Kenny Atkinson's follow-up to House of Tides next door (and replacement for Violets) will offer a tasting menu for just 14 guests; opened June 2022.
Harden's survey result
Kenny Atkinson’s follow-up to House of Tides next door (and replacement for Violets Café) offers a tasting menu for just 14 guests. It opened in summer 2022, too late for feedback in our annual diners’ poll, but a September 2022 review from Grace Dent of The Guardian suggests it’s a ‘must-visit’: “For every Ynyshir, Moor Hall or Ikoyi – and Solstice is easily as impressive as those three – there are others that keep you hostage for hours, offering endless edible gold leaf and interminable pauses, and leaving you hungrier when you leave than you were when you arrived. That’s why I appreciate the theatre, the pacing and the exquisite attention to detail of the likes of Solstice.”
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5 - 7 Side, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3JE
|Wednesday||7 pm‑8 pm|
|Thursday||7 pm‑8 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑1 pm, 7 pm‑8 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm‑1 pm, 7 pm‑8 pm|