House Of Tides
28-30 Close, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3RF, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Info about House Of Tides
The House of Tides in Newcastle Upon Tyne opened its doors in 2014.
The next year, the restaurant received the Michelin star that it proudly keeps until now.
Its owner, chef Kenny Atkinson, fell in love with the building at first sight. It is a Grade I-listed merchant’s house, located on the historic quayside. Its exposed brickwork and cast-iron pillars look gorgeous.
The ground floor of this vast rustic venue is occupied by a bar with signature flagged floors. A restaurant with carved beams, wonky ceilings and sloping floors is situated upstairs.
People love The House of Tides because of its relaxed atmosphere. There is no strict dress code here — only guests in football shorts, sleeveless T-shirts, hats and flip flops might not be welcomed.
Your guest and you will be able to park your vehicles within a short walking distance from the place or use an affordable public car park opposite the venue.
The House of Tides is open Wednesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner.
The restaurant specialises in modern British cuisine. The choice of dishes can change daily, depending on the season and market availability.
The chef’s approach to cooking is rather playful and creative. Here are the highlights of the menu, recommended by Michelin experts.
• Salt-aged lamb with turnips, spinach and lemon verbena
• Roast monkfish with caviar, sea purslane and parsley
• Coconut parfait, white chocolate mousse, mango and passion fruit
Local sommeliers are extremely knowledgeable and offer amazing wine pairing.
The House of Tides offers a Testing menu that includes vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. If you have any other dietary requirements, it’s better to inform the staff beforehand.
You can bring kids with you if they are aged 10 or more and they will be offered the same testing menu.