Having launched in 2010, the restaurant also has sites in London, Manchester and Leeds, that are open for coffee, brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails.
Simon Potts, managing director of The Alchemist, said: “We are really looking forward to bringing The Alchemist to Newcastle and to being part of the fantastic Greys Quarter space. Our designers are working on eye catching plans for the venue that will reflect the rich history of this fantastic city and we look forward to wowing guests with our molecular mixology and creative food offering later this year.”
Kate Grant, regional director of Intu, said: “Grey’s Quarter will be a fantastic addition to both intu Eldon Square and Newcastle City Centre. It will open early until late, so whether it’s a hearty breakfast, lunch with the family or a fun night out with friends, there will be eating out options for everyone and a great variety of cuisine.
“We’re pleased to be The Alchemist’s choice for their first opening in the North East and we’ve no doubt that our visitors will really enjoy the experience they offer.”
The Alchemist was the subject of a buyout in May last year.