A great new place to eat vegan near Newcastle upon Tyne is the Duke Of Wellington Pub. Only 5 minutes from the city center this pub has a good selection of vegan starters, mains and desserts. We ordered fish and chips (one of the best we have had) and chocolate cake.
This was from their menu
Maple flavoured root veg soup (£2.99)
Carrots, parsnips & onions caramelised in a sweet maple style syrup, flavoured with spices. Served with sliced bloomer bread.
Courgette rolls (£3.99)
Skewered courgette slices hand wrapped around a Moroccan-influenced mix made with brown rice and vegetables, flavoured with coriander and cumin seeds. Served with tomato salsa and dressed salad leaves.
Chickpea and sweet potato curry (£6.99)
A mildly spiced tomato curry served with rice and poppadoms.
Mexican bean burger (£5.99)
A spicy blend of beans, peppers and onion with a crispy nacho crumb, topped with fried onions and served in a poppy seed bun with iceberg lettuce. Served with oven-baked seasoned fries and tomato salsa. Add an extra bean patty in your bun, for £7.49
Vegan fish ‘n’ chips (£6.49)
Succulent fish-free fillets in golden breadcrumbs with oven-baked chips, peas or mushy peas and tomato salsa.
Super salad (£6.99)
Mixed salad leaves tossed with toasted cracked greenwheat with celery, chickpeas, spring onions and sultanas in a lemon dressing with parsley, mint, garlic and a hint of cumin.
Cherry Bakewell tart (£3.99)
A pastry base filled with an indulgent boozy cherry compote, topped with a light almond frangipane and finished with toasted flaked almonds, served with coconut ice cream.
Chocolate and coconut torte (£3.99)
A date and nut base topped with Belgian chocolate & coconut milk torte, served with coconut ice cream.
Bramley apple pie (£3.49)
Served with coconut ice cream.