Best Diners in Nine Elms

We've collected top 10 mentioned diners in Nine Elms from other articles such as The London Economic, Time Out London, Best London Restaurants.

Best Diners in Nine Elms

Electric Diner
Electric Diner
4.4 (1052 ratings)
French-flavoured American diner with all-day menu, long bar, exposed bricks and red leather booths.
191 Portobello Rd, London, W11 2ED, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Visit London
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"This diner is more upmarket than your average 1950s throwback; exposed brick, dramatic lighting and red leather banquets take the place of memorabilia. The French-American menu at Electric Diner is served from 8am until midnight, with eggs dominating the breakfast menu, while dinner encompasses both pure Americana, with plates such as the philly chilli cheese dog, and classic French brasserie fare, such as steak frites with bearnaise."
Mentioned by
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"191 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED, United Kingdom www.electricdiner.comBare brick walls and booths give the Electric Diner a real authentic feel in their Portobello Road premises. They serve a mean Diner Hot Dog, along with their Philly Pork and Swiss Cheese Burger, so tick all the boxes on the foot front. Of course Brooklyn Beer is their mainstay on the drink front."
Meantime Brewing Company
Meantime Brewing Company
4.5 (210 ratings)
State-of-the-art craft brewery with guided site tours, tutored tastings, plus pie and a pint nights.
Lawrence Trading Estate, Blackwall Ln, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0AR, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by London On The Inside
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"Meantime was born & bred in a Greenwich flat over twenty years ago and they’re still crafting beer from alongside the River Thames but in a much swankier tap room. Their first brew, the Union Lager, hit the taps back in 2000 and us Londoners still can’t get enough of it. Since then they’ve introduced us to the likes of tropical IPAs; lively ales that fuse British and German malts; a modern lager straight from London’s back garden; and not forgetting the cheeky Chocolate Porter too, but you’ll always find us raising a bottle of the signature London Pale Ale."
Mentioned by London 6 days itinerary
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"It is known as the location of the prime meridian and gave its name to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and sits first on the meridian line. The observatory is now maintained as a museum and visitors can learn about the history and discoveries at the observatory, stand on the famous Meridian line, visit Flamsteed House, see a camera obscura, and see the great equatorial telescope. Admission includes an audioguide to make the most of your self-guided visit."
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"Located in Greenwich, the Meantime Brewing Company has the mission of demonstrating the full flavour potential that beer has to offer. The commercial brewing house was founded by world-class brewer Alastair Hook, who in 1999 started to invest in it from his flat. The first brew package was made in April 2000, and the first beer brand was called Union, a Vienna-style dark lager."
Big Moe's Diner
Big Moe's Diner
3.5 (574 ratings)
An extensive menu of American diner-style fare in a vibrant space staged as a 1950's soda fountain.
Unit 96, Level 2 London designer outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley HA9 0FD, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Wembley Park
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"If you’re craving classic American diner favourites, like fantastic burgers, milkshakes, hot dogs, and US breakfasts, head to Big Moe’s Diners. Kids can choose from vegan nuggets, a Texan burger, or chicken strips, all served with hand-cut chips. Satisfy your sweet tooth with Big Moe’s massive selection of shakes and soda floats – you’ll feel like you’re on holiday in the Big Apple."
Mentioned by Wembley Park
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"Craving some 1950s American diner classics, all with a halal twist?. Big Moe’s specialises in gourmet burgers, big beefy hot dogs, and killer milkshakes. If you want something a little different, try their New York style breakfasts and brunch items, including big fluffy stacks of pancakes."
Mentioned by
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Hash E8
Hash E8
4.5 (403 ratings)
170 Dalston Ln, London, E8 1NG, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Time Out London
Brunch season has finally arrived
"This friendly all-day Dalston café bills itself as a modern greasy spoon and has perfected the art of curing hangovers – thanks to its devotion to hash browns and all things porky. Its quirky brunch dishes (available Tuesday to Sunday) strike the perfect balance between wholesomeness and the restorative powers of fried bacon – although they also sneak in a surprising amount of veg, from kale to homemade beans. The ‘Posh Pig’ muffin is particularly good, and the vegetarian options are genuinely decent, too."
Bad Egg
Bad Egg
3.7 (977 ratings)
Hip, informal eatery & bar featuring eggs in eclectic dishes from burgers to tacos, hash and more.
CityPoint, 1 Ropemaker St, London EC2Y 9AW, United Kingdom
Brunch restaurantBreakfast restaurantDinerEclectic restaurant
Mentioned by Time Out London
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"Restaurants Global Moorgate. It’s American dude food with attitude at this deliberately scruffy City hangout, which comes courtesy of London’s BBQ king Neil Rankin (Pitt Cue, Temper etc). Neon signage flashes and a punk soundtrack plays as punters sit at diner-style booths and hoover up dishes from a deliciously meaty, US-style menu – think pulled pork and kimchi hash, pancakes topped with fried chicken… and lots of good eggs."
Mentioned by LondonTown
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"Feast on pancakes topped with fried chicken, banana and maple syrup. City Point, 1 Ropemaker Street, City, London, EC2Y 9AW. Tube: Moorgate Station"
MEATliquor East Dulwich
MEATliquor East Dulwich
4.3 (654 ratings)
37 Lordship Ln, London, SE22 8EW, United Kingdom
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Rudy's Vegan Diner - Camden Market | Plant-Based Restaurant
Rudy's Vegan Diner - Camden Market | Plant-Based Restaurant
4.5 (387 ratings)
Vegan burgers, hot dogs & other American comfort eats served in bustling digs with outdoor tables.
729-731, Camden Stables Market, Chalk Farm, London NW1 8AH, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by World of Lina
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"As their slogan, “Eat Dirty, Vegan Style” would suggest, Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner serves up American-style comfort food, such as burgers, hotdogs, buffalo wings, sandwiches, mac n cheese, fries and more!. The Reuben sandwich and the mozzarella sticks are firm fan favorites. Not only this but they’re also known for their incredible vegan milkshakes; think chocolate peanut butter, banana biscoff and chocolate peppermint cream."
Mentioned by Vegan Food & Living
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"If you’re looking for over-the-top vegan junk food that will convince even the most ardent of meat-eaters, then look no further than Rudy’s Vegan Diner. The Camden Market-based diner offers all the staple US diner classics from The Dirty Burger to The Dirty Dog. Rudy’s even offer a Reuben sandwich with all the trimmings, including sauerkraut and Russian dressing."
Mentioned by Hot Dinners
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"In a nutshell: Restautant for the vegan butcher Where is it?. 206A Upper St Islington, London N1 1RQ Why should you care?. After the launch of their vegan 'butcher' (which has proven to be very popular indeed), Rudy's have brought their vegan diner to Islington right next door."
Frankie's Sports Bar & Grill
Frankie's Sports Bar & Grill
3.9 (268 ratings)
Burgers and Italian cuisine in a bar with tiled floors, gingham tablecloths and plasma screen sport.
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Rd, London SW6 1HS, United Kingdom
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Stax Diner
Stax Diner
4 (1078 ratings)
Gourmet burgers and popcorn shrimp in small, first-floor, American-run cafe with food-tin lighting.
1.7 Kingly Ct, Carnaby, London, W1B 5PW, United Kingdom
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MEATliquor Covent Garden
MEATliquor Covent Garden
4.3 (841 ratings)
Quirkily named burgers and hot dogs plus Southern-style sides and whisky milkshakes. Few seats.
Jubilee Market Hall, The Deck, Tavistock St, London WC2E 8BE, United Kingdom
DinerBarFast food restaurantHamburger restaurantTakeout Restaurant
Mentioned by Halal Food Diary
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"Cuisine: SteakhouseHalal Options: Separate Halal menu with various Halal meatsAddress: Ariel Way, White City, London W12 7GAWebsite: Tube Stop: Shepherds Bush"

Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Nine Elms

Asher's Africana Restaurant
Asher's Africana Restaurant
4.5 (513 ratings)
Bare-bones, low-key outpost serving African-Asian veggie plates such as samosa & chapati.
224 Ealing Rd, Wembley, HA0 4QL, United Kingdom
Vegetarian restaurantIndian restaurant
Mentioned by Home Made Blog
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"Located on Ealing Road, in the heart of Wembley’s ‘Little India’ neighbourhood, this amazing vegetarian café is a real hidden gem. Don’t be deceived by the unassuming exterior, plain decor, or lack of modern frills (it doesn’t have, or apparently need, a website) - Ashers serves some of the best Gujarati cuisine available in London. This simple, neat, family-owned café serves a delicious selection of shaaks, assorted flatbreads, rustic favourites such as khichdi and khadi, and plenty more."
4.3 (569 ratings)
Stripped-back Pan-Asian street food cafe with exposed bricks, wooden boards, wines and artisan teas.
88 Leather Ln, London, EC1N 7TT, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Eater London
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"Secluded in one of the labyrinthine side streets behind Goodge Street tube station, this chic, cosy vegetarian café has tempting displays of colourful salads, hot dishes, cakes and pastries by the entrance; and a miniscule seating area at the back. Originally set up by a father and son duo, the venue shut down for a few months last year, and has recently reopened with a new owner. It’s notable for currently being the only vegetarian venue in London to showcase cooking with broadly Ottolenghi-esque Middle Eastern influences."
Oliveira Kitchen - organic vegetarian
Oliveira Kitchen - organic vegetarian
4.9 (83 ratings)
Biodynamic fare is served with wine, cocktails & superfood smoothies at this cosy, bohemian eatery.
80 Paul St, London, EC2A 4NE, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Eater London
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"The first thing to be said about this homely, two-room East Sheen venue is that, although it is vegetarian, it uses some cheeses with animal rennet, including Parmesan — chef-proprietor Emerson Amélio de Oliveira strongly believes these have a superior flavour. That said, the eco-friendly venue, with sustainability at its heart, has by far the most inventive vegetarian menu in London. Oliveira comes from a Brazilian-Italian background; and this is reflected in dishes such as hand-made pastas and risottos, alongside the use of Amazonian fruit and veg."

Churches and Cathedrals in Nine Elms

St Botolph without Aldgate
St Botolph without Aldgate
4.4 (239 ratings)4 (22 ratings)
CofE parish church with a spire, consecrated in 1739, and the burial place of 2 Tudor period rebels.
Aldgate High St, London, EC3N 1AB, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by LondonDucklings
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"St Botolph was a Saxon saint who built a large monastery near to modern-day Boston (a corruption of Botolph’s town) in Lincolnshire in 654. He was the English patron saint of travellers and has three surviving churches in the City dedicated to him. They are all situated next to old city gates, presumably so that those about to set off could dedicate so"
Guildford Cathedral
Guildford Cathedral
4.5 (678 ratings)4 (284 ratings)
20th-century hilltop church with Anglican services, a treasury room, art exhibitions and gift shop.
Stag Hill, University Campus, Guildford GU2 7UP, United Kingdom
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St Giles Cripplegate
St Giles Cripplegate
4.5 (94 ratings)4.5 (11 ratings)
Perpendicular Gothic church built in the Middle Ages and rebuilt after WWII, with CofE services.
Fore St Ave, Barbican, London, EC2Y 8DA, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by LondonDucklings
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"St Giles Cripplegate, The origin of Cripplegate could be from the Anglo-Saxon ‘crepel’, a burrow, denoting the long, narrow underground or covered way leading to the gate. Alternatively, it could be that more cripples gathered at this particular gate begging alms than at other gates of the city.The first known church was built during the 14th century on the ground outside the gate close to where the Walbrook ran under the London Wall. It was rebuilt in the 17th century and much altered in Victorian times.Oliver Cromwell was married here, and in 1674 the poet John Milton was buried."
Mentioned by Delve Into Europe
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"St Giles is the patron saint of lepers, the crippled and the handicapped, hence this unusual dedication. It’s another London medieval church, mostly built in the late Gothic Perpendicular style, and survived the Great Fire of London but not the Blitz. The whole of the surrounding area was destroyed, and on this ground, close to a section of the London Wall, the Barbican Estate was built."

Best & Cool Science and Space Museums in Nine Elms

Science Museum
Science Museum
4.5 (49181 ratings)4 (8216 ratings)
A vast treasury of science and invention, famous for its state-of-the-art interactive exhibits.
Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by London City Calling
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"Another of the best free museums in London, and one of my personal favourites, is South Kenisngton’s Science Museum, covering various aspects of science and human achievement, from the exploration of space to the invention of modern digital technologies. Spanning multiple floors, the museum has a collection of over 300,000 items, including some amazing world-famous objects such as the Apollo 10 command capsule, Helen Sharman’s spacesuit(the first Briton in Space) and Puffing Billy (world’s oldest surviving steam locomotive). There are also a number of interactive exhibits such as a 3D IMAX cinema showing science and nature documentaries throughout the day."
Mentioned by Santorini Dave
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"A futuristic museum that is spread across seven floors of interactive and entertaining exhibits and explores everything from space travel to the Industrial Revolution. There’s something here for kids of all ages, including toddlers. Highlights include the giant telescope in the Exploring Space section, flying machines in the Flight Gallery – from hot air balloons to vintage planes, and the IMAX cinema shows on deep space and the underwater world."
Mentioned by Lonely Planet
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"The highly informative and entertaining Science Museum fills five floors with interactive exhibits. The Energy Hall highlights the first steam locomotives, which date from the early 19th century, while the third-floor exhibits, which include old gliders, hot-air balloons and flight simulators, are popular with kids."
London Museum of Water & Steam
London Museum of Water & Steam
4.6 (624 ratings)4.5 (234 ratings)
Victorian pumping station providing a history of London's water supply, with hands-on exhibits.
Green Dragon Ln, Brentford, TW8 0EN, United Kingdom
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Hunterian Museum
Hunterian Museum
4.6 (369 ratings)
Grisly history of surgery and medicine with gruesome instruments and preserved specimens.
Royal College of Surgeons of 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Broke in London
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": Row upon row of glass jars, with everything from tiny organisms, to strange two-headed beasts, to examples of gross diseases, this museum can be very creepy at times, especially when it’s quiet. However, it’s so much more than the freakshow that it is sometimes made out to be, offering a unique insight into the history of surgery and advances in modern medicine. The next few months are your last chance to see the museum before it closes in 2017 for refurbishment, so get going!"

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