Hey guys and welcome to the Diner!
When this site at Piccadilly Circus came up, I wanted to open a pop-up diner with a menu full of delicious, classic diner comfort food, with great food values and ethics at its heart. That means all our ingredients are sustainable, with an emphasis on British produce. There are plenty of yummy healthy dishes, as well as some naughty ones that I've tried my best to keep in check, but every one is guaranteed to make you smile.
I hope you have a great time!
Good food starts with the best ingredients. We have some of the world's best produce right on our doorstep and we make the most of it. We dry-age our Rib-eye, smoke our own-recipe hot dogs for downstairs and shape our burger patties by hand. Then there's our beautiful salads and sides. They are all made with fresh produce and every main dish comes with a salad or a portion of our slaw, which has ten different vegetables and is one of your five a day.
Arthur will be using his expertise to recycle, reuse and upcycle large quantities of what would otherwise be waste. If food's not eaten, it's composted, recycled or up-cycled. On top of all that, our piccalilli is handmade by our friends at Rubies in the Rubble, who use produce that would otherwise be thrown out by London markets.
Don't forget about our drinks menu either, it's full of craft beers, wines, delicious cocktails, shakes, as well as old-english cordials.
So get stuck in knowing that you're eating incredible, sustainable produce, cooked with love and care.
It's the food you want, the way it should be
Artist Jay Jay Burridge has decked out Jamie Oliver's Diner with his army of Dinersaurs to create a visually amazing restaurant, and put a smile on people's faces.
Jay Jay is also the man behind bespoke Lucky Seven Caps as worn by The Diner staff. You can create your very own custom-made cap with official Dinersaur Diner patches, at www.luckysevencaps.com/jamie.
To find out more about Jay Jay and the Dinersaurs, visiti www.jayjayburridge.com and watch this space for more merchandise coming soon.
A word about nutrition
The nutrition information on this menu is based on the recipes the chefs work to. Individual dishes may vary slightly and the information will not include extras such as your choice of dressing on the side or toppings on burgers.
Everything listed as a "halo" recipe meets our conditions for a healthy dish. A halo main meal contains less than 35% of a woman's GDA (guideline daily amount) for calories, saturated fat and less than 25% GDA for salt. Recipes for kids, as well as side dishes, starters, drinks and desserts all have their own nutrition targets and, where possible, are balanced meals including each of the food groups. On the other end of the scale, the "devil horns" are there to warn you that these dishes are particularly indulgent and high in calories, saturated fat or salt. Whatever you choose, remember that a healthy balanced diet, regular exercise is the key to a healthy lifestyle. For more information go to jamieoliver.com