We're celebrating #EnjoyNuL Week this week (18th-24th March), so here's our guide to six of the best places to eat in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Have we missed out your favourite? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter and we'll give them a shout-out!

Image shows broth being poured onto a ramen dishNewcastle-under-Lyme's newest restaurant, STOCK by FEASTED, is now open and serving up deliciousness at the gateway to the town centre.

The team behind the hugely successful The Chef's Table at FEASTED has brought a new concept to the High Street, accessible to all, with broths, small plates, and ramen, all on the menu, alongside some incredible cocktails and carefully paired wines.

STOCK by FEASTED also makes fresh in house morning buns and to accompany the amazing coffee on offer.

COMPETITION NEWS: You can win a £40 voucher for STOCK by FEASTED by entering our fantastic EnjoyNuL Week prize draw!

Just answer the simple question at https://www.enjoystaffordshire.com/ideas-and-inspiration/competitions/enjoy-newcastle-week-2024-prize-draw and it could be you!

Apple cakeTucked away on Pepper Street, Amore Italian is easy to miss.

But do seek it out. Because this family-owned restaurant offers proper Italian food, skilfully cooked.

I especially love Amore’s pasta and meat dishes; the best I’ve eaten outside Bologna, the city often regarded as the food capital of Italy.

Not bad for a modest café and restaurant down a Newcastle-under-Lyme side street!

By Lynne Barnsley. Read more reviews of great Staffordshire eateries at her blog, https://moorlandseater.com/

Betley Tea Room, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, on a busy dayNestling in the heart of one of Newcastle-under-Lyme’s prettiest villages, Betley Tea Room is perfect for anyone who loves traditional English fayre.

This family-run eaterie has TripAdvisor reviewers raving about their bountiful breakfasts, hearty Sunday roasts, and cakes to die for – all made from locally-sourced produce, supporting farmers in Staffordshire and nearby Cheshire.

For a quintessentially English experience, choose the great value afternoon tea for two, which has a selection of delightful, freshly-made sandwiches, cakes and scones (advance notice required).

There’s an afternoon tea for one too, if you just fancy treating yourself, and an extensive takeaway menu offering Staffordshire oatcakes, hot food specials, cakes, and tea and coffee to wash them down.

Full details are available at https://www.betleytearoom.co.uk/

Two ladies enjoy a vintage afternoon tea at the Dorothy Clive Garden tea room, StaffordshireSitting on Staffordshire's borders with Shropshire and Cheshire, the tea room at the Dorothy Clive Garden just squeezes into Newcastle-under-Lyme.

It’s an idyllic spot for a light bite, with views of the wonderful, colourful landscape, and plenty of outdoor seating for you to soak it all in as you enjoy the home-made fayre.

The Ploughman’s lunches, cream teas and afternoon tea come highly recommended, and there is a good selection of vegan and gluten-free options.

Head to http://dorothyclivegarden.co.uk/ for more information.

COMPETITION NEWS: We have a brilliant prize from Dorothy Clive Garden for our #EnjoyNuL Week competition too - two joint annual memberships!

Full details of the competition are available at https://www.enjoystaffordshire.com/ideas-and-inspiration/competitions/enjoy-newcastle-week-2024-prize-draw

The interior of Pasta di Piazza in Newcastle-under-Lyme, StaffordshireDelicious freshly made food, prepared by experienced chefs, with great customer service, in one of Staffordshire’s cosiest restaurants – what’s not to like?

Pasta di Piazza is a traditional Italian restaurant, offering everything from perfect pasta to tantalising tiramisu – including out-of-this-world steaks – in the historic town centre of Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Renowned for good value, and acclaimed for welcoming and attentive staff by TripAdvisor reviewers, it’s a must-visit next time you are in town – whether you fancy somewhere for date night, a family get-together or a light lunch.

Everything you need to know is at https://pastadipiazzaitaliana.co.uk/

The entrance to Slater's Country Inn, Newcastle-under-Lyme, StaffordshireSet in a converted 18th Century farmhouse, Slater's Country Inn, in Baldwin's Gate on the outskirts of Newcastle-under-Lyme, is a lovely eating out spot.

The hearty cuisine - with an excellent range of gluten-free options - plus friendly service and charming surroundings, guarantee a memorable dining experience, and fully justifies their srong reputation and TripAdvisor reviews.

There's nowhere better for a Sunday roast, so why not book yourself in for Easter Sunday? There are set one, two, or three-course Sunday Lunch menus, alongside the normal Sunday menu.

Details can be found at https://slaterscountryinn.co.uk/

More places to eat in Newcastle-under-Lyme

You can find more places to eat in Newcastle-under-Lyme in our section dedicated to the borough - click https://www.enjoystaffordshire.com/ideas-and-inspiration/explore-our-destinations/newcastle-under-lyme to find out more.


Betley Tearoom
Tea/Coffee Shop
Betley Tearoom

We are a family run tearoom situated on a 180 acre beef and sheep farm in the lovely village of Betley, near Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. Providing an extensive menu as well as traditional afternoon tea using local suppliers.

The Dorothy Clive Garden Tearoom
Tea Room
The Dorothy Clive Garden Tearoom

The Dorothy Clive Garden Tea room is set in the middle of the 12 acre garden and opens from 10:00 serving a range of light snacks, homemade scones, cakes, hot and cold beverages, alcohol and also Cheshire Farm Ice cream.

Pasta Di Piazza La Favorita
Restaurant - Italian
Pasta Di Piazza La Favorita

Welcome to the Midland’s premier Italian restaurants. Situated in Newcastle-under-Lyme, they aim to bring you traditional Italian home cooking and a relaxed atmosphere. Choose from their extensive and specially selected wine list.

Slater's Country Inn
Restaurant - Pub
Slaters from the outside

Slater's Country Inn has a high reputation for quality food with both the Granary restaurant and bar menu based on the use of fresh locally sourced ingredients.