0191 274 2323
Finest Kashmiri and Punjabi Cuisine
Thorntree Farm, West Road, Denton Burn, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE15 7EX
Catering & Events
We at Solomons cater for a wide range of events to the highest
standard to fit all Budgets.
At Solomons Restaurant we have Free Room Hire
Book Your Birthday, Wedding, Christening or anything in between.
We cater for Business Meetings and Corporate Events as there is seating for 50-60 people
and can offer all guests a Buffet or A La Carte Options
PASSION FOR OUR FOOD
Solomons has been established since 1992, and is a family run business, offering good food and great service.
We have created rich & opulent surroundings, whilst retaining the character of our grade II listed farmhouse at Solomons Restaurant in Denton Burn.
At Solomons Dhaba in Fenham we have a more quirky and casual feel and at Solomons Lounge at Heaton we aim for a more contemporary atmosphere.
Regardless of the difference in our restaurants you will always receive a warm welcome from our friendly staff, with fresh, flavoursome food just waiting to be served.
Our menu has a great selection of authentic Halal dishes from the Punjabi and Kashmiri regions with an excellent choice of vegetarian food
We pride ourselves in using only the freshest of ingredients, cooked to perfection, ensuring a memorable dining experience.
Kashmiri food that we have today in the restaurants has evolved over the years. Highly influenced by the traditional food of the Kashmiri pundits, it has now taken some of the features of the cooking style adopted in Central Asia, Persia and Afghanistan. Kashmiri food makes an extensive use of turmeric and yoghurt. Superb preparation and fabulous aromatic flavor of the Kashmiri food is so alluring that even those who are not feeling hungry end up yearning for more.
Punjabi cuisine is associated with food from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. This cuisine has a rich tradition of many distinct and local ways of cooking. One is a special form of tandoori cooking style that is now famous in other parts of India, UK, Canada and in many parts of the world.
The local cuisine of Punjab is heavily influenced by the agriculture and farming lifestyle prevalent from the times of the ancient Harappan Civilization. Locally grown staple foods form the major part of the local cuisine. Distinctively Punjabi cuisine is known for its rich, buttery flavours along with the extensive vegetarian and meat dishes. Main dish is Sarson da saag and makki di roti.
Basmati rice is the indigenous variety of Punjab and many varieties of rice dishes have been developed with this variety. The cooked rice is known as Chol in the Punjabi language. Many vegetable and meat based dishes are developed for this type of rice