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The Diner Soho

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Paul Winch-Furness
 (Paul Winch-Furness)
Paul Winch-Furness
 (Paul Winch-Furness)
Paul Winch-Furness

Time Out says

The Soho branch of a chain of nine London venues evoking – yep, you guessed it – the classic US diner. That means an aesthetic nod to the '50s, mostly from booth seating, Chuck Berry posters and menu items advertised on a retro marquee. 

The food is diner fare too, albeit with plenty of dude-food influence. Expect, then, buttermilk pancakes, breakfast burritos and baskets of wings, corn dogs and tater tots with bacon and jalapeno alongside baby back ribs, fried pork and waffles and a large range of burgers and hot dogs. Desserts include a raspberry ripple cheesecake and banana splits.

The drinks list offers a good craft beer selection, including drops from Camden Town Brewery, Beavertown, Brooklyn and Lagunitas. Hard shakes, cocktails, hard teas and a few wines also feature but if you're looking for drinks-that-double-as-desserts then a Snickers shake (three scoops of chocolate ice cream, Nutella, peanut butter and maple syrup) should just about do it.

The Diner Soho says
Located in the heart of the iconic Carnaby area, The Diner serves an all day menu of generously-portioned American favourites, from big juicy burgers, classic hot dogs, ribs, or something a little lighter. The drinks list is as extensive as the food menu, offering something for everyone.



Address: 18-20 Ganton St
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Opening hours: Meals served 10am-12.30am Mon-Sat; 10am-midnight Sun.
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