6 delicious dessert restaurants to visit in Newcastle this Easter
Enjoy a delightful dessert, scrumptious sundae and more at the best dessert restaurants Newcastle has to offer.
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Easter weekend is fast approaching, with Easter Sunday taking place on Sunday, April 9.
Although our homes will soon be filled to the brim with chocolate Easter eggs and other treats, we may be craving a sweet treat at this very moment.
Here are the six best dessert restaurants to visit in Newcastle this Easter.
Creams Cafe is a chain dessert restaurant with locations across the UK. Their Newcastle restaurant can be found on Grainger Street. Creams Cafe serves a wide variety of amazing, mouth-watering desserts, including cookie dough, waffles, sundaes and much more. The restaurant is open between the hours of 11am and 11pm.
Sweet Dreams Dessert Cafe
Located on St Andrews Street, Sweet Dreams Cafe offers both a dine-in service and takeaway option. They serve classic dessert dishes, such as Back To School Pudding, unique options such as Waffle Sticks and Bubble Waffles as well as a selection of drinks including Mocktails. The opening hours are between 12pm and 12am.
House of Desserts
House of Desserts on Westgate Road is a dessert takeaway which sells a selection of cakes, donuts, and much more. They are open between the hours of 2pm until 11pm, however on weekends they close at the later time of 2am.
Another dessert restaurant with locations across the country, Kaspa’s has been a well-loved place for many years. Located on Clayton Street, Kaspas are known for their topped waffles and crepes, cakes and puddings and their selection of sweet, cold drinks such as milkshakes and frappes. The restaurant is open from 11am until 11pm.
The Desserts Parlour
The Desserts Parlour is a takeaway dessert shop located on Benson Road. Open from 5pm (3pm on weekends) customers can order a delicious treat to be delivered to their door. On the menu are brownies, cookie dough, cheesecakes and more. They also offer savoury treats such as hot dogs and nachos. Sweet and cream dips such as caramel, chocolate, strawberry and lotus biscoff can also be ordered as an extra.
Yum Yum Newcastle which is located on Cross Street is another takeaway restaurant, open from 3pm and 12am. They serve a selection of unique desserts including special waffles, churros, croffles, cookie doughnuts, cookie dough pies and more. They also sell mocktails.
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