Fishermans Lodge (Newcastle) Reviews
Description:SEAFOOD / MODERN EUROPEAN. Fisherman's Lodge, Jesmond Dene, Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE7 7BQ Tel: +44(0)191 281 ... more
Newest Review: ... have spent 20 minutes deliberating over what to order. The waiter took our order about 20 minutes after we arrived and eventually we were ushered into the dining area at about 8.30. Here we were offered a choice of homemade fresh breads; wholemeal, white rolls, parmesan or sun dried tomato with authentic French butter on the tables. The dining area is small, cosy and stylish, composed of ... more
Customer Fishermans Lodge (Newcastle) Reviews (4)
by Tricia - written on 01/06/10
Disgusting. This was so disappointing as we had read fabulous reviews. The barman/waiter was literally leering at me and I felt really uncomfortable whenever he was near. The starter was a crab "tower" that had obviously been in the fridge for goodness knows how long and it tasted horrible. When the main courses arrived, my hubbys was the wrong thing (he ordered lamb and was given lobster!). My main was reasonable but all in all, this was a very disappointing meal. It was our anniversary night out so you can understand why I'm writing this negative review.
by - written on 08/03/09
The drive to the restaurant is beautiful, especially at night. The staff are very friendly and time passes by very quickly. Despite the service was excellent, I was a bit diassapointed with the food. I had read a lot of reviews saying how amazing the food was, but it was allright. My expectations were too high. The presentation of the food was good though, but the flavors were quite bland. If someone really wants to go there, I suggest going over lunch. It is a lot cheaper when u eat lunch there. If u really like it then you can go out for a tea some day.
by - written on 14/12/05 (Very useful, 1703 readings)
It's simple: This is the best restaurant I have ever been to, easily, hands down, there is no contest. For our five year anniversary my boyfriend surprised me and took me to the Fisherman's Lodge, a restaurant we have been drooling over for some time. The Fisherman's Lodge is located in the beautiful valley of Jesmond Dene on the edge of Newcastle Upon Tyne, just a five minute drive from the city center. Given its location the Fishermans Lodge is very quiet and exclusive, you certainly couldn't walk there so you don't get people just popping in from the street. The restaurant is famous for its fish and has won a number of fine dining awards. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/00, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 572 readings)
I first dined at The Fisherman's Lodge nearly four years ago. It was early December and the north east had had its first fall of snow. The restaurant is set in the centre of Jesmond Dene, a beautifully wooded area with a river running at the side of it. The scene on my first visit resembled that of a Christmas card. Since that visit I have returned with my husband two or three times a year for special occasions. Early this year the restaurant was sold and has just reopened after a radical refurbishment. Previously the decor had been traditional, the appearance is now extremely modern and tiled flooring has replaced plush carpets. The ... Read the complete review
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