Bookings and Cancellation Policy 

We are currently offering seasonal tasting menus (Samples available on our website). The entire party must dine of the same menu length. We strongly recommend booking. Guests must inform the restaurant of allergies or dietary requirements prior to their reservation. All menus are subject to change with the seasonality and availability of produce.

Bookings for 1-6 guests, may be booked online through our website using Opentable. A credit card is required to secure the booking, but will only be charged in the event of a no – show or cancelation within 24 hours of the reservation. (£10pp)

Bookings of 8+ guests must be booked directly with the restaurant. This may be done by telephone on 0191 281 5222 between the hours of 10:30am-10pm Wednesday-Saturday or by emailing us at [email protected]. Parties larger than 8 require a £20 per person deposit, this will be required to secure the booking.  If any cancellations or amendments occur within 48 hours (8+ guests) of your reservation time, Peace & Loaf reserves the right to use this deposit as a cancellation/no show fee.

Guests will have their table for 1.5 hours for our ‘Menu A’, or 2.5 hours for the tasting menu. If you are running late please let the restaurant know. If you are more than 15 minutes late, Peace and Loaf reserves the right to re-sell your table. After your allocated time, staff may ask your table to be vacated. In this case we will do our best to get you room at the bar for an after dinner drink.

At Peace and Loaf, we strive to provide a dining experience that caters to the preferences of our diverse clientele. To maintain a serene and adult-oriented atmosphere during our evening hours, we kindly request the cooperation of our valued patrons with our “No Children on bookings after 6:30pm” policy.

If you have any questions regarding these menus or our booking policies, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Thank you,

The Peace & Loaf Team

Allergies and Dietary Requirements   

You should always advise your server of any special dietary requirements, including intolerances and allergies. Where possible, our trained staff will advise you on alternative dishes, or changes made to the tasting menu. However, while we do our best to reduce the risk of cross-contamination in our restaurants, we CANNOT guarantee that any of our dishes are free from allergens and therefore cannot accept any liability in this respect. Guests with severe allergies are advised to assess their own level of risk and consume dishes at their own risk. 

The information provided on our website and in our restaurants should NOT be considered as any form of guarantee but as a best faith effort to provide you with information on our dishes. You should use this information to help you assess your own level of risk, based on your personal circumstances, before eating any of our dishes. 

The allergen information we provide is specifically related to the dishes we make at Peace & Loaf and in response to enquiries into special dietary requirements and our ingredients. 

Please ALWAYS inform us of any allergies or intolerances so we can take additional controls when serving your food and drink.

Adjustments or changes requested to our menus will be considered, if possible or appropriate, but cannot be guaranteed.  If you have not informed us at the point of booking, please contact the restaurant to discuss your requirements with a member of our team as soon as possible. 

Peace & Loaf reserve the right to amend any of these terms and conditions without notice.