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The Quayside Sunday Market, Newcastle upon Tyne
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  • We read some good reviews about the Sunday market so decided to venture down to the quays to have a look during a weekend stay in Newcastle. There were some quality craft stalls and some very good str...  more »
  • Visited quayside 23rd October. Plenty of foodstalls catering for all tastes, along with local arts and crafts. Worth a look but items could be found cheaper elsewhere. 
  • Great morning wandering around the Quayside market, some really good food stands, notably the toasted sandwiches and the ragout of pork with macaroni cheese served in edible dishes. Loved. 
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  • If you like food and craft stalls, you'll love it - and there's some great ones! Miss the days of the 1980s though, when it was all badge sellers and stalls that were more than slightly dodgy. The price of progress, eh.
  • It's tragic to see what this once vibrant Sunday market has become. A lot of shoddy goods and things nobody needs. The whole quayside market reeks of fried onions and fried food. The road is closed during market times.
  • Standard Sunday Street stalls. Also a few food stalls as well
  • Love the Quayside market as I used to come here when I was younger. It seemed to die off over the years but from what I saw today it's back to being busy with lots and lots of stalls. Along with the normal brick and brak type of stalls there are lots of foodie stalls selling different kinds of international food.
  • A nice place to walk through on a Sunday morning. Plenty of good food vans and a wide variety of goods for sale on the stalls.