El Torero (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews
Description:Address: Milburn House The Side / Newcastle upon Tyne / NE1 1PR / Telephone: 0191 233 1122 / Spanish Restaurant
Newest Review: ... tapas which I wanted to try. The restaurant was very dark, maybe because the place was painted in deep red colour, but better lighting would have been good. The food was nice, I got to try lots of different dished some cold and some hot. The food ordering and pricing was very confusing, I believe the menus could be updated to make it easier. The food came out quickly. The staff were not very ... more
Customer El Torero (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/02/10 (Useful, 21 readings)
I booked this restaurant for a party of 10 people and they were happy and easily able to accommodate us. The restaurant serves tapas which I wanted to try. The restaurant was very dark, maybe because the place was painted in deep red colour, but better lighting would have been good. The food was nice, I got to try lots of different dished some cold and some hot. The food ordering and pricing was very confusing, I believe the menus could be updated to make it easier. The food came out quickly. The staff were not very attentive, they seem to be in another world. They were not moving around the restaurant enough so difficult to get a member of staff to our table. When ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I had never been to a tapas restaurant before so I wasn't sure what to expect from my first experience. The décor of the restaurant isn't my sort of thing being honest. Its very basic and plain and quite traditional. No frills is probably the best way to describe. It's also quite dark inside. I ordered off the set menu and for £12 per person (for four people) you get 16 separate dishes all of which were lovely. Pork, chicken, prawns, chorizo, mushrooms, potato... the dishes just seemed to keep coming and we all left felt extremely full up. The drinks are also very cheap and a small glass of wine was £2.50 and I think a pint of lager may have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/08 (Very useful, 272 readings)
El Torrero Situated on a pedestrian only road on the way downwards towards Newcastle's quayside, this restaurant is a handy place to eat for anyone wanting to go on to sample the delights(??) of Newcastle's night life. THE RESTAURANT The restaurant is actually quite easy to miss, since there are no bright lights heralding its existence, and since the road it's situated on is winding and cobbled, I think it's one of those places you would either stumble upon, or have to know about. Once inside the restaurant, there is a pleasant business about the place, but nothing seems hurried. It's usual to be taken to the long bar area at ... Read the complete review
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