The Jamie Oliver's Diner story

Our little pop-up diner on London’s Shaftesbury Avenue was the first of its kind to open, back in 2013. Designed to be a relaxed, vibrant space that would stick around for just a year, it’s menu took inspiration from Jamie’s trip to the States, as documented in Jamie’s America. In 2009, Jamie travelled the length and breadth of the country hunting out the best of the best – getting to the heart of great American food – be it a classic rack of ribs, a juicy burger, or Cajun flavours. We took some of the bits we knew you’d love and, low and behold, our little pop-up restaurant is still going strong four years later


Now it’s evolving into something bigger and better still with the launch of Jamie Oliver’s Diner in Gatwick’s South Terminal. A hub for excited travellers to come and tuck into some feel-good food before their flight, you’ll find everything you’ve ever wanted in airport food. Indulgent pre-holiday treats and a selection of really great healthy options for those who have already over-indulged on their trip to London. 


Whatever you fancy, it’s all designed to be enjoyed in a super-relaxed, comfortable space, that’s typical of the diner – comfy booths, stools at the bar and a great soundtrack. So when you’ve already been in the air for 18 hours and need of a comfy chair and a hot meal before your connection, or you’re on your way for a weekend break with mates and want a celebratory drink in the bar, we’ve got you covered. 



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