Tag Archives: fine dining

The Living Room

I can’t believe that I’ve lived in Newcastle for so long and have never eaten at The Living Room. Needless to say, I loved it. We decided to go with another couple and take advantage of their Newcastle Restaurant Week offer a few weeks ago. It was a sunny Saturday afternoon, not like today with […]

Top 5 Afternoon Teas in Newcastle

We are huge fans of Chloe’s blog New Girl In Toon and are constantly drooling over all the gorgeous places she has been for Afternoon Tea. We wanted some suggestions for the best afternoon teas in Newcastle, and Chloe seemed like the right girl to tell us all about it! We’re so happy to introduce her […]

Gusto

Our scobberlotch blogger Beth, and fellow friend Nialah, were invited for an evening of fine dining at the beautiful Gusto restaurant along the Quayside. As typical baked bean eating, Heinz tomato soup loving students, to be invited to an evening of what promised decadence, divine and delicious food was definitely something to be excited about and […]

Private Dining at SIX at the Baltic Art Gallery

HELLO to all you Scobberlotch followers out there!  We’re Laura and Vinny and while your regular Scobberlotch Mr and Mrs are off sampling foods in hotter climes, they’ve asked us to keep their restaurant seats warm and keep you posted on what tasty delights Newcastle has to offer.  We’re not culinary experts or food critics: […]

LuigiKhans

We were so lucky to be invited to LuigiKhans for a dinner date. It was exactly what we needed! There’s this advertisement near to my house that I think is absolute genius. It’s advertising a Punjabi restaurant and there’s a picture of a naan bread with 3 words written across it: ‘There’s naan better’. I […]

Grosvenor G Casino Newcastle

Our friends Jack and Will over at JD Editorial were kind enough to review a night of fine food and after dinner entertainment held courtesy of G Casino Newcastle to sample their taster menu. The team at Scobberlotch kindly invited us to the Grosvenor Casino in Newcastle on Sunday 5th May for what was billed as “a meal and some […]