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Pancakes, avocado and fried chicken: Here’s the best places in Newcastle to grab brunch

One for all the basic bitches x


In need of a full English to cure that hangover? Catching up with your mates? Maybe you're just celebrating the fact that you made it to a lecture this week? Whatever the occasion, brunch is always the answer. We've rounded up all the best places in Newcastle which are guaranteed to fill those poached egg and smashed avo cravings, so get ready to bless the Insta with your brunch snaps!

Cafe 1901

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Serving amazing breakfasts all day long and being dog friendly, the very popular Cafe 1901 is an Insta girl's dream. It offers all the Eggs Benedict and Smashed Avo you could want, as well as some fab veggie and vegan options. Although the food is a bit pricier, it's located right in central Jesmond so you can always grab a coffee and hang with the doggos for the morning.

Ernest

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With a great range of options beyond the classic poached eggs, Ernest is definitely worth the trek to Shieldfield to satisfy your brunch cravings. Try their Hash Bowl with hash browns, halloumi, chorizo and eggs for the perfect hangover cure, or give their Shakshuka a go for an amazing veggie option.

The Dispensary Coffee House

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The Dispensary Coffee House is located right under The View accommodation and is Newcastle's new go-to spot for 'gram worthy breakfasts. Some of their insane dishes include pancake stacks that come loaded with toppings and syringes of maple syrup, fried chicken and waffles or their amazing dirty breakfast fries. If the food is not enough to draw you in, definitely don't miss their candy floss hot chocolate, creme egg espresso and even a colour-changing tea for the perfect Insta opportunity.

Aidan's Kitchen

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This little cafe in Sandyford is definitely worth a visit for their Nutella, salted caramel and banana pancake stack, as well as all the brunch classics like smashed avo and eggs. They've also got an amazing range of cakes on offer, but it gets super busy so worth booking before you miss out.

Yolo Townhouse

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Yolo Townhouse is a hidden gem just off Grey Street and is a must-try for your next brunch outing. Serving breakfast all day long, their Full English will cure hangover and they also have great deals, like 2-4-1 on all hot drinks before noon and 50% off all food on Thursdays!

Quay Ingredient

Located under the Tyne Bridge, Quay Ingredient is the go to if you're feeling like brekkie at any time of the day on the weekends. For brunching on a budget, try the cinnamon pancakes (very cheap) or breakfast sandwiches (even cheaper), or there's always the truffle oil scrambled eggs if your overdraft can handle it.

Monsieur Crepe Cafe

Another place serving brekkie all day long, Monsieur Crepe Cafe in Heaton is the perfect affordable spot for anyone with a sweet tooth. They have an amazing range of crepes with as many toppings you could imagine, like banana, ginger and toffee or peach and white chocolate.

Although we've told you that these are some of the most delicious brunch spots in Newcastle, don't just take our word for it! Go and check them out ASAP (and don't forget to tag us on Insta)