Est Est Est (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews
Newest Review: ... I had been previously and the food was simply ok. The menu is typical Italian priced averagely (£8 for pasta/ pizza £12 for a meat dish) . I have always been as a couple and the service was average to slow. Drinks are on the expensive side ad you will be looking at £3 a pint or £4.00 for a small glass of house white wine. I went as a group of 15 and the experience was awful. It was a Friday night but the restaurant was not really busy as we arrived at 5.30pm. Did not leave the restaurant until 10pm. Although we had pre ordered our orders were lost and it took an hour for each course to arrive The staff are extremely slow and it to... more
Customer Est Est Est (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
The location of the restaurant is probably the main attraction its right on the Newcastle Quayside overlooking the Tyne and Millennium Bridge. I had been to the restaurant about four times but had a really bad experience with the restaurant and have never been back since. I had been previously and the food was simply ok. The menu is typical Italian priced averagely (£8 for pasta/ pizza £12 for a meat dish) . I have always been as a couple and the service was average to slow. Drinks are on the expensive side ad you will be looking at £3 a pint or £4.00 for a small glass of house white wine. I went as a group of 15 and the experience ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/06, updated on 12/05/08 (Very useful, 787 readings)
Situated on Newcastle's quayside, opposite Pitcher and Piano, this is one of a chain of restaurants, all by the same name, and presumably, all providing the same food. Handy for people working in Newcastle, because it is close to the city centre, and is a known name, so you consequentlky know what you are going to get. I can never work out if this is a major advantage or disadvantage. However, it's one of those places we tend to eat in when there is a group of us, and especially if it's mid week, because parking round here is plentiful (one of the multi storey car parks has designated spaces although you still have to pay), and also because if ... Read the complete review
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