Feeling Peckish? The best places to brunch in Newcastle!

‘Brunch – A late morning meal eaten instead of breakfast and lunch’.

If you’re a fan of bacon, eggs benedict, pancakes, sausages, bread (I could go on and on!) and you’re struggling for inspiration to know where to go for brunch. These are the places we have visited and loved.

Brunch is now as popular as ever and I’m pleased to say, Newcastle is embracing it!

The Wild Trapeze, Heaton

A personal favourite! Try the eggs benedict or pancakes and if you can squeeze it in their homemade cake selection is to die for!

P.S If you’re a veggie or trying to eat clean, they cater very well for this.

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63 Heaton Road, Heaton, Newcastle, NE6 5HL

The Factory Kitchen at the Biscuit Factory

Just next door to our offices is the Factory Kitchen, on the first floor of the Biscuit Factory. They serve up delicious bacon and egg sandwiches from 10am, along with panoramic views.

Don’t forget to show your student card for 10% student discount and be sure to have a look at the paintings and sculptures in the gallery.

The Biscuit Factory, 16 Stoddart Street, Shieldfield, Newcastle, NE2 1AN

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Olive and Bean, Town Centre

If you’re in town shopping and you need to refuel, pop by Olive and Bean who serve up delicious, homemade food from local producers. Brunch is served until 11:30am, seven days a week.

17/19 Clayton Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5PN

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Butterfly Cabinet, Heaton

The ‘famous’ Butterfly Cabinet has queues of hungry/ hungover people waiting out the door on Saturday and Sunday mornings.  This New York diner style café is always busy and we can see why – the food is delicious.  If you have time, have a wander around Heaton Park, it’s two minutes away and worth a look.

Tip – the pancakes are to die for!

200 Heaton Road, Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 5HP

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Heaton Perk, Heaton

This quirky little cafe is a 10 minute stroll from the Exchange Residential office, through the city stadium. Check out their recently launched breakfast menu – which looks very tempting!

Pop in anytime for a delicious homemade cake and hot chocolate to warm up a cold winter afternoon.

103- 105 Heaton Park Road, Heaton, Newcastle, NE6 5NR

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Jam Jar, Jesmond

Located on the very popular Osbourne Road, this fairly new establishment is making a name for itself. Comfort food is really its speciality, added with the exposed brick and mismatch furniture – it’s a welcomed change on Osborne Road.

88 Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle, NE2 2AP

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QuayIngredient, Quayside

This small coffee house is situated under the Tyne Bridge on the stunning Quayside. They quote that they serve “Homemade loveliness fresh from the true heart of Newcastle” and this we agree with very much. You only have to check TripAdvisor to see the hundreds of excellent reviews!

Cooked breakfasts are served until 11:30am weekdays and all day at the weekend.

4 Queen Street, Quayside, Newcastle, NE1 3UG

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