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The Brasserie

St Mary's Square, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, England, NE8 2JR +44 1916860430

((((* British
  •  - Tyne & Wear
Average
Main course: £13
Food spend: £22
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 17:00 - 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:00 - 21:00

We didn't eat off the brasserie menu , we ate from another menu the food was very nice and the staff very polite and accommodating. Had a great night all in all x

Karen Surtees 20 January 2017
from Sunderland

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A spectacular presence on the banks of the River Tyne, The Sage in Gateshead plays host to The Brasserie: a cosmopolitan European restaurant and bar. Enjoyed to the sounds of smooth jazz, The Sage offers refined dishes made using the finest regional ingredients. This relaxed, family-friendly restaurant also serves a celebrated Sunday lunch, with free face painting also available for younger diners.

The Brasserie

St Mary's Square, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, England, NE8 2JR

Contact +44 1914434654
Reservations +44 1916860430
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Customer reviews for The Brasserie

3.8 ((((* (based on 147 reviews)
78% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (87)
  • lunch (33)
  • entertainment (23)
  • private dining (23)
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  • value (22)
  • afternoon tea (19)
  • trendy (19)
  • business (11)
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  • child friendly (4)
  • al fresco (2)
  • breakfast (1)
  • (**** 14 February 2017 by Glyn Pemberton from Stockton-on-Tees

    food cold, carvery (not what I expected) always had a selection in the past, long winded.

  • (((** 13 February 2017 by Syd Cowan from Newcastle upon Tyne

    Table situation was fine. Order was taken quickley. Dinner plates were almost cold. The beef on the Carvery was excellent but some of the vegetables namely savoy cabbage and parsnips were undercooked. Delivery of the sweet was very slow so that after coffee there was little time to setle the bill before the concert began at 2.00 pm. We had arrived at 12.15 pm which was the time the table was bookd for.

  • (((** 30 January 2017 by Claire Barrass from Teesside

    I booked this on behalf of my parents, my fathers comments are as follows: We arrived at 6.05pm, plenty of time for our show at 8pm. They claimed they were short staffed. My wife's steak was overdone and cold and my pheasant was also overcooked and tough. However the starter of poached egg and black pudding was excellent. Both apple crumble puddings, which were piping hot - too long in the microwave, took 25 minutes to arrive, I did complain and was not charged for our coffee but that is not the point, there was only us in there until about 6.45pm and there was just one other couple so it is not as though they were busy. The cafe next to the brasserie did get busy though. Wasn't keen that they had plastic chairs either. Despite this we did have a lovely evening and the actual place is nice.

  • ((((* 28 January 2017 by Harriet Mitchison from Newcastle upon Tyne

    Comfortable. Pleasant service. BUT I had specifically said in my booking that we had to be finished for the 7.30 performance. The waiting staff were slow to take our order and slow to deliver food - in other words, that request I had made was not transmitted to them.
    The triple cooked chips were flabby

  • (**** 27 January 2017 by Linda Ward from Bristol

    We were really unfortunate when we ate here before our concert. Our (vegetarian) meal was really quite unpleasant to eat - the grated pumpkin filling the 3 pasta shells seemed uncooked...We would have complained but the serving staff seemed rushed off their feet (it was a Saturday night) so we stayed silent. But paying £16 for 3 pasta shells of such poor quality took the shine off our eating experience...On the plus side, the desserts were of a much higher standard - but there's really no excuse for such a poor vegetarian menu option in this day and age, especially at such a steep price for what it was. (Elsewhere in Newcastle over the same weekend we ate lovely vegetarian food at reasonable prices...)

  • ((*** 23 January 2017 by David Smith from Morpeth

    Very overpriced for the dishes offered. We have eaten here before and enjoyed it but not yesterday. As a niggle, we ordered a portion of potatoes; they did not arrive with the main courses and when reminded, there was a " sorry sir, we will get them immediately". The arrived a fair way into the meal, so we sent them back!

  • ((((( 20 January 2017 by Karen Surtees from Sunderland

    We didn't eat off the brasserie menu , we ate from another menu the food was very nice and the staff very polite and accommodating. Had a great night all in all x

  • ((((* 31 December 2016 by Paul Rodger from East Boldon

    Great service and atmosphere

  • ((((( 30 December 2016 by Anita Graham from Alicante

    Had a lovely night in the Brasserie before the show we booked. The food, all 3 courses were excellent and atmosphere was lovely and relaxed. All the staff were very pleasant.

  • ((((* 30 December 2016 by Michael Young from Middlesbrough

    The white bean soup was delicious and the turkey dinner was really tasty. Service was excellent.

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