The Valley (Corbridge) Reviews
Newest Review: ... inside, you are straight into the bar area, which is the only smoking area in the place. This has a small bar, a roaring fire and cosy seats and tables dotted about. It was a Saturday night and packed, so when we first went inside, this was all I could see. Once your table is ready, you are taken upstairs where there are a series of smaller rooms, tastefully decorated and with a predominance of large tables or small round tables put together. This, I suppose, is because the very nature of the experience lends itself to parties rather than couples. THE MENU… With the "Passage to India" package, guests get to chose from... more
Customer The Valley (Corbridge) Reviews (3)
by Neil Harrison - written on 05/07/10
2/7/10 - very well organised, good service, however at least half of our party of 11 were very disappointed with their main courses. The tikka massala in particular was bland to say the least. Would I book another group event, go personally or recommend them, in a word, no. After all, a top quality curry was a key part of our night our night out & we were let down badly. If it had not been a corporate event anumber of us would have argued whether even paying half the cost was fair.
by Rachel partington - written on 02/01/09
I think the food was really nice and the staff were really nice I would come back again and The lady who served us the drinks was really nice.. see you again sometime and happy new year.
by - written on 13/03/06 (Very useful, 32327 readings)
All Aboard the curry train! Every month or so, we take it in turns to decide on a venue for a meal and this time, 10 of us were off on the "curry train", or the "Passage to India" train. GETTING THERE… No parking to worry about. The staff meet people under the clock at Newcastle Central Station, and you are free to collect your menu and then go back into Centurion Bar until the train leaves at 19:10. The train is the normal Newcastle to Carlisle service and once on board, if you haven't taken your own drinks along, red or white wine can be bought at a cost of £10.45. Expensive, but the bottles ... Read the complete review
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