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Quirky old building. Good selection of pies (from The Amble Butcher), mashes, peas and liquor (gravy). Huge selection of craft beer bottled, canned and on tap. Made a nice change to have a simple meal and will be back.
The Red house has always packed a punch when it comes to quirky,old,character and the building has always oozed bags of charm,however it needs to supply some higher standard of wine and not be so anal about their reservation policy. We were told we couldn't...More
The exterior of the building is very quaint and cute. The Redhouse is indeed red (or pink at the least) and quite an old building. Inside the original features have remained so it is like a warren, be fore warned this means it's quite dark...More
Visited with family while we were staying in the area on holiday. Lovely unique place. Totally amazing pies with exceptional pastry. Great choice of mash peas and sauce. Service was amazing and staff were very friendly and helpful. Bonus that it is completely dog friendly....More
On a family holiday, having a stroll next to the river Tyne, after a quick search we found a dog friendly pub to accommodate our pooch. Came in to a lovely setting of an artisan pie & ale pub, however being vegan I was not...More
Went here on a Sunday as recommended by some people we met. Really quirky place which i loved wandering round exploring. The pie, mash, peas and gravy were amazing! Not too much so filled you up without overloading, good price and perfect for a Sunday...More
I struggled with this review a little because I always think that saying average is ‘not that great’ and this for my review is more in relation to the food. We had the pie and mash of course which was £9.99 on a Monday for...More
This bar has bags of atmosphere that others like waxys in Glasgow have spent a fortune trying to replicate due to the fact that you're actually drinking in a historic building, walking down the close and finding nooke and crannies. Cozy and warm, good buzz.
Lovely quirky pub on the quayside. Loads of corridors & rooms, sloping roof & floors, with loads of seating options. Pie & mash was just marvellous, its not necessarily a romantic dinner for two location, but for a casual lunch or dinner it can't be...More
Called into the redhouse a pub with a lovely atmosphere. Both of us had chicken gammon and leek pie mustard mash and mint peas I had please pudding. Lashing of lovely meaty gravy and 2 cokes all under £24 bargain and an enjoyable one.
Response from Nomad_Nath | Reviewed this property |
Don't know about gluten free.
Veggie options are nice (I'm a veggie myself)
They do med' veg and goats cheese pie or ... hard to remember.... sweet potato, spicy tomato, spinach and goats cheese pie.... I think.
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