There’s a good energy to Newcastle’s West End and nowhere encapsulates it like The Edwards on Parry Street. You could say this is a multi-functional cultural and artistic hub. You could also say it’s a cafe, bar, restaurant, gig venue and coin-operated or full-service laundromat? In other words – it’s hard to describe. Surrounded by rejuvenated postindustrial architecture, The Edwards is at the centre of Newcastle West’s revival, and they help it along by being a community (the coffee, using local roasters Suspension Espresso beans, is darn good) and artistic focal point (they host an artist in residence scheme). The Edwards also just have downright awesome food and drink. Whether starting your day on granola with whipped ricotta and burnt fig, chowing down on a Reuben sandwich or whitebait fritters for lunch, enjoying an after-work drink close to Newcastle’s CBD or meeting friends to share a 12-hour-braised Australian lamb on the bone for dinner, The Edwards have all bases covered.
Awesome food , best cocktails in Newcastle. Margaritas are top notch , so nice !! We always enjoy our long lunches at the Edwards 👌
Great experience having lunch. Waitress was very helpful and cheerful. Food was delicious. Had the pork belly and wowie it was big, needed some help finishing it.
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal and the friendly staff. Good vibe. Good music. Quite a large venue but that didn't affect the service or waiting time.