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Sunday, January 5, 2020

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review

We paid for our own meal. Prices & details checked December 2019 

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review


We recently popped into Newcastle with the kids for a spot of shopping and decided to treat them to brunch first. We are spoilt for choice when it comes to brunch options in Newcastle but on this particular occasion decided to try All Bar One - the new kid on the block. 


All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - Grey Street Entrance

All Bar One is located on Grey Street in the old Browns building just next to Harry's Bar.  All Bar One is open daily from 9am and children are welcome before 7pm. You can book online in advance but for breakfast, this really isn't needed - there were plenty of tables free during our visit. Download the All Bar One app to access exclusive offers and deals.

On a Sunday morning, the vibe was lovely and laid back with an easy-listening soundtrack. The venue feels nice and welcoming and the staff were lovely and brill with kids. If you dine later in the day, a children's menu is available and mains are just £4 each. There is also a dedicated Vegan menu and lots of offers including lunch and a drink for £8.95 or 4 tapas and a bottle of wine for £20 on a Tuesday - check out their offers page for details.  


All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - restaurant interior and booths

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review

Back to brunch though - we ordered a range of hot drinks which were all reasonably priced and came with a complimentary shot of smarties which pleased the kids.

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - tea and coffee

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - hot chocolates

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - free smarties

Considering the prime Grey Street location, the prices are brilliant. You can order kids a small Full English or Veggie English for £4 from the children's menu and as everything is cooked to order, you can make amendments too. 

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - breakfast menu

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - drinks menu


Our food arrived in good time and was nicely presented. It wasn't the best breakfast we have ever had in Newcastle but it was really good value and we had no complaints. Steve's Chorizo Egg Pot was probably the best dish and I still can't believe it was less than a fiver.

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - bacon sandwich


All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - waffles and syrup

All Bar One Newcastle Brunch Review - chorizo egg bowl

At just under £40, our brunch worked out at £8 per person including a hot drink which isn't bad at all. Brunch set us up nicely for the day. Not many places open at 9am on a weekend for breakfast and All Bar One is a good shout if you are looking for a relaxing start to your day / breakfast meeting or catch up in a central location with a nice ambience and good value food.


We couldn't resist a quick snap with the wall art en-route to the loos. Find out more, book online and view menus, opening times and offers here:   




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  1. I am here for that Chorizo Egg Pot! Looks absolutely delicious! I can't believe how cheap the menu is too, such a great find for a pre shopping breakfast.

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