A Brand New Kitchen For Flour City Diner

Our regulars may have noticed we’ve been closed for the last couple of weeks, and we apologise for the inconvenience.

As you may have heard, we had a small kitchen fire in early February, when our pizza ovens decided to cook more than the pizzas. Fortunately, no-one was hurt, and the fire service were quickly on scene to make everything safe, something we’re very grateful for. They gave us some advice on improving safety procedures, and as a part of that we decided to re-fit the kitchen area of the diner, meaning that we needed a few weeks to get ourselves back up together.


We’ve also done work in the restaurant area, and we hope you’ll enjoy it, with a much more bright and airy layout for our customers to enjoy while dining with us. We still have the same values, buying our food responsibly, and aiming to source as much as possible locally to support our local economy, which we’re very proud to be a part of.

Back on the subject of kitchens, we’ve put a lot of time and effort into being ready to offer a more flexible menu in the future, ranging (excuse the pun!) from extensive research into the best range cooker review recommendations, to planning our layout to give us the most space to allow multiple staff to work together in the kitchen to minimise the wait for food to be served after you order.

Here’s a really useful look into what we learned from our suppliers about planning commercial kitchen fitting projects…

We hope to see you soon, and please mention the website on your next visit as we’d love to offer you a voucher to return for a meal with a discount on us. More importantly, we’d love to know what you think about the new look, and what you think about our food. Our head chef Darren has been with us for almost a year now, so we know he’d love to know your thoughts, even if they’re difficult to hear!