Back on its feet following a fire, the renamed and re-branded Electric Diner has returned in an all-the-more American guise. Inside, exposed brickwork, shabby butcher's tiles, low lighting and green banquettes all contribute to a distressed, gleaming-but-grungy look that's as on-trend as the ‘no reservations' policy. Parent company Soho House Group has wheeled in Chicago's Au Cheval diner chain to help with the menu, and the result is American-sized portions and stateside flavours. A super-light shrimp cocktail (with king prawns with dipping sauces) might precede an artery-clogging double cheeseburger, a flat iron steak drenched in rich gravy, and chocolate pie topped by a mountain of cream – all delicious, but not for the faint-hearted. Service comes with US levels of cheer and efficiency, while the bar is a handy spot to enjoy well-mixed cocktails and a handsome choice of beers.
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