Here at Sachins, we have been holding down the fort as Newcastle’s most loved Indian restaurant for over 39 years. From sizzling tandoori to creamy, exquisitely spiced curry, Sachins is the spot for authentic Punjabi food in all of its glory.
Located on the historic Forth Banks in the centre of the vibrant city of Newcastle upon Tyne, Sachins has been wowing diners with the best curry in Newcastle for almost four decades. Since Head Chef Kulmeet (Bob) Arora took the restaurant over in 2000, Sachins has continued to go from strength to strength and has become a veritable institution like no other. But, what exactly makes Sachins the number one choice for scintillating Punjabi food in Newcastle?
Here at Sachins, we are proud to serve up the finest Punjabi food that Newcastle upon Tyne has to offer. We believe that, first and foremost, it is the incredible quality of our dishes that keep diners coming back time and time again, hungry for more.
You see, we’re truly committed to offering visitors a true taste of Punjab, right here in the heart of this bustling Northern city.
From sumptuous tandoori dishes and beautiful biryanis, all the way to mouthwatering curries and delectable desserts, our food holds fast to the spirit of Punjabi cuisine and is most certainly worth shouting about.
Our incredible kitchen team, with Bob at the helm, have perfected the art of taking the finest ingredients and bringing them to life with a Sachins twist. Utilising traditional methods of cooking and a signature blend of authentic, freshly crushed spices, the food that we create here at Sachins is truly memorable.
If you’re looking for the best curry in Newcastle, Sachins is certainly the place to be.
The perfect location
Looking to enjoy fantastic food in an incredibly central location? Sachins is the place for you.
Not only do we serve up the finest Punjabi food that Newcastle has to offer, we are also ideally located smack bang in the centre of the city, conveniently placed near to some of the city’s key transport links, favourite hotels and most loved and frequented cultural hotspots.
Whether you’re arriving at Newcastle Central Station or staying overnight at the likes of the Crowne Plaza, The County Hotel, Jurys Inn, Hampton by Hilton or Royal Station Hotel, Sachins is ideally placed for all those travelling in and out of the vibrant city of Newcastle upon Tyne. So, why not make your visit even more memorable by dining with us?
What’s more, our iconic Punjabi restaurant is also ideally located for all those who are heading out for a night of culture and entertainment. If you’re heading to the likes of the Utilita Arena or Boiler Shop to catch a stellar show, Sachins is just a few minutes walk away. Alternatively, if you’re spending the night at the Sage or the Theatre Royal, you can enjoy a slightly longer walk from Sachins to the venue, taking in the wonderful architectural sights of the city, or simply hop in a cab and be there within moments.
Not heading out anywhere in particular, but looking to make a night of it nonetheless? No worries. Our beloved Forth Banks restaurant is perfectly situated for an evening’s stroll along the River Tyne, so that you can dine in style before meandering down to the waterfront to take in the beautiful scenery and perhaps even enjoy a spot of bar hopping.
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