The Settle Down Cafe

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 4 reviews )

61/62 Thornton St, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, NE1 4AW

Serves meat, vegan options available. Small cafe off Westgate Rd and near Central Station. Around half the menu is vegetarian and looks like sandwiches could be made to order (ask) with hummus, falafel, salsa, caramelized onion, roasted veggies, etc. Offers a selection of veggie salads including bok choi & sesame, and chickpea & spinach. Fair trade coffee and other drinks. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-7:00pm, Sat 9:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: International, Western, Salad bar, Take-out, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by CLRtraveller

My favourite coffee shop and lunch time shop - Edit

Settle Down Cafe isn't a vegetarian cafe but they have a lot of amazing vegetarian options. Their salad is to die for, the do amazing pizzas and fantastic soups. Their £5 meal deal is a winner too and add all that to their amazing coffee and a scrumptious cakes and you'll know why this is my top cafe pick in Newcastle. Try it out, it'll quickly become a fast favourite of yours too I'm sure.

Pros: Great veggie options , Great value, Amazing staff

Cons: not open at night ( they will be soon)

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Settle Down Kids - Edit

Right next to Tilleys bar in a cracker jackson part of town. This is a decent eaterie where you will find canny veg / vegan food lurking lovingly amongst the meat in pleasant surroundings. British food, British drinks, British Britain.

Pros: Decent food, Nice location, Friendly

Cons: Serves meat

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cross contamination - Edit

Stayed only for a drink as veggie food was touching non veggie food in display cabinets

Cons: meat products touching veggie foods

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good food - Edit

Bowl was chipped, but the vegan Autumnal Root Vegetable soup was very tasty, garnished with roasted pumpkin seeds (too pulpy to eat). Vegan falafel sandwich on seedy bun was good. Soup & sandwich for £4.50. Also available: treats, mini-pizzas. Meat is used too.
Private small room at rear. Large table for groups.

Pros: tasty vegan soups and sandwiches

Cons: not completely vegetarian, needs some new dishes

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