Wednesday, 21 October 2015

New in town... River Beat

It takes all sorts to make the world go round. Different people have different interests. Some people get excited for the new Fifa game to be released, some people get excited when a celeb collaborates with a fashion brand and some people get excited for new restaurant openings…

…or, is that just me?

Having stuck to my life goal of attempting to eat in every restaurant in Newcastle before I leave to go travelling next May, I’m really rattling through my list, which I’m not sure I should be proud, or ashamed of. (I know for a fact my bank balance is begging me to stop, but it just doesn't understand, ok...).

That’s why then, when I heard about the new restaurant River Beat opening on the other side of the Tyne river, I was pretty excited to find out more. A place which sells food in Newcastle that I haven’t yet been to, is becoming a bit of a novelty.


























































Overlooking the Newcastle Quayside, sits brand new restaurant River Beat. Offering customers the chance to experience tapas with an Asian twist, this place is for all those out there who love trying foods that little bit different, foods that you can’t find anywhere else in the city.

From pink salt n pepper squid with plum and tamarind dip, to pork, fennel and apricot meatballs in an apple hollandaise sauce, River Beat is a total treat for the taste buds.

Boasting modern d├ęcor, fancy lighting and a lovely decking area which will be great for those (occasionally) sunny days, it seems to me that this restaurant will turn into a Toon favourite.

I for one, am excited to return!

For more information about the new kid on the block, head over to their website...

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3 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness squid is my favourite and that looks amazing! What a fantastic location too, I love being down at the quayside.

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  2. I love your goal of trying to eat in all the Newcastle restaurants before you go travelling, that's pretty impressive so good luck! Thanks for this review, I'm definitely gonna try it!

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