Using only the finest, freshest and locally sourced ingredients, each plate at Angeethi in Gateshead is a delicious homage to India’s classic cuisine.
The generous menu represents India’s regional variations, with classical recipes recreated for the delight of patrons. The restaurant honours India’s traditional cooking techniques by creating simple food with precision and expertise.
Sumptuous plates of colourful cuisine and steaming bowls of intense flavour and fragrance are brought to tables with gusto. While perusing the lengthy food catalogue, whet the appetite with the winning combination of crunchy poppadums and a tempting tray of relishes. Pick from a choice of warming soups or cooling salads to begin, or opt for one of the hot appetisers such as hot beef chilli fry, vegetable hara bhara kebab, or the tandoori dish of garlic lamb chops.
The main course options are equally as delicious and varied, kicking off with the chef’s unique recipes. Mushroom malai kofta; jeera duck, or Angeethi special steak fillet seasoned with spices are among the tempting plates to try. There are ample chicken and lamb dishes on display, including the fiery hot chicken tikka naga for those with a hardy palate! Seafood and vegetarian recipes feature heavily on the menu; providing plentiful choice for everyone. Partner main courses with a bowl of fragrant ginger rice, or a fruit and nut pulao rice to create the perfect balance of flavours and textures.
Delicious foodstuffs are served by Angeethi’s affable and professional waiting staff in stylish surroundings. The restaurant itself is named after the traditional clay oven stove used in simple Indian cookery called an angeethi. The principles and practices of time-honoured Indian cooking are instilled by this venue to bring authenticity to the dining experience.
Tuck into a steaming plate of expertly spiced fare at Angeethi in Gateshead and embrace the customs of India’s varied and delectable gastronomy.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Thursdays, Bank Holidays or Celebration Days including, but not limited to, Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, etc.