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The Bank Restaurant and Bar is set in the former Grade 2 listed Lloyds Bank building in the heart of Low Fell high. In November 1841 Tomas Wilson, a poet of considerable repute in Gateshead, opened the Literary Rooms on Durham Road. Created by architect Thomas Oliver of Newcastle and build by Thomas Liddell of Lowfell, the upper section of the building was used as a school for the local children until the opening of a new school on a site at Kells Lane in 1895.The building was taken over by Lloyds Bank which closed in the late 1990's. The Building has now been recently refurbished and opened as The Bank Restaurant and Bar. Providing a New Chef, New Menu and great staff.
All reviews steak chicken supreme tapas fish cakes prawns pasta low fell sunday lunch upstairs restaurant dessert menu peppercorn sauce two courses pleasant surroundings staff were attentive fabulous food birthday meal veg
Went to the bank on Saturday night 12-01-19 for my wife’s birthday with family and friends. It wasn’t busy upstairs with only 2 other couples in but we had a nice table for 6 . The only waitress was very nice and attentive . We...More
Not a bad place, we used to really love it - it had that extra class the other bars on Low Fell didn’t offer... But over the year the standards have slipped - nice wine but it’s served in a cheap IKEA glass (no style...)...More
Myself and the Mrs took our Mam's here for the first time for Sunday Lunch. Couldnt fault the food or service, the beef lunch was beautiful. The treacle pudding with custard and ice cream afterwards was stunning. Excellent value for money, we will most certainly...More
Tried the tapas; fish cakes very good, Thai curry too sweet, all other options of a decent standard and served promptly. Wine reasonable value. Would have received 4 stars but for arrival of very loud group who were just drinking and not mindful of us...More
Favourite place when me and my friend get chance for some girly time, love the tapas menu, cocktails are unreal especially if on offer and the steak night is lovely if you fancy upstairs in the restaurant, in the summer the beer garden is a...More
Tried this restaurant and bar for the 1st time and was impressed. My date and I decided on the tapas. The portions were a nice size and very tasty especially the prawns. The bar has a nice atmosphere about it and the food was lovely....More
I'd been here several times before and enjoyed tapas and cocktails in the beer garden. But this is the first time I'd had a main meal. I chose the petite fillet steak in peppercorn sauce and my friend had the chicken and halloumi burger. They...More