Written on: 26/03/2008 by maghar (3 reviews written)
Visited during the Easter Break 2008, wonderful location, with professional and efficient staff. Food to die for so well presented, full of flavour and freshness. Very good selection of wines.
Overall a fantastic place to dine… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2007 by Sezlez1 (1 review written)
I'm glad I tried McCoys Rooftop Restaurant in Gateshead - at least I can say I have been. However, I will not be going back… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/03/2007 by HTHO (1 review written)
The McCoys Rooftop Restaurant is in a beautiful location with fantastic views over the River Tyne. This should be a show case for Newcastle unfortunately it lets the City down badly… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2006 by magpie 70 (1 review written)
I took my elderly father for a birthday Sunday lunch to McCoys Rooftop Restaurant this weekend, which we both thoroughly enjoyed from our welcome bellini as we sat down, to the delicious coffee & chocolates at the end.
Sunday lunch was £19.95 for three courses & also included a few canapes & amuse bouche to wet the appetite. There were four choices for each course & everything came beautifully presented, fresh & delicious.
We are both quite slow eaters and it was refreshing to just sit back… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2006 by Lee Laupa (1 review written)
Well what can I say! McCoys Rooftop Restaurant must be one of the best restaurants I have eaten at out side of London. I was in Newcastle on business with a colleague and it was Friday night so the restaurant was very full. We hadn't booked but the staff were extremely accommodating said they be able to get us a table. We ordered some drinks and spent some time enjoying the views over the Tyne whist looking at the menus.
Within a few minutes we were shown to our table and I was impressed… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2005 by yve (1 review written)
I decided to treat my father for his birthday by taking him to dinner at McCoys Rooftop Restaurant, Baltic which had been highly recommended to me. I was certainly not disappointed. The whole evening was superb from when we stepped out of the lifts to have drinks in the lounge area with its most excellent views across the city, to when we very reluctantly left. The food was of the highest standard, modern and exciting but delicious, and the staff were extremely helpful without being… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/09/2005 by privatereviewer (1 review written)
McCoys Rooftop Restaurant
As it was our wedding anniversary we thought we would treat ourselves.
Having tried The Tontine Restaurant a few years back which was exceptional we presumed McCoys at the Baltic would be of the same standard as is is owned by the same owners.
We were very wrong to presume as food was average, very small portions and highly overpriced for what it was.
I have to admit this was one of the worse meals we have had for a very long time.
Very disappointing… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2005 by mrsj (1 review written)
Enjoyed a fabulous meal at the Baltic, one evening during the Tall Ships event on the Quayside. The food was really good and the staff were pleasant, well informed and relaxed. The meal was excellent value with 3 courses for £35 and the total cost was less than we'd expected. Whilst we were there we noticed families (with children), groups of people and couples so I'd say it suits everyone. I'd definately recommend the restaurant and hope to go back soon… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2005 by johns41 (1 review written)
Gateshead, British Contemporary, McCoys Rooftop Restaurant, Baltic - I took my wife to the Baltic for our wedding anniversary and neither of us were disappointed.
The staff were freindly and accomodating, the food and wine excellent.
We had a set menu and a couple of bottles of expensive wine.
The bill came to £150 but we felt it was worth every penny.
We will definitely be going back… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/04/2005 by garystaylor (1 review written)
McCoys Rooftop Restaurant:
The Baltic centre for contemporary art sets an imposing location for what must be the North East’s finest position for a restaurant.
Unfortunately the service and gastronomic skills of the chefs do not match the location.
My partner and I were seated at a table without a view, after booking one with a view 5 weeks in advance, I wouldn't have worried too much but the tables that were supposedly reserved sat empty for the duration of our meal.
We ordered champagne to… Read Full Review
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