Ahhhh... The Sunday Dinner. I don't know about you, but it's the highlight of my week. There are loads of restaurants with a great Sunday Dinner offering, but which is the best? When you're craving yorkies just like your Grandma makes them, we know exactly where to go! If you're looking for a fine dining twist on your dinner, then this is the list for you!
It would be wrong to write about Sunday Roasts in Newcastle and not mention Blackfriars! The medieval friary is home to one of our favourite Sunday Dinners in town. They've nailed their offering, with perfect roast potatoes, perfectly cooked meat and yorkies the size of your head. And if you're veggie, they've got a delicious option for you as well. If you're after a really delicious Sunday dinner that you won't forget in a hurry, then this is the place!
It may not be the first place you think of when you're picking somewhere from Sunday dinner, but Wylam Brewery serves up a real treat! With a traditional plate piled high, you won't be disappointed. And if you're not too stuffed, round off your dinner with one of their amazing proper English puds, and you won't regret it! And it wouldn't be a trip to Wylam Brewery without washing it all down with one of their beers!
This Quayside Italian is a real treat for a Sunday Dinner. Babucho's offering is a must if you're a Yorkshire pudding fan - they're easily as big as your head! Settle into their restaurant for a feast this Sunday, that walk it off with a stroll down the Quayside.
Beeronomy is new to the NE1 food scene, but it's making waves by serving good beer and good food. And you can't fault their Sunday roast offering! You're in for a a real traditional treat at this city centre gastro-pub, with roasties to die for and roast beef cooked to perfection. It's the perfect place to spend your Sunday.
The Town Wall
This city centre pub has amassed a cult following for its Sunday Roast offering. The Town Wall has a delicious Sunday lunch menu (including a fantastic offering for veggies as well!), and will serve you a plate piled high with all the trimmings. This central pub is right by the station, so it should be your first stop in the city!