El Coto | Spanish Restaurant
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About Us

El Coto Newcastle has been open since April 2004 and is just a few minutes away from Eldon Square behind St James’ Park, ideal for hungry shoppers and for a pre or post match meal.

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About our restaurant

The restaurant has a spacious bar area where you can enjoy a drink before and after your meal and has dining space over two floors

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What we can offer

Our extensive menu has a wide range of hot and cold tapas, salads, cured meats and of course “paellas”; a traditional Spanish rice dish

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Book Now

We can accommodate large parties and also have a first floor restaurant available for private functions.

Our extensive menu has a wide range of hot and cold tapas, salads, cured meats and of course “paellas”; a traditional Spanish rice dish. We also offer a range of tapas selection menus, great for large groups and for the indecisive diners who find it too hard to choose from our large range of dishes!

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The dark wood floors and wooden ceiling beams combined with a simple, rustic décor offer a cosy and informal setting suited to both a quick bite to eat or a special occasion.

The restaurant has a spacious bar area where you can enjoy a drink before and after your meal and has dining space over two floors. The first floor restaurant is available for private functions. There is also a cosy, covered and heated courtyard for al fresco dining in the summer months.

The restaurant is situated on Leazes Park Road in part of the Gallowgate area of Newcastle and parts of the building are said to date back many years to the times when people were hung in “the barn”. The building is rumoured to be haunted…

El Coto opened in Durham in May 2008 serving the same delicious tapas as our Newcastle restaurant in similar rustic, intimate surroundings on Hallgarth Street.

Dining is over two floors and there is a bar area to enjoy a drink before and after your meal.

The property was at one point owned by the Durham branch of the National Union of Mineworkers and some time ago traded as the “and Albert” restaurant who had a special oval table reserved for committee meetings.

The restaurant was named “and Albert” as the Victoria pub is situated on the opposite side of the street.

Special Daytime Offer!

3 Tapas for only £10.95 click here

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Bookings

We can accommodate large parties and also have a first floor restaurant available for private functions. To enable us to accommodate guests at a range of different times during the evening, please note that at weekends we normally operate sitting times..

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