The Cycle Hub is a shop, maintenance workshop and general drop-in centre for cyclists; bikes can also be hired and advice can be obtained about local walks, history and cycling routes. Within the Hub is the cafe, where fresh, homemade food can be obtained at a very reasonable price. The fare is straightforward - jacket spuds, paninis etc. My friend had a bowl of chilli, which he pronounced excellent; another had the homemade soup. Two of us had the superb, homemade Homity Pie (cheese, onion and potato), which was served with a range of delicious salads. A range of gourmet pies is also available. There is also a range of cakes, ranging from the "healthy" to the downright coronary-inducing. The cafe is licensed, serving a small range of local and continental bottled beers. The service was friendly, efficient and welcoming. Highly recommended. You can find the Hub right on the Quayside at Ouseburn, close to the Tyne Bar and just a short walk east from the Millennium Bridge.
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