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The Quayside Sunday Market, Newcastle upon Tyne

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.5/5 based on 90 reviews on the web
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  • Happened to be in Newcastle on a Sunday and wanted to see the river. The market had typical food stalls and was selling inexpensive merchandise, typical stuff. The only excitement was the half maratho...  read more »
  • Haven't been here for years but had a trip today with my dog in the sunshine. Lotzx of stalls, many food orientated but amongst the burgers and chips were a handful of exceptionally nice and unique tr...  read more »
  • We were in town on a cruise ship visit and stumbled upon this great market down near the river. Plenty of stalls and vendors. It stretched for quite a distance along the waterfront. We picked up sever...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Totally agree with Ken Moon on this one. Another market ruined by over regulation presumably by Newcastle city council. Only about 10 stalls nearly half of those overpriced food and the rest were expensive crafty rubbish that no one really wants. All the real market traders now go to Catterick I think - and I cant blame them. Shame on the jobsworths who ruined this one!
  • Why bother! It's only 25% of the size it used to be. Has less than 10% of the variety it used to have and has become yet another overpriced craft fair that with no atmosphere and overpriced food.
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