Dinner served Wednesday to Saturday 6pm - 10pm
Lunch served Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm Sunday 12pm - 4pm
About The Patricia
Located in the leafy neighbourhood of Jesmond, The Patricia restaurant opened its doors in December 2016. Headed up by chef and owner Nick Grieves, who spent time at the Michelin starred London restaurants The River Cafe and Simon Rogans Fera. The menu is a produce focused mix of english bistro style cooking with hints of european influence. We cook with the very best ingredients simply and thoughtfully without any pretence whilst our front of house staff aims to provide impeccable, informal service. We want you to enjoy delicious food, relax and most importantly…..have fun!
Dinner consists of a 4 course menu with choices of snacks, starters, mains and desserts. Saturday Lunch is a lighter affair, consisting of smaller plates of food designed for sharing. Sundays are for traditional roasts.
Our ever expanding wine list is a comprehensive amalgamation of the classic and the obscure, focusing heavily low intervention small batch producers.
Everything about Patricia is.consistently excellent which is why it’s top of our list of local restaurants,
I had been really excited to try the restaurant after passing every day on my commute to work and reading the article in Luxe magazine. We had booked for 8:30 and when we arrived we had to huddle in doorway as there were a few waiting to be seated. We tried to catch the attention of someone just to let them know we had arrived for our reservation but were just told dismissively to wait. Which was fine as we could see that the waitress was trying to get tables ready. At this point I noticed a couplr of tables trying to catch her attention to get bill or some service. Like us they were all ignored. As people started piling behind us one by one we were sat and then again ignored despite trying very hard to get attention. I noticed at that point the table next to us were constantly trying to get attention first for their bill, then to pay it. Both very hungry, my partner and I were starting to get “hangry”. To be fair I think she was trying to do things in a measured order of sitting then serving us in turn, but we were ready to order food and drink and would have liked eye contact at some point. Eventually we got the attention of the male waiter, who attended to us very well. Recommend wine etc. Food was lovely, served quick from ordering. My partner felt his main fell a little bit flat for the price (the mutton). He felt, although it was delicious, there wasn’t enough variation on flavour. I did point that he could have ordered sides which he hadn’t realised...so perhaps an idea should be for the service team to suggest suitable sides? All in all I can say was I was slightly disappointed. £95 is not the cheapest meal about...and when a few steps away from peace and loaf who are giving a fantastic service at a similar price point it’s perhaps something that just may be improved on. Hasn’t put me off coming again but maybe from rushing back or booking a big family/friend event which is a shame.
Thank you very much for making our date so special and tasty!! Newcastle needs more places like that!
Excellent Sunday lunch. My partner commented the gnudi was the best meal she's had in Newcastle
fantastic food, wine choice and service. tiramisu was for sure the best I've had. will definitely be back.
Our first time here and hopefully the first of many. Mercifully short menu and interesting wine list. Everything was cooked precisely, with a focus on maximising flavour. Service was discrete and professional. We ate very early as we were going on to a concert, so the restaurant was fairly empty - hence the 4 stars for atmosphere.
Fantastic service with perfect ambience and atmosphere. Set menu was fantastic value for money, and of excellent quality. Will definitely be returning and will be spreading the good word. Made a very special evening.
Absolutely delightful experience from start to finish. If i lived around here i'd be in there once a week minimum.
As always we had an amazing time at The Patrica. The food was excellent, service was perfect and the atmosphere cosy and chic. My favourite and would highly reccomend. Go!
Amazing as always
Outstanding, as usual.
Exceptional dining experience!!!
Fantastic meal from start to finish. Great service and atmosphere and it's obvious this little gem of a place is more concerned with quality food than pretentiousness as we felt 100% comfortable in a very relaxed restaurant.
Great service, fab food, lovely atmosphere. Can't wait to come back. Best sourdough bread and butter in the land
Such a lovely treat to eat here! Will continue to come back time and time again
Fantastic food!! Unfortunately very tight time slot off 2 hours...
Our third time coming on a special occasion (birthday) and it's always an absolute pleasure. I confidently expect we'll be back many more times!
As always, an amazing meal and the staff couldn’t have been friendlier. A couple of small points... 1) the lack of a fan or air con can make the restaurant really stuffy and hot. 2) it’s honestly unforgivable in 2018 to have no facility for electronically tipping your staff. Even failing to allow over-payment to be paid to them as gratuity. It’s really not hard and leaves both customers and your really hard working staff feeling a bit awkward at the end.
Lovely meal, great service. I felt the menu choice was a little limited but we enjoyed the dishes we had.
It was cold in the restaurant, whenever the door opened a cold draft made it uncomfortable. Shame because the food was lovely.
Delicious food with great service. A fabulous Wednesday treat on the £20 menu. Wish there was another one in Gosforth! A must for anyone who has not been.
Had a lovely Sunday lunch, service was efficient and friendly, will be back soon. Kind Regards, Chara
Consistently great meal. Every part was delicious.