I have only ever had bar snacks at Revolution so I was looking forward to seeing what food was on offer.
Matty and I were seated in one of the booths and handed a rather funky menu.
The bar was fairly busy with others dining along with groups of people with luggage who were getting one last drink in before they made their way back home.
Our waitress who was lovely came and took our order once we were ready. Not long after this the live music started. Revolution have a house band who on a Sunday play chilled out soul music.
The band are called Watson & The Elements and they play at Revolution between 12 and 4pm on a Sunday. From 5 till 9pm there is a DJ playing all the Soul tunes you could possibly need to get your Sunday relaxed to the max.
We didn't have a long wait for our food which I was super glad of as I was famished.
Matty ordered the breaded halloumi that came with hummus, dukkah, house flatbread and pomegranate.
This was delicious - I love halloumi and had serious food envy when this arrived.
Whenever I see Caprese salad on the menu, I always order it.
So of course - I had the Caprese salad.
The tunes were playing joyfully in the back ground and Matty and I chatted about our week ahead.
Matty went for the roast beef served pink, which also came with Goose fat potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and honey roast chantennay carrots and parsnips.
I'm learning when Matty enjoys his meal he eats it super fast. I know I'm a slow eater but he just wolfs it down.
I went for the vegetarian option which was sweet potato and bean roast with a roast balsamic onion. Now my onion seemed to be missing from the plate, but it did come with a tomato and black olive bean sauce, some parsnips and roast potatoes.
There was a little break before we ordered puddings which gave us perfect time to do a little people watching.
There was one clear choice on the menu for Matty - the vanilla cheese cake.
And of course I had to ordered the Chocoberry Sundae.
A Sundae filled with ice cream, whipped cream, berries and chocolate brownie. It round up the meal absolutely perfectly.
The price for Sunday lunch for 2 courses is £15 or for 3 it's £18 which I think is brilliant value for money. Revolution is situated near to Central station so if you are looking for a Sunday lunch to round up your weekend in the Toon I think this is the perfect place for you.
After our meal we had a nice stroll back to the car. You can really tell Spring is in the air.
Soul Sundays at Revolution - Newcastle
*I was invited to Revolution for review. All words are my own.