Newland Avenue is a cultural hub, filled to the brim with fantastic, local-run restaurants, cafes, and bars, serving up fresh food and amazing drinks. It’s jam-packed with stores of all varieties, and you could spend a whole day eating, drinking, and shopping without even needing to leave the avenue.
Here’s our ultimate food guide to Newland Avenue’s amazing restaurants, cafes, and bars from top to bottom (or bottom to top, it’s all a matter of perspective)…
58 – 60 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AE
Newland Steakhouse is a relatively new addition to Newland’s food scene, offering steaks, burgers, salads, seafood, and more.
They offer a bottomless brunch every day alongside a top-notch selection of cocktails too, so it’s a perfect spot to really satisfy those midday cravings.
Meze Bar & Grill
31 Cottingham Rd, Hull HU5 2PP
It may not be right on Newland Avenue, but it’s close enough and worth a mention – Meze Bar and Grill is an authentic Mediterranean restaurant located on Cottingham Road.
Offering a wide selection of Turkish plates, they’ve got an extensive selection of cocktails too, making it a great choice whether you’re looking to chow down with a full-course meal, or chill out with a few drinks.
64-70 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AB
Vox Box has been around for a fair bit, but only recently have they started serving food.
A karaoke bar with private rooms and a sizable main bar & seating area, their new menu includes a selection of American street food that will get your taste buds tingling before rocking the microphone. Don’t think you have to sing though – they’re just as welcoming as any other bar & restaurant, whether you plan on belting out any tunes or not.
73 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2AL
Sitting in the spot once occupied by Beehive Jazz & Art Cafe, Peace Cafe is a small cafe with a cosy and friendly atmosphere. With a range of treats such as sandwiches, coffee, and homemade smoothies, it’s a modest spot that’s great to get away from the hustle and bustle of the avenues.
179 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2EN
You may remember Aunt Bibby’s Smokehouse down Princes Avenue – well, they’re back but with a brand new concept. This American-style sports hall serves food, cocktails, craft ale and beers, which can be enjoyed alongside a range of games including pool, shuffleboard, and darts. Plus they show all of the biggest sporting events across the globe.
141 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2ER
This vibrant, independent café down Newland Avenue is definitely somewhere to consider if you fancy great speciality coffee as well as amazing brunch. From the classic no-frills full English breakfast to Bokkeumbap, The Barista serves up some fantastic breakfast & lunch food from across the globe, including my personal favourite: Mexican eggs. Coffee from The Barista is some of the best in the city, plus they have a fantastic cocktail menu, as well as a fine selection of beers and wine if you fancy a drink.
191 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2EN
If you fancy an authentic Chinese meal down Newland Avenue then Noodle Plus is for you. They have a superb 5-star rating on TripAdvisor and offer an extensive range of classic Chinese dishes, all at a reasonable price.
160 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2NN
Level’s contemporary décor and comfortable setting make for a lovely relaxed dining experience. They take pride in serving fresh food prepared using the best ingredients available. Plus they have an array of continental beers, exotic spirits and sophisticated cocktails to really round out your evening.
158 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2NN
This bar has gone through many names throughout the years, but Roadhouse is the best iteration so far and hopefully, it’s here to stay. Its comfy décor is super inviting and they serve some amazing cocktails and even better food. Another fantastic place to eat, drink, and hang out with friends.
162 Newland Avenue, Hull
Planet Coffee is one of the city’s longest residents and one of the avenue’s grandest buildings. They serve some amazingly tasty coffee. They serve some of the largest coffee sizes I have ever seen; their largest size, the obscene, is well…obscene. Plus they have a huge range of amazing sweet treats and sandwiches to have alongside your coffee.
216 Newland Avenue, Hull
Barleys is a day-time vegan delicatessen, serving fresh sandwiches and totally plant-based deli produce. On the menu, they have three sandwiches; chick’n Ceasar, no-egg & cucumber, pesto mozzar’lla grilled cheeze, and a pastrami melt. Plus a shed loads of vegan deli goodies including cheeses, plant milks, and deli-style vegan meat. They also have a selection of pantry products including jars & jams and pasta & sauces to help you with your home cooking.
Sweet Little Things
200 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2ND
This picturesque tea room offers a range of coffee, loose-leaf tea, cakes and desserts made daily on the premises. In addition to cakes and desserts, they also offer an extensive breakfast menu which is served daily until 2pm and have a variety of light lunch items available until 4pm.
Uno’s Trattoria and Pizzeria
153 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2ER
If fresh Italian pizza is what you desire, then look no further than Uno’s Trattoria and Pizzeria. Uno’s Italian master chefs use the finest and freshest ingredients to make authentic Italian pizza, as well as other traditional Italian dishes. You have the option to takeaway, but I would recommend paying a visit to their beautiful Newland Ave restaurant and meeting their friendly waiting staff. Plus if the weather’s right, they’ve got some nice outdoor seating so you can eat your pizza in the sun.
125 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2ES
This fantastic deli serves some amazing sandwiches, pastries, salads and sweet treats. They offer some amazing, homely food that is perfect for a quick and satisfying lunch.
Malai Thai Street Food
103 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2ES
This family-run business has over 16 years of experience serving authentic street food. Delicious Thai street food is on the menu with a cosy, authentic Thai atmosphere.
Eggfree Cake Box
85 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2AL
This store down Newland Avenue is the latest venture from East London-based franchise, Eggfree Cake Box. Their first store opened after a Lacto-vegetarian family found it increasingly hard to find quality egg-free celebration cakes on the high street, so they decided to open their own. This cake shop offers delicious, bespoke egg-free celebration and wedding cakes for the important moments in people’s lives.
Frizza Caffe Gelato
92 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AB
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, Frizza Caffe Gelato is a no-brainer. They’re purveyors of scrummy Italian gelato and can rustle up a pretty mean coffee. They specialise in homemade sweet treats, and have a reputation for top-notch ingredients and mouth-watering flavour.
81 Newland Avenue, Hull
Formerly known as The English Muse, The Artisan Coffee and Art is an artistic hub nestled in Newland Avenue. The shop won a Traveller’s Choice Award on Tripadvisor and customers praise it for its warm atmosphere and quirky features. If you’re looking for a coffee with a twist and delightfully sweet and savoury eats, then The Artisan Coffee and Art is perfect for you.
75 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2AL
This Leeds-based bakery has been a local hit with four shops dotted around Hull. Their fourth, and newest shop, has just opened up down Chanterlands Avenue last month and is definitely worth checking out if you love a sweet or savoury treat. This traditional patisserie bakery has all the baked goods you could ask for from fresh bread to pastries to cakes.
88 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AB
This family-owned deli offers an extensive range of deli delights including cooked meats, pasties, sausage rolls, steak pies, chicken and mushroom pies, cakes and tray bakes. They have a wide range of sandwich fillings, cheeses and bread to make you your perfect lunch.
47-49 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3BG
Tucked alongside the railway is this relaxed and unintimidating bar. Sleepers offer fantastic, freshly prepared food from a cosmopolitan menu. They offer toasted paninis to juicy rib-eyes and a specials board that’s always worth a look at, as well as a fine range of drinks from Peroni to Black Sheep.
51 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AE
A cosy Newland coffee house, offering fantastic hot and cold drinks, as well as sweet treats, and sandwiches. A lovely café to relax, read, work, or catch up with loved ones.
48 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AE
A beautiful pub with one of the best beer gardens in Hull. Located on the south side of Newland Ave, Larkin’s has a hearty menu and an excellent range of craft beers. It has a modern and decorative beer garden with lanterns, astroturf, gazebos, booths and pretty cafe-style tables and chairs. The bar boasts a wide range of select craft beers on offer from a multitude of different breweries. Meaning if looking to try something new, or just after that unique and exotic choice, Larkin’s has probably got something for you to try!
Gusto da Gianni
26 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AF
Gusto da Gianni is a gorgeous, intimate restaurant offering the finest Italian cuisine down Newland Avenue. Their authentic Italian kitchen uses only the freshest and unique ingredients from across Italy to create a bona fide fine dining experience.
21-23 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AG
This crepe bar down Newland Avenue specialises in producing delicious crepes, not just for dessert, but for the whole dining experience! Whether you’re into sweet or savoury, they have something for you.
The Aegean: Greek Taverna
17-19 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AG
If you’re hungry for authentic Greek cuisine, then look no further than The Aegean. It recently relocated to Newland Avenue and is offering up some fantastic Greek and Mediterranean dishes. This fantastic restaurant is rated as one of the best restaurants in Hull, and won a Traveller’s Choice award on TripAdvisor.
Le Crepier Papin
12 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 3AF
This quaint French Bistro and Creperie has lots of character with a relaxed informal atmosphere. They offer a wide range of dishes including crêpes, galettes (savoury pancakes), breakfasts, baguettes, paninis, burgers and salads.
Mr Moody’s Tavern
6 Newland Avenue, Hull HU5 3AF
This beautiful Newland Avenue pub serves great food and a large selection of ales, beers and ciders from around the world. Previously known as Henry Yeast, Mr Moody’s Tavern saw the return of its original owners and brought a new vibe to Newland Avenue.