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Caffé Vivo

Caffé Vivo

2014
Address :
29 Broad Chare GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQNE1 3DQNewcastle upon Tyne
Phone :
(0191) 2321331
E-mail :
manager@caffevivo.co.uk
Website :

Cuisine Italian

Menu: £19 - Carte: £17/£38

In a quayside warehouse - with a theatre. Zinc ducting and steel pillars give it an industrial feel, while hams, salamis and oils add a touch of the Mediterranean. Simple, satisfying cooking of classic Italian dishes. Good value lunch menu.

Useful Information

Main services

  • No dogs allowed No dogs allowed
  • Air conditioning Air conditioning
  • Reserved for non-smokers in all or part of the establishment Reserved for non-smokers in all or part of the establishment

Payment options

  • American express
  • Visa
  • Master card

Opening hours :

Closed Sunday, Monday and bank holidays. Contacter l'établissement pour confirmer ces informations.

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Caffé Vivo

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5/5

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      • Language: gbr
      • Position : With family

      Pros

      We eat here a lot especially at lunchtime when it is great value. The staff are extremely friendly and children are welcome without being pandered to. The food is beautifully prepared Italian cuisine. Don't think this is an 'Italian' restaurant in the typical British sense. There aren't any potato skins, garlic bread with cheese or sloppy pasta. Having been fortunate enough to eat in Italy I can say this is the nearest thing Newcastle has to a genuine Italian eatery. Last time I ate there I had a grilled squid with chilli starter that was out of this world. A semi fredo with hot chocolate sauce also stood out.

      Cons

      If you eat there at a certain time it can be crammed full of lawyers as it is just round the corner to the law courts. I suppose that isn't necessarily a bad thing! It depends whether or not you like lawyers.

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