Supporting independent restaurants with a new app is the order of the day for 23-year-old Abi Moffat
Pick up your phone and download Parakeat now. Because if you’re feeling peckish, Parakeat will deliver you a bellybusting food directory of places to dine out.
The new app, by entrepreneur Abi Moffat, champions independent eateries in Newcastle.
It’s free, and you get one discount offer each month, or you can subscribe to get access to a plateful of deals.
Download the app now or visit parakeat.co.uk
ABI’S TOP 4 PICKS
Kith and Kin
The ever-growing foodie scene in Whitley Bay might have you spoilt for choice, but with this coffee house and kitchen you can tuck into a tasty brunch. The varied menu features shakshuka, bulgur wheat tabbouleh to a steak and halloumi sandwich. Served with the wonderful pink lane coffee in a chilled atmosphere.
Papa Ganoush has been wowing the North East with its wonderful North African-inspired street food. Now father and son duo, Tom and Tim Monkhouse, have opened the eagerly anticipated restaurant in Park View, Whitley Bay. Expect chilled vibes in an informal ‘falafel bar’ style.
Tucked away behind Fat Buddha in the centre of Newcastle, this pasta joint is perfect for casual dining any time of day. Fresh pasta is made every day with love. This is Italian soul food at its best.
Nestled in the old church hall in St George’s Church in Jesmond, Cafe 1901 offers a variety of comfort food that will satisfy anyone’s hunger. Whether you fancy a brunch classic, substantial lunch or coffee and cake, Cafe 1901 is the perfect stop.