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See 2023 out in style with an exclusive tasting night at SIX Baltic

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Celebrate the grand finale of the year in the most exquisite way possible at SIX Baltic.

Picture this: a rooftop restaurant with a breathtaking panoramic view of the Quayside, the twinkling lights setting the stage for an unforgettable start to New Year’s Eve.

With Christmas Day already fully booked, this is your chance to secure a table for an exclusive tasting night that promises to elevate your celebration to new heights – quite literally.

Indulge in a culinary journey at SIX Baltic, where flavours come alive, and luxury meets your plate. It’s all about style, sophistication, and an unrivalled dining experience with all the air of exclusivity and glamour that rooftop dining brings.

Whilst offering a fine dining service and luxurious ambience, SIX Baltic is anything but stuffy. You can expect a warm, relaxed, and intimate gastronomic adventure without the expensive price tag.

So, seize the opportunity to bid farewell to the year in style, surrounded by luxury, exquisite flavours, and the best view in town at this exclusive tasting night at SIX Baltic.

HLN TOP TIP: SIX Baltic is the perfect pre-dinner date before wandering down the Quayside to Newcastle’s Laser Light City Midnight three incredible light and music shows planned for New Year’s Eve.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Early evening celebrations

Why settle for ordinary when you can start your evening with a burst of sophistication? From 5:30pm to 7:00pm, dive into a five-course culinary delight priced at £60 per person.

From being welcomed with a delicious trio of  Greek salad, patatas bravas and barbecue corn taco. Tuck into the likes of chicken liver and foie royale parfait, cured hake, kohlrabi noodles and seaweed broth and fillet of beef and oxtail boulangerie. And let’s not forget the show-stopping dessert for you chocolate lovers – dark chocolate torte, white chocolate ice cream, aero and golden raisins.

And for those of you with a love of plant-based perfection, fear not. The early evening plant menu offers the same elegance at £50 per person. Savour the richness of mushroom and kombu dashi, indulge in cauliflower fondant with spiced carrot puy lentils and Thai coconut curry and finish on a sweet note with whipped chocolate, golden raisins, and aero.

Late evening celebrations

And the celebrations don’t stop there, if you’d prefer a later dining experience then check out the late evening menu. From 7:15pm to 8:45pm, experience the pinnacle of indulgence with an eight-course feast at £95 per person.

What’s a New Year’s Eve celebration without a touch of bubbly? Start the night the right way with canapés and Champagne and a delicious trio of Greek salad, patatas bravas and barbecue corn taco, setting the vibe for an evening filled with culinary wonders. Each main course, from chicken liver to fillet of beef, cured hake, is set to impress.

Not forgetting the indulgent sweet courses, from Champagne jelly, Chambord compote, white chocolate, dark chocolate torte, white chocolate ice cream and petit fours featuring passion fruit pate de fruit, ganache truffle and gingerbread macaron.

And for you plant lovers, the late evening plant menu at £75 per person celebrates flavours that are more than ordinary.

Indulge in mushroom and kombu dashi, cauliflower fondant with spiced carrot puy lentils and Thai coconut curry, and a range of desserts that will leave you wanting more – our eyes are on the whipped chocolate, golden raisins and aero.

BOOK NOW

SIX BALTIC, BALTIC CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, SOUTH SHORE ROAD, GATESHEAD QUAYS, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NE8 3BA

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Rachael Nichol
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After gaining a first in her BA Media and Journalism degree at Northumbria University, Rachael worked at Newcastle’s leading regional newspaper with her stories being picked up in national and global newspapers She spent two very successful years giving a voice to those communities across the North East who otherwise…

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