There are so many fantastic local restaurants in Northumberland, and we are so lucky to have such a wide selection! Here's a list of some of our favourites.
Whatever your age, going out for a delicious lunch is always a real treat. It’s also a great way to catch up and bond with family or friends. Northumberland is a vibrant county full of lots of fantastic independent restaurants perfect for a tasty afternoon tea, or some classic pub grub. Here is a list of some of our favourites here at Home Instead!
Moo Moo’s Steakhouse, Ashington
Meat eaters need look no further than Moo Moo’s Steakhouse; with a range of mouth watering steaks and burgers, Moo Moo’s is a real favourite with Ashington locals. This cosy, family-friendly restaurant has something for everyone.
The Black and Grey, Morpeth
If you fancy some hearty food in a dog-friendly pub in the heart of Morpeth, you need look no further than the Black and Grey. They offer a range of delicious burgers and sarnies, as well as mouth-watering Sunday lunches. And if you fancy an evening out, you could test your general knowledge in their weekly pub quiz, details of which can be found on their Facebook page.
The Blackbird, Ponteland
Originally a castle built by warriors in the 14th Century, The Blackbird is a cosy village pub with a colourful history. After a peace treaty was signed between the English and Scottish Earls, the Scots retreated, marching via Ponteland and sadly destroying the castle and much of the town. in 1597, the Old Castle was rebuilt by Mark Errington as a manor house, which later became an Inn. It was later restored in 1935, revealing beautiful Tudor fireplaces which can be seen today. With a fantastic selection of food and drinks, their Head Chef Ralph frequently changes their tantalising seasonal menu, which can be viewed here.
Caboose at Blyth Boathouse, Blyth
Situated right on Blyth’s harbour, Caboose’s brunch and lunch menus are not to be missed, featuring delicious salads, sandwiches, burgers and pancakes. This bistro-style restaurant is perfect for a classy get together, and you can even reserve a table via their website. With stunning riverside views, especially at sunset, this is the perfect spot for an evening out with loved ones.
Lollo Rosso, Morpeth
Morpeth’s most popular restaurant without a doubt is Lollo Rosso. Serving authentic Italian food, you are always guaranteed service with a smile from Giovanni, Miguel, Nico and their team. Returning to Morpeth in 2015, Giovanni and Miguel opened Lollo Rosso, and they went from strength to strength, moving to the large, former J. Smail and Sons site, which they revamped and reopened, preserving part of Morpeth’s history. Much loved by the people of Morpeth, it’s the perfect spot for some delicious Italian food.