Ury, 27 Queen Street,, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Average Price: £25 and under
Cuisine: Indian
Dress Code: Formal Attire
v 0.4 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne center (as shown on map)
The 'Ury' was one such relic that served the bygone. It is fairly a simple rig that is used to preserve cuisines for longer periods. These 'ury''s were usually kept at certain height from the ground with the help of coir ropes attached to the roofs. The 'Ury''s were usually used to store clay pots and other earthen ware and was very common among the keralite household. This simple yet indispensable 'Ury' made sure that the food was kept hygienic without loosing any of its flavour but had a side-effect of bringing back old yet touching memories..

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Ury is #55 of 1205 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne

5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: macy, uk
Sun 22 Nov, 2020
l We visit Ury a lot and have had a few takeaway meals during lockdown. The food is absolutely amazing. Wonderful flavours and not swimming in oil like many takeaway meals are. It seems like real...

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By: Nigel M
Wed 18 Nov, 2020
l I remember sitting on the harbour wall. The chef came out and offered to cook us a freshly landed giant fish. Heaven. Kerala is the state that gets most things right, from literacy to health. And...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: 14-9-ans, United Kingdom
Mon 19 Oct, 2020
l What a great find set just off the Quayside in a nice old building We started with mixed poppadoms and six mixed pickles which were delicious and then had our mains of beef and fish curry...

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Ury 27 Queen Street,, Newcastle Upon Tyne