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Dinerama is BACK and if you haven't made it down yet here's what you're missing - Six street diners, six bars, five street food shacks, two trucks, one DJ and a MILLION twinkling LEDs. Open for the rest of the summer four days a week every...more
This is a weird one. Most of the food is amazing and something different! However, most of these places exist beyond Dinerama and you won't have to queue for 30 minutes. Expect to spend most of your time in a queue. It's really busy, expensive...More
As a big fan of street food, I was excited to visit Dinerama and it lived up to expectations. We came on a Sunday afternoon and managed to find a table for four in the sun, and it had a more relaxed atmosphere than I...More
An array of street food with cool bars upstairs - there's no issue with taking food or drink from one place to another. There's something for everything. Go before 7pm to not pay £3 but it is worth it regardless. Special shout out to the...More
We hadn’t set out to go here but we were so pleased to stumble across it! We saw it was free entry before 7pm, I’m not sure what the charge would have been after then but guess it helps with crowd control as it could...More
A good selection of bars and street food, a really good atmosphere, bustling and entertaining. Music beers and snacks with your friends is always a winner.
We tried the wood fired pizza and yum bun. Both went down well. A good variety of food and...More
It's a very cool to hang out and have various things to eat, the lights and neon create a very chill atmosphere. The food stands change and you have a lot of choice, however I highly advise the burgers and the pizzas.
We hit this place after a great day in London by searching for street food on Google. Great place with many food stalls surrounding central bench communal tables with some standing tables. We tried the Jerk chicken and fries which was fantastic and the lamb...More
When you're drunk as a coeliac (a meat eating one), all you want is to sink your teeth into something juicy and delicious. Up In My Grill is the place to check out if your downing bevvies at Dinerama. The Steak Plate is all gluten...More
The western front of the edgy East End, Shoreditch is a perennially trendy haven for anything “street” – be it art, food, or fashion. With its handful of well connected transportation links dotting its perimeter, along with an ever increasing variety of shops, hotels, bars, and restaurants, it's easy to explore this trend-conscious and youth-oriented neighbourhood. There's a lingering post-industrial grit about
Shoreditch, but because it shares a border with “The City” financial district, the influence from its upscale neighbour can result in fascinating outcomes.