Review: The Diner

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The Diner is an American Diner chain. This particular one I went to was situated in Covent Garden. The Diner was really easy to get to from Covent Garden. It’s literally in the corner from Shaftesbury Avenue, opposite Forbidden Planet.

The upstairs seating area (sorry stranger)

We were seated in the booths downstairs which were much quieter than the tables upstairs and also very comfy for our party of 6.

Printed merchandise

We ordered burgers, hotdogs and sides for each person. I managed to finish mine as well as other chips since I seem to have a massive appetite haha. Although I think the portion sizes are reasonable and you’re able to share fries between friends.

The wide selection of food

The food tasted very nice. I had the Juicy Lucy which was a pulled pork burger and it was absolutely delicious! For sides I ordered sweet potato fries which came crispy and thin. I liked them but I would have preferred it to be slightly thicker because I enjoy the fluffiness of cooked potatoes.

Us lot chilling while waiting for food

I was planning to order a milkshake but as I always found when eating at Byron, it fills me up before the meal so I ended up just ordering a berry juice which was very tangy.

My Juicy Lucy and Sweet Potato Fries

I would definitely revisit just for the Juicy Lucy, it was so good!

Delicious fooood

When was the last time you had a burger?

So goooood

With Love,
Kekidoll xoxo

It is all mine!!
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  • Jackie Harrison

    Great review doll yummy burger.

  • Cat

    Ah, that looks good! It makes me want to go for a burger and fries! I’m kind of surprised the Juicy Lucy was pulled pork though. I’ve always known a “Juicy Lucy” to be a hamburger that has cheese inside of the patty. Still looks really tasty though!
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    • Oh really?? I never knew I just liked the sound of pulled pork so I ordered it. It was much better than the hamburger ones.