Review on The Angel of Corbridge

The Angel's proud boast is that it's not only the oldest hostelry in the historic town of Corbridge, but also the largest. A grand-looking coaching inn since 1726, it occupies a prime spot overlooking the River Tyne and boasts convivial bars (with local real ales and occasional live music evenings), a wood-panelled lounge for chilling out and reading the papers, and a smartly appointed restaurant.

The refurbished dining room is dominated by its handsome beamed roof, and its bare brick walls are festooned with paintings by local artists. Easy daytime offerings such as Thai fishcakes with stir-fried vegetables give way to more ambitious evening dishes along the lines of salmon and scallop terrine with dill crème fraîche or Northumbrian game terrine with red onion marmalade, ahead of char-grilled local ribeye steak or baked cod with chorizo and cherry tomatoes on braised fennel. To conclude, perhaps sticky toffee pudding with toffee sauce, lime and basil pannacotta or dark chocolate torte with raspberry compote.

The Angel of Corbridge is also featured in: Michelin Guide, AA Guide

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Modern British

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Mon-Fri (8.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.30pm Mon-Sat

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card

Online Booking Availability for The Angel of Corbridge

Facilities at The Angel of Corbridge

  • Private parties
  • Vegetarian menu
  • Family Friendly


Accomodation is available, (10 rooms)


Private parking is possible at a location nearby


The Angel of Corbridge
1 Main Street
NE45 5LA

Customer Ratings on The Angel of Corbridge

3  / 5

Based on 1 review

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    September 2012

    12 people found this review helpful
    Minimum charges on a debit card

    My husband and I visited this pub on Sunday for a cool drink as it was a warm day. We had considered having lunch as well but not straight away, so my husband ordered a pint and a half of lager and lime as it was a spur of the moment visit we did not have any cash on us. When he came back I suggested he get a menu upon glancing at the menu he mentioned that he had just paid £10.00 for the drinks, I was absolutely furious that a pub can set a minimum spend I asked if there were any policy notices on display he could not recall seeing any, nor was he advised of this charge prior to the drinks being poured had he been aware of this he would not not have ordered the drinks. So be aware aware of purchasing drinks on a debit card it could prove to be an expensive order. I wont be going back there and will certainly check next time we order drinks

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