Ed’s Easy Diner

Eds DinerStyleNest recently headed to Ed’s Easy Diner at the Metrocentre in Gateshead, for a quick and tasty lunch.

Decked out as an American diner, Ed’s Easy Diner is complete with jukeboxes on tables, kitsch detail and red décor.  Despite it being half term and very busy, service was speedy from start to finish. Food options are; the main menu, BBQ & Grill, Breakfast, Milkshakes & Desserts, Juniors and Gluten Free.

Situated in the Metrocentre, we went to Ed’s Easy Diner after a cinema trip. A great location, you could have a meal in between shopping. Getting stuck in to the 1950s theme, my husband ordered a strawberry milkshake. Looking and tasting totally delicious by all accounts, it is one of the Ed’s Easy Diner signature choices. For our food, I chose a Chickpeas & Quinoa Burger plus Sweet Potato Fries from the Gluten Free menu. Meanwhile, the Mr picked the Pulled Pork Deluxe Burger.

My burger included a gluten free bun, which was soft and tasty. This was a big plus point for me; especially as a lot of gluten free bread usually tastes like cardboard. The burger itself was deliciously garnished and my fries crisp and yummy. My other half happily devoured his burger, which contained BBQ pulled pork and cheese.

Other tempting burgers on the menu include; Chilli Cheese Burger, Cajun Vegetable Burger and Chicken Acapulc o Burger. Non-burger choices are also pretty extensive, with hot dogs, salads, nachos, chicken wings, pancake stacks and waffles to name a few.

We went minus the minis, but Ed’s seems a family-friendly place to visit, with lots of mums, dads and little ones sitting around us. With a laidback friendly atmosphere, quick service and delicious food, it is an excellent and easy place for a quick bite to eat.


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