Asian Restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne 

There are so many incredible Italian restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne, we guarantee you'll be spoilt for choice! Whether you're visiting Newcastle with your whole family or you're enjoying a city break with your partner, you'll want to find somewhere with beautiful food, the perfect ambience, and attentive staff that will make your experience extra special.
If you're heading somewhere after — perhaps you would like to enjoy a few post-meal drinks or are off to the Theatre Royal — the location will also be incredibly important. To help you narrow things down, here are the best Italian restaurants in Newcastle city centre and beyond.



69 Grey Street, Newcastle, NE1 6EF

Low lit and luxurious, The Muddler offers a relaxed dining experience in the most opulent of surroundings. Take in the decadent Great Gatsby inspired décor whilst sampling unique cocktails which compliment the authentic, mouth-watering Pan-Asian menu. Conveniently located on Greys Street, and close to the Theatre Royal, this stunning restaurant is the perfect choice for dining in style.



117 Newgate Street, Newcastle, NE1 5RZ

Transporting you to the buzz of Bangkok, Zaap delivers the Thai street food experience into the heart of Newcastle. The vibrant décor is a feasts for the eyes with hanging neon signs, graffiti art and there's even Tuk Tuks to dine in. Watch the chefs prepare authentic, fresh food in the vendor style open kitchen whilst you sample a range of delicious dishes bursting with flavour.



97 – 103 Osbourne Road, Jesmond, NE2 2TJ

The town house exterior of Sohe contrasts beautifully with the rich, exotic palette within featuring plush cushioned booths, soft lighting and stunning oriental decor. The delicious Asian Fusion menu will whisk you away to the Far East with dishes incorporating influences from Japan, Malaysia, Thailand and Korea. Make sure you sample the cocktail menu including rare Asian ingredients unique to Sohe.



15 Greys Quarter, Newcastle, NE1 7AP

A family owned business with roots originating from the street food stalls of Bangkok, Chaophraya offers a true taste of Thailand. Located in the heart of the city centre, the restaurant’s high vantage point boasts the best views to fully appreciate Newcastle’s stunning architecture, including the iconic Greys Monument. Alternatively you can opt for the terraced area for outdoor dining complete with heaters.



35 Bath Lane, Newcastle, NE4 5SP

Combining fabulous food with performance, Fujiyama is a great option for a special occasion. Upon arrival guests are allocated their own highly trained personal chef to cook and entertain. Fresh ingredients will be prepared on a large hot plate at your table whilst chefs showcase their mind blowing skills and tricks. The first and original Teppanyaki restaurant in Newcastle is a popular favourite amongst larger groups.