Sunday Lunches

Looking for a canny Sunday dinner? We’ll have reviewed some for you to chose from in the North East.

Sunday Lunch at The Earl of Pitt Street

I’ve wanted to return to The Earl of Pitt Street since our last visit wasn’t as successful as it should have been. You can read all about it here, but to cut a long story short we were incorrectly told…
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Sunday Lunch at Cosy Dove

I usually don’t worry too much about Google Analytics and the like as a ‘hobby blogger’ but, after a conversation with a friend, I decided to see what the Most Searched For terms were on the Canny Food blog. My reviews…
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The Green Room Bistro, Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough. Home of the Parmo and not much else in a culinary sense. It is also not somewhere I’d usually consider travelling to, until I heard about The Green Room, that is. Having pretty much exhausted the options of Newcastle…
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Sunday Lunch at The Roxburgh

Long before this recent foodie spate in Whitley Bay (see our reviews of Elder & Wolf and OMNI for further proof), a chef who had worked all over the world took a punt and opened up The Roxburgh. Those in the know…
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The Broad Chare, Newcastle Quayside

Having Brazilian guests a few weeks ago meant we had to think of the best places in the North East we could take them. They arrived at Newcastle Airport on a thankfully sunny Sunday, and we took them for an…
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Toby Carvery, MetrOasis

I can envisage the snide Twitter comments about this post already. There are two things our visit to Toby Carvery at the MetroCentre proves; 1) I love Mr. Canny very much and I want to make sure he’s accommodated when…
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The Town Wall, Newcastle

One of my big fears about Mr. Canny’s veganism was whether I’d still be able to enjoy my favourite meal – a good old Sunday lunch. The Quorn substitutes that pubs and restaurants offer are not always suitable for vegans,…
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