Kaltur is small but perfectly formed, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. On the afternoon of our visit, the restaurant was already bustling with diners.
The team behind the restaurant are knowledgeable and genuinely passionate about their quality Spanish produce, which is reflected in the authenticity of the menu.
The extensive wine menu has flavours and bodies to suit all tastes, and we recommend asking your server to suggest the perfect pairing for your dish.
For a lighter bite, the appetising selection of tapas is perfect to share over a business lunch, and so my colleagues and I decided to sample some of the dishes on offer.
As this was my first visit to Kaltur, I asked our server for some inspiration and her recommendations did not disappoint!
The stand-out dish for me and my dining companions was the black pudding, which was well-seasoned with a delicious sweet complement from the apple sauce.
I would also recommend you try the baby broadbeans, with Iberico ham and a poached egg. Warming and full of flavour, I could eat this dish every day!
If you fancy something more substantial, Kaltur also has a delicious selection of main dishes to choose from. And for those of you who enjoy something sweeter, Kaltur also offers a range of authentic Spanish desserts.
The restaurant has a unique charm, offering fresh and authentic flavours and ingredients at good value for money.
With delicious food and great service, I recommend you try this foodie haven the next time you are in Newcastle.
On the menu:
Red tuna tartar with avocado and ponzu sauce £7.75
Black pudding and apple sauce £4.25
Fried potatoes in extra virgin olive oil with homemade bravo and alioli sauce £3.75
Baby broadbeans with Iberico ham and poached egg £6.50
Pork and prawn gyoza £9
Rice of the week £9