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We revisited this market last Sunday for the first time in many years. We had checked out of our hotel early and thought we would give it another try because the last time we were there all the stalls seemed to be selling the same thing - cup cakes! I’m glad we did because the choice of goods on sale... 更多
It has been years since I last visited and I was really impressed with the selection of food & craft stalls with something to suit all budgets. The mini beach is great addition for the summer months & open 7 days a week too! Stunning views of the river & bridges and plenty of spots to sit & enjoy. A... 更多
Setting out from Central Station on foot, the black signs were pretty good, and then they stopped! Blue signs took over and sent us underground, through a subway and thence into nomansland. The signs ran out. Many dead-end back alleyways, led us to a helpful stranger who set us on the right path. Once we arrived, the market looked promising,... 更多
I loved coming here 30 years ago, seeing the various stalls selling just about every item imaginable for rock bottom prices. Today it's just a soulless middle class food market selling average looking snacks for eye watering prices to clientele who are all too keen to buy into it. Such a pity.
This place used to be dismal years ago with cheap stalls selling rubbish. We are regulars now and go a number of times every year and are impressed with the good number of food stalls offering a selection of world foods to suit everyone's taste and good for vegetarians too. The other stalls offer a good range of local crafts.... 更多
A visit to the markets was recommended during our stay in Newcastle. Delighted that we took the advice and experienced the atmosphere of a market other than in Asia. A great variety of stalls established along the quayside selling previously loved, new, local crafts, foods and an amazing variety of eateries. Really, as a new experience to my wife and... 更多
Even though I live in the area I haven't been to the market for a number of years. The last time I visited the market there were an large number of stalls selling tat. , and the food stalls were less than inspiring. On my visit on Sunday 22nd May I was more than pleasantly surprised at the change -... 更多
Definitely worth to take a walk on! Lots of small stalls and vans selling from fridge magnets to hot dogs, books and even handmade jewellery. Nice pubs where you can sit on the bear garden and have a couple of drinks or even food. And not to forget about the stunning views and bridges.
The Quayside Market is without doubt most popular for its wide variety of food stalls, and that's all me and my friends/family go for. Anything other than food is just overpriced tat which you can find in the Metro Centre or Eldon Square for half the price, but that doesn't mean it's not enjoyable to have a wander and look... 更多
The market isn't anything like it used to e, used to be a good day out, lots going on, lots to buy and lots of entertainment and there used to be the indoor market part too, nothing like that now it's boring and the quality of the stalls is very poor