Enjoy informal dining at a new street food turned restaurant haunt, get lost down the rabbit hole at Durham’s new supper club and admire the views at newly-renovated Tynemouth’s Salt Cove

If you like: Something different 
Then try: Los Moros, York
Bringing a taste of North Africa to the streets of York,  Los Moros is preparing to open its doors this week. Run by Tarik Abdeladim, Los Moros has operated as a street food stall on Shambles Food Market since 2015 and is now launching its restaurant on Grape Lane. Offering a host of culinary delights, we’re already dreaming of the beef short rib with preserved lemons and whipped feta, as well as Los Moros’ signature falafel. We’ll see you there.

If you like: Opulent elegance
Then try: The Rabbit Hole, Durham
Fall down the rabbit hole and into wonderland with this 1920s Shanghai inspired supper club.  Giving a nod to a bygone era, The Rabbit Hole brings more than a hint of old-school glamour to the very heart of Durham. Despite not featuring any mad hatters, the restaurant offers an abundance of part-oriental, part-grill dishes that are guaranteed to satisfy your tastebuds. Why not share the love with the mixed Hors D’Oeuvres sharers? We’re thinking salt and pepper ribs, crab and prawn toast, crispy pancake rolls and chicken satay. Delicious. 

If you like: Seaside scenery 
Then try: Salt Cove, Tynemouth
Overlooking the glorious coastline of Longsands, Salt Cove is the latest addition to Tynemouth ’s restaurant scene. Located in The Park Hotel, the restaurant is part of the hotel’s multi-million  pound refurbishment. Paying homage to the hotel’s Art Deco roots with chic 1930s decor, Salt Cove offers up well loved classics with a contemporary twist. We’re already lusting after the signature hanging tandoori chicken kebabs, served with peppers, onions and a heavenly mint and yoghurt dressing. 

Published in: October 2018

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