Monday, 30 March 2015

HOPELESS WANDERER...


This week we popped over to Bristol’s Tube Diner, located in the Paintworks. Its quirky design (the diner is made up of two chrome Airstream trailers) meant this has been high on our list of gems to visit, and our lunch was a welcome break from a hard morning’s work!

The largest trailer is decked out as a 50s style diner, and we love the checked floor and red leather seats. The diner itself serves food that is the perfect match: think classic burgers (with fries and a shake of course), quesadillas, breakfasts and some seriously incredible coffee (the menu varies from day to day, with daily specials displayed here).

While the thought of burgers can conjure up images of processed food, what makes the Tube Diner even more special is that it serves fresh, handmade dishes, often using locally sourced ingredients. 
So. Much. Good. 


(A big thank you to the Tube Diner for giving us such a friendly welcome and letting us snap away.)

Photos by Stef Formica.
Words by Anam Rahim and Stef Formica.