The Kings Head is a great local pub in the heart of Bridgend which shows all sporting events and hosts the best Quiz and Poker Nights and Live Music in town. With our delicous food and great range of drinks; it's no surprise that we are both Cask Marque Accredited and have a 5 Star EHO rating not to mention that we feature in the Good Beer Guide. So why don't you bring the whole family or simply meet with friends in a Bridgend's best local pub.
Serving Turkish cuisine close to Newcastle in South Shields, Turkish Salash Natural Grill invites you in to try the restaurant’s superb selection of traditional specialities. Found on Ocean Road, this friendly restaurant is the perfect place to meet up with friends or family over a feast of authentic Turkish dishes. The food here is made with lots of passion and experience, and believe us when we say that’s a good thing – you’ll taste the love in every single bite. Using charcoal grills for cooking, the food on offer is cooked the same way it is in southeast Anatolia. Taste the Anatolian kitchen at Turkish Salash Natural Grill!
Located in the picturesque South Shields, not far from Newcastle, Prima Restaurant & Lounge is the perfect place to kick back, relax and indulge in delicious Italian food. Spacious, stylish and perfect for groups or intimate affairs, you’ll love the atmosphere, extensive menu and carefully curated wine list. To begin, we recommend the antipasto board that comes brimming with Italian charcuterie, salad and cheese. Then, for the main be sure to keep an eye out for the lamb stew cooked with garlic, red wine and rosemary; the classic spaghetti Bolognese and the linguine scoglio with prawns, mussels, tomatoes and chilli. There’s also an array of pizza offerings and delicious desserts that are well worth saving room for. You’ll find Prima Restaurant & Lounge in South Shields on Newcastle Road.
Bringing the heat to South Avenue, Spice One is a trusted choice for great Indian cuisine in South Shields. A sophisticated dining establishment complete with stunning furnishings and beautiful chandeliers, Spice One provides a romantic ambience that's hard to top. Established back in 2003, this Indian restaurant has been a consistent favourite among locals, and always manages to surprise visitors from all across the Newcastle area with their commitment to great service and delicious food. The a la carte menu features everything from gourmet starters like tandoori scallops to hearty specialities like Jaipuri beef, chicken jot pot and the lamb saag. Seafood is done especially well at Spice One, so make sure to try the Bangla prawns, the lal nariyal scallops and the machli mirchi jhul, monkfish cooked in a tasty sauce. As always with Indian cuisine, there’s plenty of amazing meat-free dishes to choose from, so bring along that lovable herbivore in your life and feast at Spice One