survey result

Summary

£44
    £
4
Very Good
4
Very Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

This “stunning cocktail bar with panoramic views” and “unbeatable fish and seafood” was opened by the local fish ’n’ chip dynasty two years ago and is “already a winner – a must-visit venue” on the South Tyneside seafront. It’s a “fabulous” re-purposing of a colonnaded 1931 “local folly” known as ‘Gandhi’s Temple’ – and menu highlights include an “enormous fish mixed grill”.

Summary

£44
    £
4
Very Good
4
Very Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

This “stunning cocktail bar with panoramic views” and “unbeatable fish and seafood” was opened by the local fish ’n’ chip dynasty two years ago and is “already a winner – a must-visit venue” on the South Tyneside seafront. It’s a “fabulous” re-purposing of a colonnaded 1931 “local folly” known as ‘Gandhi’s Temple’ – and menu highlights include an “enormous fish mixed grill”.

Summary

£34
    £
4
Very Good
4
Very Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

“Magnificent views over the North Sea” accompany a trip to this year-old new venture from the nearby fish ’n’ chip supremo, which occupies a converted landmark on the seafront. “Top fish ’n’ chips” as you’d hope, plus “local coastal cuisine as well as a cocktail and oyster bar”.

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Owner's description

Colmans Seafood Temple is a family orientated seafood restaurant serving the finest coastal cuisine. We strive to use local and seasonal produce wherever possible and have sustainability and responsible sourcing methods at the heart of our ethos.

We are proud of our local fishermen who land fresh fish and shellfish daily and work using low impact fishing methods that preserve our marine environment.

Situated on South Shields Seafront, panoramic windows offer unrivaled views of our fantastic coastline! At Colmans, we prepare original and delicious seafood dishes which are cooked to order. Relax and enjoy our simple but effective approach to seafood, whilst absorbing the vibrant atmosphere of our blue flag beach. There is something for everyone at Colmans Seafood Temple and we look forward to welcoming you all to enjoy some great seafood and happy times.

Prices

Traditional European menu

Starter Main Veggies Pudding
£7.50 £12.45 £3.50 £6.00
Drinks  
Wine per bottle £16.95
Filter Coffee £2.25
Extras  
Service 10.00%

Restaurant details

Highchair,Menu
No dress code

Colmans Seafood Temple Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Colmans Seafood Temple Restaurant in NE33, South Shields by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Colmans Seafood Temple restaurant.
Kerrie J
I travel from down South to Sunderland once...
Reviewed 4 months, 14 days ago

"I travel from down South to Sunderland once a year and everytime I am up without fail eat at The Seafood Temple and Colmans down on Ocean road, food is always fantastic and the service is always top notch!!!!! Cannot wait to come back and eat here next time I am up Kerrie Jones"

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Sea Road, South Shields, NE33 2LD
Opening hours
Monday11:30 am‑8:30 pm
Tuesday11:30 am‑8:30 pm
Wednesday11:30 am‑8:30 pm
Thursday11:30 am‑8:30 pm
Friday11:30 am‑8:30 pm
Saturday11:30 am‑8:30 pm
Sunday11:30 am‑7 pm

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