Chelsea Bun Diner Returns to 1984

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Emily Gray by | Posted on 8th July 2014
Chelsea Bun Diner Returns to 1984

Remember when food was a little bit cheaper?  When you weren’t paying £12 for a bowl of porridge (I think they must have been oats dusted in gold) or half your wages on a cocktail?

Well in celebration of its 30th birthday local favourite, The Chelsea Bun Diner on Limerston Street, is treating its customers and serving all its food at its opening 1984 prices until the end of tomorrow. Hurrah! So quick, if it’s your turn to pay  then head to the diner as breakfasts will cost about £6 and sandwiches will be as little as £2 – that’s the sort of birthday present we like! 

www.chelseabun.co.uk

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