If you're looking to show clients an exciting and different eating experience, this venue on High Bridge,Newcastle Upon Tyne city centre, is the place to go. The North African and Persian-inspired interior is both a creative and comfortable environment, and the cutlery-free eating experience is one to remember.
About the Flatbread Cafe
Where: 69-75 High Bridge, Newcastle
Dining at Flatbread Cafe involves using bread to scoop up the various soups, dips, salads and main dishes, which deliver a fusion of international flavours - I recommend the Bedou Feast, where you get three dishes with your flatbread.
It is a great place to share dishes, including a delicious Gaeng Fak Torng (butternut squash dish) and Khoresh (lamb, celery and mint). The Sabzi (fresh herbs and feta cheese) tasted amazing wrapped up in the flatbread and the Mechouia roasted red pepper dip was a popular choice.
The aroma of flatbreads being baked in a traditional hand-crafted clay oven was to die for, and knowing the food is nutritious made for guilt-free eating (until the desserts arrived, that is.)
With its distinct flavours, Flatbread Cafe has brought a new cultural experience to Newcastle. There's even a special room that can be booked for business meetings, which I will be sure to frequent.