Greys Monument

One of Newcastle’s focal points is the historic Grey’s Monument which is located at the top of Grainger Street and Grey Street. This iconic landmark also serves as a convenient and identifiable meeting place in Newcastle city centre and is also surrounded by an extensive range of restaurants offering tasteful options from a light brunch to fine evening dining.

When you’re spoilt for choice, it can be hard to narrow down the best place to satisfy your hunger, so read on for our guide to restaurants near Grey's Monument...

Chaophraya, Grey’s Quarter Newcastle

When you enter Chaophraya, you’ll be greeted by a beautiful Buddha statue on the way up to the stylish setting. This contemporary Thai restaurant offers an impeccable taste of Thailand with the opportunity to experience their luxury rooftop terrace, showcasing a wonderful view of Grey’s monument and Newcastle City Centre. Chaophraya shares values like ,‘Ow Jai Sai' meaning ‘Care from the heart’ which embodies the standard of Thai service and cuisine.

Banyan, Newcastle City Centre

Banyan is located at the foot of Grey’s Monument and ideal for easy access from Monument Metro station. Sample their delicious bottomless brunch or enjoy 2-4-1 cocktails served seven-days a week! What’s more, Banyan has a great range of lunch and dinner items to feast on including hot off the grill steaks and burgers, sandwiches, and stellar salads. So, satisfy your taste buds or kick off your night out in Newcastle, at Banyan.

Fenwick Newcastle

Fenwick Newcastle has a second entrance on Blackett Street near to Grey's Monument. Hungry shoppers can refuel at their brilliant restaurants or tuck into a world of delicacies in Fenwick Food Hall. There’s an array of independent food produce and counter items to take home in the Food Hall as well as plenty of opportunities to pull up a chair at one of the many eateries in the hall, including Fuego which is a must-try tapas restaurant with authentic Spanish, Mediterranean and Italian influences. Here you’ll get a chance to tuck into a fantastic charcuterie board, paired with hand-picked wines. This is only a small taste of what Fenwick has to offer so come experience it yourself.

STACK, Newcastle

STACK is a bustling open-area bar and street food hotspot which is home to a whole host of street food flavours as well as live entertainment and independent stores. Tuck into a range of global tastes from Asian cuisine at Bao Down and Thailicious, to mouth-watering BBQ at Texas Smokers - you’ll be spoilt for choice! Whatever you’re in Newcastle for, cosy up to the heaters while you sip on some mulled wine or get ready for festival season with a fresh cocktail.

Lola Jeans, Newcastle

Lola Jeans brings their signature, chic, and vintage style to Newcastle, from their home in coastal Tynemouth. The interior provides a sociable setting to sip their beautifully crafted cocktails and expertly designed, locally-sourced menu. Catering to vegan and vegetarian palettes, Lola Jeans’ food is fresh and holds a winning title in the ‘Battle of the Burgers’ so you can be assured that the revamped tacos and luxury sharing platters have Lola Jeans’ unique flair.

The Botanist Newcastle

The Botanist is known for its decorative skylight rooftop terrace. It’s easy to immerse yourself in this magical atmosphere and relax with a wide range of real ales, cocktails, and champagne. The European inspired menu will have your mouth watering, including their famous hanging kebabs for which they have become well-known.

Côte, Newcastle

Côte Brasserie brings classic French flair to Newcastle and is one of the few French restaurants in the city. Côte Brasserie is located on Grey’s Street making it easy for a sophisticated meal with friends or a stylish business lunch to impress clients. So come and taste decedent but fussy-free French flavours from their highly-skilled chefs. 

Dat Bar

Dat Bar is a vibrant, independent bar and restaurant serving fuss-free, finger food including juicy burgers and stone-baked pizzas with all the best toppings. Settle yourself into a comfy booth and take a look at their wide draught selection or get your hands on their choice of cocktails. Their laid back and alternative style makes it a great place for relaxed catch ups and transitioning from day-to-night.

Cafe Andaluz, Newcastle

A recent addition to the Newcastle restaurant scene is Spanish chain, Cafe Andaluz. Making its home in an impressive corner building overlooking equally impressive Newcastle Theatre Royal and a stone's throw from Grey's Monument, Cafe Andaluz is a brilliant choice for lovers of Sangria, theatre-goers and relaxed lunches fueled by a range of tapas. 

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