Top five London diners

Soho’s Ed’s Diner is famed for its Fifties themed rockabilly stylings and delicious milkshakes, but it's not the only one. Here are five more Fonzie-friendly London diners:

The Diner: The Shoreditch original has a genuine rustic feel to it, with ‘endless’ coffee refills and an exhaustive all-day breakfast menu. The Camden branch has a roof terrace for late afternoon cocktails. www.goodlifediner.com

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Tinseltown: Since opening in 1996, Tinseltown has built up a rep as the place to go for London's thickest, most flavoursome milkshakes. Pop in on ‘Mixed-Grill Mondays’ and get two shakes for free when you buy any mixed-grill meal. www.tinseltown.co.uk

Lucky 7: Sir Terance Conran’s son Tom owns this moody, New York-esque diner in Westbourne Park. Sit in thin booths adorned with large mirrors, and enjoy the selection of malt-shakes (including an alcoholic-flavoured variety) and juicy burgers. www.lucky7london.co.uk

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Fatboy’s Diner: Located next to London’s only lighthouse in Trinity Buoy Wharf, Fat Boy’s Diner is themed as a classic roadside American diner. Menu highlights include The Hillbilly Hamburger and the quintessential American sandwich, Pastrami on Rye. www.fatboysdiner.co.uk

All Star Lanes: Treat yourself to the complete Fifties experience, with bowling lanes and a cocktail bar. www.allstarlanes.co.uk

 

Word by Jack Mills