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Tyneside Bar Cafe Christmas Menu

Celebrate Christmas at Tyneside Bar Cafe with three delicious courses from our special menu for just £23.95 per person, or two courses for £19.95. 

Our delicious Christmas menu is made from only the finest ingredients and is perfect for parties of all sizes. Available from Saturday 1 December, take a look!


STARTERS

Soup of the day (vg) - with warm crusty bread

Winter salad (v) - Cashel blue cheese, candied walnuts, chicory, endive, pears

Crispy pork terrine - with gribiche sauce

Whiskey cured Scottish salmon - with Dill, crème fraiche, knäckebröd

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MAINS

Pigs in blankets - pork tenderloin stuffed with sweet mincemeat, wrapped in smoked streaky bacon, mustard, cabbage, pancetta, roast root vegetables

Traditional butter roast turkey breast - roast potatoes, honey roast creamed sprouts, parsnips, chestnut stuffing, chipolatas, turkey gravy

Grilled fish of the day - Herb butter, roast root vegetables

Roast stuffed butternut squash (vg) - Walnuts, cranberries and wild rice, braised red cabbage

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DESSERTS

Fruit Pavlova (v) - vegan option also available

Traditional Christmas pudding (v) - with brandy sauce

Spiced clementine sundae (v) - with mascarpone, kirsch cherries


Reserve your Christmas table now: email enquiries@tynesidebarcafe.co.uk,  call 0191 227 5522 or request a reservation online.

Our management team typically reply to email enquiries at 10am, 4pm and 10pm – if your booking enquiry is more urgent please give us a call.

Please note that tables of six or above must be pre-booked and pre-ordered in advance, with a deposit of £5 per person.

Important note: Your online booking is not confirmed until you have received a confirmation email or call from our team.


BBC

Thanks for making our showcase event a real success. Having it in the beautiful Classic Cinema really added to the event.Please pass on our thanks to your staff who helped us throughout the day.

Helen Spencer, BBC