The “Cotswold Diner” has opened in Cheltenham.

It’s a 1950s American Diner themed bus that serves good quality breakfast, and lunch with a friendly atmosphere. The Cheltenham Diner is located in a lay-by near the Seven Springs roundabout on the A417.

It’s is owned by Maria and Neil Thomas, and three years ago, they traded in their hot dog van for this bus which they have converted into an incredible diner.

Among their customers, celebrities such as Louis Theroux and the Hairy Bikers have visited to taste the perfection.

Co-owner Maria said, “We are more of a diner than a burger van. We have a huge lay-by where people can park, rather than just a small one. And we use exceptionally good ingredients.”

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Their community of customers are singing their praises too as one customer, who is in love with the diner said “each time I come here it’s well priced and the food is brilliant”

To make this even better, they even offer members of  the armed forces 50% off food.

The Cotswold Diner Website 

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