Five Reasons to Visit Vujon This Month (REVIEW)

Vujon has been serving high-quality Indian cuisine on Queen Street on Newcastle's Quayside since 1990 and is something of a culinary institution within the city. 

Here are five reasons to visit this month ...


Vujon has a dish for everyone who likes Indian cuisine, the fish lover, the veggie and the meat lover. The menu at Vujon is authentic, with both classic and imaginative dishes, cooked and presented to the highest standards. Ingredients are fresh and seasonal and locally sourced whenever possible. And if by chance you don’t enjoy Indian food English meals can be provided by advanced request.

And it’s not only the food that is of high quality, the customer service is both friendly and helpful.


Between 5.30pm and 7pm Monday to Friday, the new Early Evening Menu offers a choice of 8 starters, including two veggie options, and six mains, again with a choice of two veggie options accompanied by rice or naan bread for £12.90 per person.

The tester menu is available until 13 November 2016.


Looking for an alternative to the Turkey dinner, available throughout November and December 2016 is the new Christmas menu.
  • For £15 per head three starters, including the Angari Tikka and Veg Pakora, two mains and sundries including vegetable dishes, rice and naans are served as one meal on the table for you to experience the taste of each dish, avoiding the hassle to choose individually.
  • For £20 per head includes three starters, including the Angari Tikka and Veg Pakora, four mains, sundries, and dessert again all served as one meal on the table.
  • At £25 per head, there are a choice of tiger prawn or mixed kebab starters, followed by three mains, including the new Railway Lamb Curry, served together and again accompanied by sundries and followed by dessert.


In addition to the main menu, the Chef at Vujon has developed a stronger vegetarian and vegan menu - this is a set price menu, with three courses for £20. This menu can also be tailored for vegan preferences.

The Vegan dish ‘Sambar’ with fresh vegetable cooked in fresh coconut and lentil with homemade south Indian spice sounds particularly interesting.

Vujon has also informed me they are currently revising their dessert menu and it will include a selection of vegetarian and vegan desserts.


Located on Newcastle’s historic and lively quayside, Vujon is one of the city’s longest established restaurants, which takes pride in creating high quality, contemporary Indian cuisine. What's not to like about that.

We recently visited Vujon to sample the new dishes on the menu - read what we thought of them here ...

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