This shopping mall staple is a popular favourite among diners. Mugg & Bean serves good coffee, delicious giant muffins, a selection of decadent cakes and a range of yummy meals, from breakfasts and brunch to burgers and nachos. We've all been to this eatery at least once and therefore know exactly what to expect - good quality, friendly service and tasty food.
When you're looking for a quick and easy lunch that will fill the spot and tastes good, there's nothing better than a warm and flaky pie. Especially when said pie is free of additives, preservatives and colourants. That is exactly what you'll be getting at Big Joe's. Freshly baked every day, these hand baked pies are made using old school methods, ensuring a mouthwatering final product.
Another common mall find, Spur combines Mexican and American flavours to create inviting meals that we all know and love. What has made this restaurant such a great success over the years is their family style dining. They have a decent kid's menu and offer entertainment to keep your little ones occupied throughout the meal. Their menu hasn't changed much over the years, serving up perfectly cooked steaks, delightful schnitzels and the ultimate nachos.
This deli makes some of the most delightful pies and samoosas in the county. Their secret is in the crust, which is made with less fat and hot water. This results in a buttery flaky pastry that could make anything taste good. But it so happens that the Delhi Delicious fillings are also quite exquisite. Flavours range from hearty meaty ranges to flavourful vegetarian options, all delicious in their own right.
Espressos, cappuccinos, Americanos, lattes, mochas, turmeric lattes, chai lattes, ceylon tea, rooibos tea, hot chocolate, Milo, instant coffee, kiddyccinos and decaf are just some of the freshly made drinks available at Bean Kissed. Located in the food court, this coffee kiosk also offers a range of cold beverages as well as an assortment of appetising cookies and biscuits.
At first glance, Spicy Den may appear to be any old spice shop. But once inside, you'll soon find that there is so much more to this hidden gem. Not only do they offer all sorts of spices, sauces, grains and oils, but they also create some of the most toothsome Indian food in the north. Menu items include roti rolls, biryanis and curries. But the secret treasure is, without a doubt, the substantial samoosas stuffed with perfectly spiced fillings.
Keen for a sweet treat? Then head on over to Dairy Fairy for tantalising soft serve ice cream served with your choice of toppings from their range of cookies, nuts, sweets, fruit and sauces. Or get one of their decadent sundae varieties, mini doughnuts, popping sodas, icy slushies, creamy smoothies or thick and luscious milkshakes. Not sure what to get? We recommend the chocolate cake ice cream sundae, this chocolaty treat is nothing short of glorious.
While Biscuit And Rusk King is not technically an eatery or restaurant, we couldn't leave them off this list. This store crafts and sells rusks and biscuits in a wide assortment of flavours. Among these are lemon, chocolate and vanilla biscuits as well as sugar free, marmalade and chocolate and almond rusks. We adore these crunchy bites because of the buttery and vanilla nuances.
For an alternative to burgers, why not try a delectable hot dog? Sausage Saloon creates a unique array of hot dog options to suit all palates. These gourmet hotdogs are loaded with toppings like cheese, chilli, onion, tomato and sauces, which are free of charge. Sausages include mini bites, corn dogs, Russians, cheese Russians, wors, lamb sausage and vegetarian hot dogs.
For some traditional British fare, try some fish and chips. This fast food joint offers hake, captain's fish, fish cakes and calamari. But non-seafood lover's can also enjoy a meal here, with options of Russians, cheese Russians, chilli Russians, viennas and chip rolls. Extras, value meals, double ups, buddy meals and family meals are also on offer on the menu.
What's your favourite place to grab a bite at Northgate Shopping Centre? Let us know in the comments section below.