Four Newcastle restaurants revealed as top 100 in the UK of 2022

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A list was compiled using the data of verified reviews.

Four Newcastle restaurants have been included in the list of The UK’s Top 100 Restaurants of 2022.  The list has been compiled by booking platform OpenTable - the global leader in restaurant technology, who have analysed 1.4 million verified OpenTable diner reviews.

OpenTable has compiled the list to celebrate world class dining across the UK. Alongside the list of the Top 100 restaurants, OpenTable found new research revealing dining habits.

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The research revealed that seated diner numbers have increased by 13% in the month of November, that 30% are planning on spending more during the festive season and that 47% believe that the gift of a dining experience is better than a material possession.

Four restaurants located in Newcastle-upon-Tyne made the list. The restaurants included were 21 which can be found on Newcastle’s Quayside, Blackfriars, The Broad Chare and The French Quarter on Westgate Road.

Lucy Taylor, of OpenTable said: “OpenTable’s annual list of diners’ top 100 is back to celebrate another year of dining across the UK. The list highlights some of the most beloved restaurants and cuisines that our platform has to offer, as well as helping prospective diners discover new and interesting eateries, wherever they may be located.

21 on Newcastle’s Quayside21 on Newcastle’s Quayside
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“It’s brilliant to see such a diverse array of restaurants up and down the country making the list. Our State of the Industry data indicates that people across the UK are keen to eat out, so whether they are looking for somewhere festive to dine or simply need a bit of inspiration, we hope there is something for everyone to enjoy.”

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