Don't let dining disrupt your day and grab your food on the move when you're exploring Northumberland. We have rounded up a list of five foodie spots that offer takeaway in Northumberland, but they aren't just your average takeouts.
From an osprey spotting cruise with tasty canapes, to a new seafront fish a chip shop, you'll be spoilt for choice when you're next picking up lunch or a snack in Northumberland.
The local favourite, sea front eatery The Drift Cafe not only serves excellent lunches and snacks, but has now opened their own fantastic fish and chip shop. Their crispy cod bites, mouth-watering chips and delicious cod have earned them resounding five star reviews and their stunning coastal location near Druridge Bay
makes for the perfect food stop.
You can’t visit Northumberland without sampling our famous Craster kippers, smoked and served up at L Robson & Sons in the peaceful village of Craster. You can dine in, but the most popular way to enjoy these is from a brown paper bag on a bench that looks out onto Craster harbour as the boats drift lazily on the water.
A true example of takeout with a twist, Wild Intrigue are the masters of food on the move. Pairing five star food with fascinating wildlife, they host Goats and Gourmet tours in the Cheviot Hills. Their newest addition to their long list of exciting excursions is Ospreys and Canapes
, celebrating the return of the Osprey by taking you on a sunset cruise on Kielder Water while Canapés and prosecco are served on board.
Cheviot Brewery sits amongst the staggering scenery of Ford and Etal Estate
and is a great option for a delicious bite on the go. This microbrewery, tap bar and glamping accommodation if you’re looking to stay, serves up freshly made stone baked pizza perfect for a quick bite or tasty takeaway while you are enjoying the nearby walking trails and attractions such as Heatherslaw Cornmill
and Lady Waterford Hall.
The Hut at Bamburgh
Situated on the sands at Bamburgh Castle
Estate, this tiny beach hut attracts flurries of customers with its exquisite offering sourced from local businesses. Their ‘Bamburgh Banger’ is courtesy of Bamburgh butcher R Carter & Son
and their ‘kipper sandwich’ from nearby Craster’s L Robson & Sons
. Not to mention their delicious coffee fit for a connoisseur, which is brewed local at Pilgrim’s Coffee
on Lindisfarne Island.
So next time you're out and about in Northumberland, grab some fish and chips, local delicacies or book an activity that includes a bite to eat and experience our takeaways with a twist.
Author: Jenni Meikle