The Waterside Palace (Newcastle) Reviews
Description:Chinese restaurant. 29 Forth Banks, Quayside, Newcastle. Tel: +44(0)191 2326090.
Newest Review: ... processing plant that was playing host to a convention of fan manufacturers. Worse still, the walls are smeared with a chow mein of Polaroid’s recording the serving staff meeting local stars. These local stars are generally toon players, local TV weather girls and commercial radio DJ’s, and consequently they present a mosaic of tipped mullets, Nehru collars and fake tan. So to ... more
Customer The Waterside Palace (Newcastle) Reviews (5)
by Pierre chapman - written on 11/02/09
Most definately the most undiscovered Chinese Reseraunt in Newcastle! I can strongly recommend this resteraunt for intimate / family / parties / all ages / business meals - any time of the day. The food quality is exceptional and the service is the right side of comfortable. There was absolutely no 'get them in, fed and out' as found in most of the Stowell Street establishments. The Staff are welcoming and friendly.
by - written on 08/05/02, updated on 08/05/02
My boss booked our xmas party there, two years ago, I've always been back since - Advantages: good parking facilities, the food is good, the staff are very attentive - Disadvantages: hard to get a table on weekends
by - written on 08/05/02, updated on 08/05/02
Don't listen to SCALLMORPHEEDY, I've tried the place and it seems the opposite to my opinions. - Advantages: Recommended by friends, it was good, so good, we were back within one week., good food, good service - Disadvantages: Could not spot anything
by - written on 09/03/02, updated on 09/03/02 (Very useful, 1708 readings)
You think you know somebody quite well, you’ve been friends for years, you’ve shared many a boozy session in which you’ve discussed this that and the other. You think you have a connection a bit of common ground, you think, naively, that you have similar opinions. Then out of the blue they suggest that you try the Waterside Palace for their birthday. You look at him in horror. Perhaps this is irony one of his little jokes. Unfortunately it isn’t. He actually does want to go there and worse still he wants you to go with him along with two of your other mates. It’s a complete nightmare. How do you tell him? You can’t very well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/01, updated on 12/06/01
If you are not familiar with the city of Newcastle, then you might miss The Waterside Palace. The reason for this being that unlike all other Chinese restaurants in Newcastle, it isn't situated in Chinatown's Stowell Street. The restaurant was purpose built in 1996 and it's everyone's idea of what a Chinese restaurant should be. A fantasy pagoda, the Waterside Palace is respendent in red and green. The striking colours are reflected in more muted tones inside where occasional carved screens and lanterns fringe the spacious dining room which overlooks the River Tyne. A haunt of local celecrities, the menu covers the expected ... Read the complete review
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