Thank you once again to Anna & Alistair for a wonderful evening. Have dined here numerous times and the food and service is always brilliant. I always recommend this fabulous place, but be sure to book well in advance!
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The restaurant is opposite St John the Baptist church, and benefits from such a position as the food is heavenly ! The menu is quite small, but that’s in the restaurants favour as they have some spectacularly well cooked dishes which they are clearly very...More
I’m so pleased I followed my friends advice and switched our dinner reservations to Bistro 23. For to have missed dining here would have been a huge mistake. From the moment we arrived we were expertly looked after by owners, who are both charming and...More
Fantastic ambience, warm welcome. Northumbrian beef and the Lamb shank were absolutely superb. A great hideaway with fantastic menu and service. Only constructive criticism would be the wine list. Some great wines however only the Spanish house wine is available by the glass...
Called in on a cold but sunny Sunday morning for a welcomed coffee and scone's. Nicely furnished, clean and staff friendly. Coffee and scone's spot on - would highly recommend.
I visited here with my wife and 12 week old daughter for coffee and cake. Staff very lovely, pleasant and knowledgeable, prices were fair, atmosphere was pleasant. Good selection of gluten-free options as well which gave choice for the coeliac member of our party. Will...More
Had a fabulous meal here on Saturday evening. All beautifully cooked and presented, great welcome from the team. Slightly restricted wine list but served our needs. Really enjoy coming here and never disappointed. Need to book though!
We were looking for somewhere to eat at lunchtime on Tuesday and specifically wanted somewhere that had gluten free food in their menu. After searching the web in and around places we've been before Bistro 23 came up trumps. On a horribly cold and windy...More