We were seated in the cosiest of booths and handed the a la carte menu and the Table D'Hote, which offers 2 courses for £27 and 3 courses for £30.
The a la carte menu was packed with lots of choices for a variety of diets and this is what we ordered from.
Inside the trendy restaurant was busy for a Tuesday evening with lot's of business men dining on their own along with friends catching up.
To kick start things Matty and I ordered a bottle of the house Sauvignon Blanc which we sipped as we pondered over the menu.
For starters we decided to share and opted for the Welsh rarebit with a poached egg and toasted sourdough £7.95.
The egg was cooked to perfection.
The second starter we shared was the baked camembert served with toasted sourdough with roasted vine tomatoes and balsamico £8.95. Ever since I saw this starter appear on New Girl in Toon's review I knew this would be my absolute ideal starter.
And just as I predicted this starter was more wonderful that I could imagine.
I'm not going to lie I didn't 'share' much of this.
Now we couldn't really come to a steakhouse and not have a steak? So for main course Matty ordered the fillet 8oz £31.95 cooked rare. Which came with vine tomatoes, chips and a side salad. There is an option of 5 sauces to accompany your steak at an extra charge. Matty went for the wild mushroom sauce £3.50.
On the other hand I went for gnocchi alla sorrentina, sauce Pomodoro, cherry tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella £13.95.
This was lush. The cheese was so gooey and mixed in with the tomato sauce just tasted delicious.
For a side I ordered wilted baby spinach £3.75. After a heavy weekend I was looking for anyway possible to get as many veggies as I could.
We had a short break before decided on deserts and Matty got a double espresso which came with a brownie bite.
After trying his espresso I decided I still am not a fan of coffee, apart from an espresso martini. I am rather found of those. But anyway on to my favourite part of any meal, pudding.
I went for The box tree's eton mess £6.75.
This pudding was like a dream, filled to the brim with whipped cream, ice cream, meringue, strawberries and blueberries. But this pudding well and truly defeated me.
Matty on the other hand went for something more cleansing. A selection of sorbets from the TDH menu.
MPW is some where I would defiantly recommend if you are looking for a good quality meal in the centre of town. I really enjoyed my whole meal.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse - Newcastle
*I was invited to MPW for a complimentary meal purpose for review. All opinions remain my own.