Hadn't been there for years, but remembered having had nice meals there in the past. We were not disappointed! Great location, food and service, and very cosy on a cold winter's night.
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Celebrated an anniversary with dinner. I ordered the Oven Baked Halloumi, and my partner ordered the Garlic Mushroom Gnocchi. The Oven Baked Halloumi was lovely. The cassoulet was full of flavour; rich and flagrant. Highly recommended. The Garlic Mushroom Gnocchi was very good. Just the...More
Love the food, love the service, love the atmosphere. It can be a little crowded at times. It is a good location especially in the warmer good weather.
Nothing is a problem at this restaurant. They caters for all types of food preferences with lots of gluten free. Service excellent, people delightful. Food really unforgetfable. truly
Possibly the best breakfast we have had. The eggs Benedict with salmon was amazing and lived up to expectations from the rave reviews. Kids demolished the beautiful fluffy pancakes and husband wAs stumped by the delicious big breakfast. There is a reason this restaurant has...More
I was extremely impressed with the friendly staff, however the food speaks for itself. I had the Paella dish - an excellent meal. We also had garlic prawns to start and this too was well presented and without fault.
After giving up on eating out in Newcastle at night ,Decided to try Paymasters,What a surprise ,I offered two nights when we were able to visit and was advised to come on Friday instead of Saturday as it might be less busy .......I'm sure it...More
Went to Paymasters during a recent visit to Newcastle for work... and I was surprised to see such a lovely venue in the middle of the waterfront area... I had the grilled scallops wrapped in seaweed with hollandaise sauce... yes a strange combination but it...More
Paymasters is a really great spot -limited parking - but the building itself has so much history and excellent spot in the harbour. Great for a family dinner or romantic date. Food was really yummy and the wine was even better Sit down stairs if...More