Places to eat in Berwick-upon-Tweed
Berwick-upon-Tweed is a colourful town rich in history and culture. After a day’s exploring (or to fuel yourself for the day ahead) you’ll need to tuck into some delicious, local fare.
To reflect this eclectic town there are an array of quirky, cosy, and upscale eateries. Whether you want hearty, simple grub or a touch of luxury, Berwick won’t disappoint! Coming from our Berwick or Haggerston Castle holiday parks? Bring your appetite with you. Here are some of the best places to eat in Berwick-upon-Tweed.
The Riverside Cafe
Cuisine: British classics
As you enter this charming cafe, you'll instantly feel a warm welcome with its bright, clean interior and display of sumptuous cakes. Fancy a quick bite to eat? Try one of their tempting baked pastries. If you’d rather sit down to something more substantial, treat yourself to a hot meal such as roast beef with Yorkshire puddings. They offer specials, so make sure to check the board while you're there to try something that you won't see every day.
There’s freshly-ground coffee and a selection of teas available too — ideal to kick back and relax in this comfy, cosy atmosphere.
Lowry’s at the Chandlery
Cuisine: British classics
Find Lowry’s at the Chandlery with its bright, fresh, but cosy environment. Choose to eat inside or on the patio if the weather’s behaving, where you’ll get impressive views of the harbour and Royal Border bridge. If you’re looking for dog-friendly restaurants in Berwick-upon-Tweed, they welcome furry friends to chill with you in the outside area!
Sample delicious ground coffee roasted locally and a selection of mouthwatering bakes. Feel free to share your Instagram-worthy snaps of your food and surroundings —there’s free wifi!
This warm, inviting bistro-style eatery feels like a slice of rustic France, with pots and pans hanging from the ceiling and lovely artwork around the walls. There’s a mouthwatering menu of cheese and charcuterie, as well as twists on old classics like bratwurst and pies. Enjoy your cheese platters with a local ale and make sure to buy some of the local produce from the deli to take home! Dogs are welcome with open arms, which is brilliant news if you’ve come in from a blustery walk together.
You can find Atelier on Bridge Street, not too far from the Quayside.
The Mule on Rouge
Cuisine: coffee and snacks
Visit one of the most unique restaurants in Berwick-upon-Tweed, on the corner of Bridge Street — there are real vinyl records playing in the record player which sets off the relaxed, beach vibe! Inside, there are mismatched chairs and tables with unusual furniture and artwork dotted around.
The warm service matches the equally inviting food. Choose mouthwatering nachos and salsa, vegan subs, bagels, and cakes with plenty of hot and cold drink options. For a totally unique experience for music and food lovers alike, pop in when you're in town.
Thistle Do Nicely
Cuisine: British classics
At Thistle Do Nicely, you can expect traditional British food at its finest.
Choose from a cooked breakfast, sandwiches, pies, and hot drinks. There’s an array of tasty specials such as red velvet cake and homemade quiche and scones. If you need something more substantial, there are full platters and stews to keep you going. Even if you’re vegetarian or eat gluten-free!
Cuisine: fish and chips
Traditional fish and chips done right, enjoyed in an old-fashioned Berwick-upon-Tweed restaurant with a retro feel.
Tuck into a hearty plate of freshly fried local cod and chunky chips with a side of bread and butter. What’s not to like? A Corvi is also dog-friendly, so pop in on your way through Berwick town to fill up on this seaside classic.
This Turkish restaurant offers service as vibrant as the food. Upon your arrival, you’ll be greeted by friendly, helpful staff who will guide you to your seat in a cosy, relaxed seating area. There’s wheelchair access and high chairs for little ones, so the whole family can enjoy the ambience.
The authentic Turkish menu feels like a little slice of Istanbul in the middle of Berwick! Come for lunch or dinner to try food that’s totally different to your regular cafe or pub fare. Book ahead to avoid missing out!
The Magna Tandoori
Since the 1980s, the Magna Tandoori provided Berwick with delicious, authentic Indian food based in a stunning old building on Bridge Street. With its award-winning menu and generous portions, you’ll indulge in classics and more unusual dishes. All food is made to order and you can ask for extra spice if you dare....
The restaurant is fully wheelchair accessible so everyone can enjoy their meal with no restrictions. You’ll need to make a reservation, but it’s well worth it!
The Maltings Cafe Bar
Cuisine: pub grub
The Maltings Cafe Bar is located in a snug corner next to the theatre and offers an array of appetising food in a modern setting. There’s an outdoor seating area to enjoy drinks with a town view, although indoors the wide window has a panoramic view of the barracks as well.
Enjoy a selection of sandwiches, salads, chips, delicious bakes and cakes including specials like haggis scotch eggs and homemade coleslaw. There are vegan and gluten-free options too, so no one will go hungry.
Amran’s Indian Kitchen and Grill
For an upscale experience and authentic Indian cuisine, visit Amran’s. As you make your way down Hide Hill, you’ll spot the welcoming frontage. Inside you’ll be greeted by a spacious, modern dining experience and attentive staff will do everything they can to make you feel welcome. Every dish is created with care and plated up with precision. You’ll almost feel bad tucking in! Meals are full of flavour and made with love by Indian chefs.
You might not need to book, but we’d recommend doing so to avoid disappointment.