Three Bears Kitchen opened in Newcastle in mid March this year and I was buzzing to try it out. From the vintage decor to the original refurbished ceiling this place somehow pulls all the vibes of being both vintage and modern at the same time.
The waitresses were incredibly lovely and the service I received was definitely up the top with that of Newcastle eateries. Definitely something that will bring me back to a place.
|Green Machine - Avocado, Kale, Spinach & Sprouts on Sourdough|
These restaurant reviews are starting to turn into me scouting the city for different ways I can eat avocado on things. I haven't actually eaten Kale before (shock horror) but I was pleasantly surprised, and it went well with the spinach. I felt incredibly healthy eating all of those greens, and it's a much more appropriate breakfast than I would usually have of a morning.
|3 Bears Breakfast - Toulouse Sausage, bacon, roast tomato, mushroom, spinach, 2 eggs, toast & BBQ Sauce|
I can tell you that my Dad was suitably impressed and could barely eat all of the quality selection.
The two of us also ordered coffees with our meals, a Soy Chai Latte for me and a Cappuccino for him. I've had my fair share of Chai's at a lot of different cafes and this was definitely up there in quality flavour. The same can be said for the cappuccino.
Excitingly enough the Three Bears Kitchen is soon to be opening up for dinner on Friday & Saturday nights, where they have a set menu and a different country's cuisine for each month. May is Spain! At $55 per head, and BYO Wine I would love to go sometime and try it out. Bookings are of course essential. You can see the details on their Global Dinners here.
You can find the Three Bears Kitchen on Facebook & Instagram.
|2 Market Street, Newcastle|