not combine your historic tour of the city at the same time as tucking into traditional-British cuisine at the award-winning Blackfriars Restaurant? Located in a 13th-century medieval friary, voted Taste of England in the North East England Tourism Awards, a meal out at Blackfriars is an undeniably unique dining experience which offers you a menu overflowing with mouthwatering dishes such as Barbary duck breast & leg, orange puree, charred Jerusalem artichoke and wild garlic.
You may also like to try Blackfriars’ sister restaurant, Dobson & Parnell which serves a refined British and European menu on Newcastle’s vibrant Quayside. Located within a stunning Victorian Grade I listed building it is one of the most architecturally interesting dining spaces in Newcastle and already boasts recognition from fine dining big hitters with a well-deserved listing in the Michelin Guide 2020 (for the third year running) and the gastronome's bible - the Harden's Guide 2018.
Friars St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4XN, UK