On Saturday lunchtime I popped into Bruges for a quick lunch with my sister. The weather was fine so we chose to sit outside which was a very pleasant. I had the prawn ans crayfish salad with lime mayonnaise and my sister had tuna nicose - both were absolutely delicious. With drinks the total bill came to £20. great value for money.
Possibly the best value restaurant in the north of England if you get the early evening special - £9 for 2 courses (which includes rump steak and excellent fries) or £11 for 3 courses, which includes tremendous ( and massive) deserts!! A la carte is good as well, and great beer selection - over 30 beers, with a few on tap.
Went to Bruges Restaurant in April 2008 and enjoyed really good food. It's a tiny place, so not suitable for a big party, but really nice for 2 or 4 at a table.The prawn and crayfish salad did have only about 3 crayfish init (!) but was very succulent. Hubby had mussels, which were as good as the Big Mussel in town.
With out doubt bruge restaurant in jesmond in newcastle is one of the best value and fantastic little places to eat.
We live in Washington about 10miles from this restaurant and we have eat at bruges every 3 weeks it is so so good , When ever we have friends come and visit this is with out doubt our favourite places to take them for food.
The restaurant has a great cosy feel but also the buzz of a great place to be , with excellent waiting staff and a great chef it is with out doubt the best value for money for a great meal and great night out .
Oh one more thing i have to say is the friends who live locally that we have taken to bruges now take there friends there to what more can be said
from colin elrick
A nicely small restaurant, means your food arrives on your table hot, rather than sitting under heat lamps for ages and arriving tepid, as it does so often in big places.
We've been twice, it is always booked up, and has a nice atmosphere, they are not trying too hard!
We like it here!