I recently took a trip to London, I visited Dinerama. The place was so wonderful I decided to dedicate a whole post to it.
Dinerama is an enclosed street food market run by Street Feast, hidden away in Shoreditch, a ten minute walk away from the nearest tube station. I almost walked straight past it as it’s so inconspicuous. It didn’t stand out as an amazing place from the outside but once inside, I knew I’d made a good choice. The place was so interesting and had an amazing vibe. I can only describe it as a multilayered food market, covered in dozens of colourful string lights with lots of chairs and tables in the middle to sit at. Although it was all pricey, there was a full, well stocked bar and various food stalls which all smelt delicious with healthy options and not so healthy options included.
It was National Burger Day so naturally, I wanted a burger. Having recently discovered my love for a freshly made beef burger, I headed to Burger & Beyond and picked up a cheese burger. I also got some waffle fries – washed down with the strongest Mojito I’ve ever had. It was honestly the most gorgeous burger I’ve ever had. It fell apart in your mouth and everything about it was cooked to perfection. I was more in love with that burger than I’ve ever been with anyone. I considered eating another they were that good.
Next, I grabbed some Thunderbird chicken wings which were so juicy but also super hot – almost too much for me. The dish came with blue cheese dip and pickled celery, both things that I surprised myself by enjoying. I finally tried some halloumi fries for the first time after lusting over them in Facebook foodie videos forever. They were so incredibly beautiful and even better than I expected. I also tried frosé – frozen rosé wine with strawberry, lemon and lime juice in the form of a slushie. Again they didn’t hold back with the alcohol and the drink was sweet and strong.
I knew I definitely wanted to finish off my Dinerama experience with You Doughnut! so I picked one up. I wanted doughnut balls in vanilla sugar with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, coated in biscuit crumbs with malteasers. Again, it did not disappoint, although I struggled to cut a doughnut with a fork.
By 6pm the place was busy and had such a great atmosphere. There was music in the back ground. It seemed like a great place for Londoners to come after work to socialise and catch up. If I ever get the chance to, I know I’ll definitely head back. Every single bite in Dinerama was incredible and when I left I was fed, watered and happy. If you fancy heading along yourself you can check out their website here.