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Like I said they have loads of one off or small chains and we decided to opt for these rather than big chains. The food was generally yummy. Two places that deserve a special mention is a world foods market in town - you could sample food from all over the world and it was all delicious, especially the mini pancakes!!

My weekend compact wardrobe consisted mainly of two outfits:
1. Mango dress, Oasis coat, Gucci boots and Chanel handbag


Bye Bye, Newcastle!

2. Top from H&M, AG Jeans, Louis Vuitton bag and Primark boots

The menu is varied and you can make any dish mild to spicy (good news for me as I like it quite spicy!). The food is authentic, and arrives pretty quickly. It was utterly delicious! Please open a branch in London!

So this really is the place to go if you like Thai food and something different to the usual high street restaurants. The interior is decorated like a Bangkok street market, and they have cute Tuk-Tuks turned into seating booths and there is a downtown Bangkok bus for you to pose in for pics!

If you have limited time, I definitely recommend a stroll along the Quayside and walk over the Millennium bridge. It is beautiful and the views are breath-taking.

I only had two days in this lovely city so the review is very brief! On the whole, it is a beautiful city, with lovely buildings (mixture of old and new), great shopping and amazing food. I particularly like the fact that most of the restaurants are stand-alone or small chains and not large boring chains like every major city in the UK!

Weekend in Newcastle

Another place was Zaap Thai restaurant -

The place is brightly decorated with neon signs and Thai paraphernalia reminiscent of Bangkok street! It is just brilliant. 

The City