Get a taste of the American Deep South at Stax Diner in Kingly Court. The brainchild of Virginia-born Bea Vo (of Bea’s of Bloomsbury), this eatery features plenty of Cajun spice and sweet and sticky treats, from wild blueberry pancakes and popcorn shrimp po’boy to crisp deep fried chicken.
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Stax Diner Carnaby
1.7 Kingly CourtCarnabyLondonW1B 5PW
- +44 (0)20 7734 3190
Top 5 reviews of Stax Diner Carnaby
Had to try some southern comfort food in London. The chicken and waffles were legit, with the chicken breast lightly breaded and still super tender and moist. Waffle looked burnt, but I think it's just the batter as it was light and fluffy.
The small side of Cajun seasoned fries weren't exactly what I consider Cajun, but the chicken as so good that I will give them a pass. The whisky dark...Read More
Got the recommended waffle and southern style chicken. What a waste of money and effort. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. Tinseltown or GBK is much better and cheaper. #hypeRead More
I had coffee with a new friend earlier in the day and she recommended that I try out a burger place which opened recently. Traveling alone in London and hungry for a burger, it was meant to be.
As a native New Yorker, I avoid touristy sites like the plague so I had to laugh at myself when I found myself at the Westminster tube station. Walking towards Stax Diner, I 'discovered' tourist spots...Read More
I was grateful to have zero wait on a Saturday night in Soho. Of course that generally comes with a price.
We were seated by the window to people watch although there was barely enough room for two and a pile of cables under the table. Thankfully my friend is not high maintenance.
We had to flag down someone for our order and then food arrived before the drinks. My cocktail was a very...Read More
Wow I'm glad I stopped by and tried this place before leaving London. I haven't been to a burger place this good throughout my whole Paris and London trip. If you're wanting a halal or any burger fix come here. The beef bacon in the burger is a bit interesting (more chewy and sweet) I didn't really care for it so I would say skip it. This is probably the closest you'll get to an American...Read More