Newcastle Food Hall Pop-ups: Acropolis Street Food, Dot Bagel and more

Enjoy a delicious taste of the region with our delectable new array of pop-ups and deli counter additions, fresh to the Newcastle Food Hall.

Available at: Newcastle
At Fenwick, we’re proud to showcase some of the finest food the North East has to offer. With that in mind, join us in welcoming a delicious new array of local food artisans to our [Newcastle Food Hall]( From Greek Street Food to fully-loaded bagels, head to our Ground Floor to tuck-in to the latest taste sensations to arrive in our iconic Food Hall, who include: ###### **Acropolis Street Food** You may not be able to travel to the Mediterranean right now, but your taste buds certainly can. Find brothers Filip, Viktor and their best friend Yusuf in our Food Hall, as they bring Acropolis Street Food's award-winning Greek menu to our very own deli counter. Delighting customers at markets throughout the North East, Acropolis Street Food has garnered quite the fanbase for its award-winning Greek cuisine. From halloumi bites and chicken gyros to those famous special fries we can't stop thinking about, browse their tantalising takeaway in-store. ###### **Dot Bagel** There's a hole lot of fun to be had when it comes to Dot Bagels. From their twist on a classic with the 'Boujie Lox' to decadent dollops of Biscoff or Peanut Butter, their scrumptious array of breads, spreads and fillings ensure all your bagel fantasies can be deliciously fulfilled. Based on Chillingham Road in nearby Heaton and hosted in our Food Hall until the end of May, all Dot Bagels are made with care, by hand and always in small batches using only the best ingredients. We'll take two, please. **[Explore Dot Bagels' menu](** ###### **Khai Khai** Following on from the success of their new restaurant on Newcastle's Queen Street, Khai Khai's tasty array of Indian food is now available to takeaway from our Food Hall Deli Counter - and we couldn't be more delighted. Described as a 'melting pot of distinctive regional food and cultural heritage', Khai Khai's menu showcases the finest local, seasonal and organic produce wherever possible, all with a touch of their signature Indian culinary flair. Whether you're tempted by their Old Deli Butter Chicken or Onion and Samphire Bhaji - one thing's for certain - you won't be skipping their Coconut Rice Pudding, no matter how full you are. **[Explore Khai Khai's menu](** Keep your eyes peeled for more local pop-ups joining us in our [Food Hall](, including bottled-cocktail pioneers Mother Mercy, The Brownie Bar, award-winning biscuit bakehouse Sawley Kitchen, Durham-based sweet shop Beamish, Blueberry Hill Preserves, confectionary business tr:Eat and artisan piccalilli makers Calder’s Kitchen. We hope you're hungry!

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