Newcastle’s first and only sky lounge, 3SIXTY’s new à la carte menu draws inspiration from Head Chef Bruno George Chapim’s global culinary journey.
Served on the twenty-sixth floor of Newcastle’s tallest building, while diners gaze out and admire jaw-dropping skyline views, 3SIXTY’s new à la carte menu is designed to give customers a lavish experience.
It’s been designed by head chef Bruno George Chapim, who takes inspiration from different cultures and flavours inspired by his experience of foods from around the world.
Diners can expect a culinary journey to South Korea and across to Italy, with small dishes such as Korean Pork Bao Buns, Pan-Fried Scottish Scallops and Lasagne Bites, to large dish selections including Himalayan Salt Aged Rib Eye, Black Ink Linguini or Wild Mushroom Risotto made from seasonal ingredients, as well as a 48 Day Aged Wagyu Sirloin Steak.
Originally from Luanda, in Angola, South Africa, Bruno – who has recently joined 3SIXTY – is known for his exceptional attention to detail.
He said: “Every chef brings their own interpretation of culinary experiences to the kitchen and for this menu, I’m sharing my experience and the exceptional flavours I’ve had the honour of tasting over the years. I couldn’t be prouder to bring my inspiration from around the world, and some innovative techniques I’ve seen in London, to 3SIXTY in Newcastle.”
An optional wine flight complements each dish, with wines sourced directly from the vineyards of Tuscany, Italy, to the McLaren Vale in Australia, home to more than 80 superb wineries in the region.
Originally launched back in May 2021, 3SIXTY has been a hugely popular destination within the city from locals choosing to host celebrations, to tourists wanting to see Newcastle’s only 360 views.
The menus at 3SIXTY are led by seasonal ingredients, and Bruno will continually update the à la carte offering.
Matthew Foster, Marketing director at One Collection Group said: “We’re very impressed with the new menu, its exceptional flavours and how it resembles 3SIXTY’s aesthetic, striking personality, views and atmosphere.
“We are lucky enough to have the most perfect panoramic views of the city, and our new culinary offering will give guests an even greater experience. With sky-high dining, the views speak for themselves, and now our new menu is a proud celebration of global cuisine that puts seasonal and local produce at centre stage.”