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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4150 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 06:14:29 PM »
Went to Ury (formerly Rasa) last night for a South Indian banquet. Absolutely spot on, would definitely recommend if you like Indian food.

Cost?

£24 per head I think on the normal menu.

We got a selection of popadom types with about 8 or 9 chutneys, 3 starters, 3 mains (refillable), 1 side, 1 bread, 1 rice and a dessert.

Had the leftovers for my lunch earlier, spot on.

That sounds great.

Certainly does. Dropped hints as a possible option for my birthday meal next week. Menu looks very interesting.

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4151 on: Thursday 16 February 2017, 07:32:47 PM »
Went to Ury (formerly Rasa) last night for a South Indian banquet. Absolutely spot on, would definitely recommend if you like Indian food.

Cost?

£24 per head I think on the normal menu.

We got a selection of popadom types with about 8 or 9 chutneys, 3 starters, 3 mains (refillable), 1 side, 1 bread, 1 rice and a dessert.

Had the leftovers for my lunch earlier, spot on.

That sounds great.

Certainly does. Dropped hints as a possible option for my birthday meal next week. Menu looks very interesting.

Sorry seems like on time post on here is to plug Itson.  But man the quaility of the places they have pisses over groupon etc.


Ury on sale now

https://www.itison.com/f/17375-159169

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4152 on: Thursday 16 February 2017, 07:56:51 PM »
Don't apologise, post more. I keep forgetting to check.

Italians on there, pasta pizza for two for a tenner.
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4153 on: Thursday 16 February 2017, 11:16:29 PM »
Went to Ury (formerly Rasa) last night for a South Indian banquet. Absolutely spot on, would definitely recommend if you like Indian food.

Cost?

£24 per head I think on the normal menu.

We got a selection of popadom types with about 8 or 9 chutneys, 3 starters, 3 mains (refillable), 1 side, 1 bread, 1 rice and a dessert.

Had the leftovers for my lunch earlier, spot on.

That sounds great.

Certainly does. Dropped hints as a possible option for my birthday meal next week. Menu looks very interesting.

Sorry seems like on time post on here is to plug Itson.  But man the quaility of the places they have pisses over groupon etc.


Ury on sale now

https://www.itison.com/f/17375-159169

:thup: nice one Slim lad.

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4154 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 03:10:04 PM »
Had a quality response from shilling apologising and offering complimentary meal and drinks. confirmed the head chef wasn't working and the menu hadnt been communicated properly to the rest of the staff. excellent response from them to be fair, couldn't really ask for more.

I got nothing from them as my experience was pretty s***

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4155 on: Friday 17 February 2017, 03:11:37 PM »
Also dobson and Parnell was bit Meh also

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4156 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 04:28:19 PM »
Just grabbed some tacos from Chucho's on my way home. Very good stuff, didn't ask for any salsa and regretted it as it would no doubt have been lush.

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4157 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 07:16:57 PM »
Anyone tried Reds BBQ? Any good?
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4158 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 07:21:42 PM »
Is that the same as the Red's in Manchester? If so if wasn't impressed at all when I went.
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4159 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 07:29:42 PM »
I assume so yeah, I think they've got a few branches. What was up with it? Just mediocre? Thinking of going before match on Monday.
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4160 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 07:37:04 PM »
I went for some wings at the end of a night out. They were awful, basically. I asked for them with hot sauce and they arrived with what I assume was barbeque sauce mixed with tomato ketchup and chilli power.

Shame there aren't more Hickory's Smokehouse branches around because they do the best indirect cooking I've ever tasted. Hot wings to die for.
"Hey, you're gonna build Beansie a ramp!"

"You should build him a ramp on his house."

Burnley have great togetherness and fighting spirit. They make life tricky for teams at Turf Moor and are starting to pick up points, even Man Utd didn't have it their own way there. All in all, a point is a decent result on the road in the Premier League.
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4161 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 07:47:17 PM »
Is that the same as the Red's in Manchester? If so if wasn't impressed at all when I went.

Went to the London one once, was average.

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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4162 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 10:32:43 PM »
Anyone tried Reds BBQ? Any good?

Went tonight, bait was mint. Canny portions too for the price.

So now you have a good, average and poor review to choose from :lol:

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4163 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 10:33:43 PM »
Anyone tried Reds BBQ? Any good?
Went to the one in Leeds and thought that one was lush.
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4164 on: Saturday 18 February 2017, 11:57:55 PM »
They sell the BBQ sauce in Asda.

Went to Wood Oven at Wylam ce soir. Worth a visit if you're a liberal pizza fucktard. Absolutely spot on.

Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4165 on: Sunday 19 February 2017, 09:07:06 AM »
Anyone tried Reds BBQ? Any good?

Went tonight, bait was mint. Canny portions too for the price.

So now you have a good, average and poor review to choose from :lol:

Yeah I think we'll just give it a try tomorrow and see what we think  :lol:
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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4166 on: Today at 11:55:03 AM »
Anyone tried Reds BBQ? Any good?

Went tonight, bait was mint. Canny portions too for the price.

So now you have a good, average and poor review to choose from :lol:

Yeah I think we'll just give it a try tomorrow and see what we think  :lol:

Any good?  Needing a good opinion as I might be going there in a few weeks.

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Re: Newcastle Restaurants
« Reply #4167 on: Today at 12:15:18 PM »
Anyone tried Reds BBQ? Any good?

Went tonight, bait was mint. Canny portions too for the price.

So now you have a good, average and poor review to choose from :lol:

Yeah I think we'll just give it a try tomorrow and see what we think  :lol:

Any good?  Needing a good opinion as I might be going there in a few weeks.

Its canny enough Neesy. 

I'm off to Hinnies on Friday night. Think ill go for steak.