Food Friday : Dinedout.co.uk – Newcastle’s new restaurant offer website

Food Friday : Dinedout.co.uk – Newcastle’s new restaurant offer website
 



Hello Lovelies,

If you are a foodie in the North East, you may well have already heard about Dined Out (dinedout.co.uk) which is an exclusive offers website allowing us to sign up, take advantage of some great local offers in and around Newcastle and then book a table directly through the website!

A one stop foodie bargain shop created by two students from Newcastle with the aim to usurp the use of traditional paper restaurant vouchers. This is a great idea because to be fair, you are sometimes made to feel a bit bad about handing a money off coupon in a nice restaurant!



Free to join and with a small nominal reservation fee, Dined Out’s exclusive deals are growing and I can well see most of the restaurants in Newcastle will be clamouring to get on board!

I personally love the option to leave a review for each venue too.

Here is a selection of the current offers….

Angeethi   –   2 courses + drink for £11.95
Marco Polo   –   3 courses for only £9.95 
Electric East   –   2 tapas for £10
Piccolino   –   3 courses for only £15 
Peace & Loaf   –   2 Courses, Side + Drink for £15.95
Gusto   –   Lunch course + drink for £9.95
Restaurant DH1   –   3 Courses for 2
Cafe Bangla   –   3 Courses for £10
The Border Minstrel   –   2 for 1 Tuesday’s
The Border Minstrel   –   2 Border Burgers for £10
Prima   –   3 courses for £9.95
Lorelei   –   Steak Dinner + Cocktail for £15
Antico   –   Free Bottle of Wine
Sabatini   –   3 courses for £11.95
The Northumbrian Piper   –   2 Courses For £12


My only wish for the future is going to be more restaurants in Durham but as I very proud born and raised Durham-er, I’m biased!!!



Have you taken advantage of Dined Out yet? Which offers take your fancy?


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