Ed's Easy Diner
Time Out says
A branch of the American diner chain in Covent Garden.
12 Moor Street
|Transport:||Tube: Leicester Square or Tottenham Court Road tube|
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Users say (16)
Average User Rating
3.2 / 5
- 5 star:2
- 4 star:6
- 3 star:3
- 2 star:3
- 1 star:2
Good environment, nice vibe to the Diner. We just popped in for a quick lunchtime bite and found the burgers good quality, service was fast and friendly. You get a fair plate of food and some of the desserts looked really good also.
Head here if you're passing and fancy a satisfying bite to eat.
Grabbed a quick lunch with a colleague. Had heard mixed reviews but wanted to try for the novelty factor.
Nice environment and welcoming service sitting on stools around the bar. Chilli Cheese fries were ok but not any wow factor. Burger on other hand was extremely good.
Also noticed someone intersting looking pancakes and a breakfast menu I will go back and try.
For me, if I need a burger fix, this is on the list to go to.
I went to the new Ed's Easy Diner at Liverpool Street station. I really enjoyed it for an early morning breakfast before work. It's nothing fancy, but their American pancakes are super fluffy and delicious.
The coffee was average, but I don't think you would go there for the coffee... it's more about the BIG portions of food.
I'd say it's worth trying if you want a big American breakfast!
I went to the diner in Piccadilly circus. Ordered a chicken burger. Well over cooked, it was like chewing rubber. Have never been back.
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Brilliant. Food was great and milkshakes especially delicious, if you're looking for something different, this is perfect! Service was good and overall ambiance was enjoyable, I really felt like I was in America 50 years ago! The one potential downside is it's size, it is very small and there is not much seating, however we got there just as it opened so we were okay. There were people having to queue outside though, so if you do want to go, I would get there before it opens so you can get in as the doors open! Overall it was a unique a fun experience with cheery service and rock n roll music! Would definitely recommend to everyone wanting a unique experience!
I went here for the first time after reading rave reviews on this site. But I was not very impressed. I'd describe the food as average and for some reason, everything was so burning hot, I'm surprised it didn't come with a health warning especially the fact we had kids with us. The portions aren't generous either and it seems like over-priced burgers no better or worse than Burger King (but at lease BK is cheaper). Service was very good though!
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