Sunday dinners near me: Seven places in South Tyneside to try for a Sunday dinner - as recommended on Google Reviews

With Roast Dinner Day celebrated in November, it seemed like a perfect time to round up some of the places you can visit for a slap-up Sunday lunch in South Tyneside.

After a hard week at work, it’s a nice treat to let someone else take the lead for your Sunday roast and have it served to you in a restaurant instead of slaving over a hot stove all day.

But – and it’s the age-old question – where can you go to please the whole family?

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There is no better recommendation than that of a satisfied customer, so we have turned to the Google Reviews to find out what users thought of South Tyneside’s eateries.

Looking for somewhere new to try for a Sunday dinner? We take a look at the Google Reviews for some recommendations.

Looking for somewhere new to try in the coming weeks? Go with a full appetite to these seven places for Sunday dinner in the borough.

Please note: These suggestions are based on Google Reviews and were correct at time of writing.

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Bar Blue Bistro, Western Approach, South Shields: 4.5* out of 5*

Mambo Wine and Dine, Winchester Street, South Shields: 4.6* out of 5*

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Ristorante Bravi, North Street, South Shields: 4.7* out of 5*

River View, Mill Dam, South Shields: 4.7* out of 5*

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The Travelling Man, Newcastle Road, Boldon: 4.5* out of 5*

White Horse Inn, Quarry Lane, South Shields: 4.6* out of 5*

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Wyvestow's Bar & Bistro, Dean Road, South Shields: 4.5* out of 5*

What is Roast Dinner Day?

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Food for Life’s Roast Dinner Day is this year recognised on Wednesday, November 9. It’s an initiative which sees schools across the country celebrate their cooks and caterers as a roast dinner is served up for children, staff and the rest of the school community.

The campaign also celebrates a hot school lunch, works to encourage school meal take-up and shines a light on those bringing the meals to young people as they learn. Food for Life sffrf: “As the cost of living crisis hits families across the country, a hot and healthy school meal is more important than ever.”

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The organisation also supports calls for all children from families in receipt of Universal Credit to receive free school meals.