Restaurant Review

Blackfriars: graduation review

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Dining at Blackfriars in Newcastle is an experience as unique and authentic as its site’s history. Its site, built in 1239 and originally home to Dominican Friars who were...

Review: Jesmond Dene House

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Louise Hall reviews an overnight stay and dinner at Jesmond Dene House in the run up to graduation celebrations...

Hotel Du Vin: Review

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Deputy Editor Isabel Sykes reviews Hotel Du Vin's a la carte menu and deems the up-market bistro a great place for special occasions...

Dobson & Parnell: graduation review

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The first thing that struck me about Dobson & Parnell was its prime location on Queen Street, within minutes’ walk of the Quayside yet perfectly sheltered from the hustle...

Lola Jeans Review

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Known as ‘Lola’s little sister’ to the original Lola Jeans in Tynemouth, this restaurant transports you to a transient space of the prohibition past and colourful modern...

Restaurant Review: Chaophraya

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Culture editor Alex Moore heads to Chaophraya for a night of Thai fine dining. ...

Affordable elegance: Hotel Du Vin & Bistro

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Newcastle is a culturally rich and diverse city notorious for its party life and cheap drinks, every student’s priority. However, when it comes to high end dining there is a...

Fairytale hideaway: Jesmond Dene House

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Driving up to Jesmond dene house in my taxi on my way to review their dining and accommodation for the Courier, I was left a tad speechless. I couldn’t fathom how I had never...

Review: Smashburger Newcastle

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Location: Grey’s Quarter, intu Eldon Square, Newcastle After hearing great reviews from a couple of friends about the new burger place in Eldon Square, I was more than eager...

Tasty treats to try in the Toon

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For the overwhelmed fresher or the self assured returning students, eating out may involve: infrequent escapades with your folks when they visit to restore confidence you are...