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Osbornes in Jesmond launches American diner-inspired menu

Newcastle diners can choose from burgers made from either 100% ground beef or chicken breast fillet, with toppings aplenty to choose from

Osbornes in Jesmond
Osbornes in Jesmond

Osbornes in Jesmond has launched a new American-style Diner menu featuring US classics with a modern twist.

The eatery on Osborne Road has taken its inspiration from all corners of America and across the border to Mexico, to create a range of burgers, hot dogs and sliders along with a choice of sundaes and milkshakes.

Diners can choose from burgers made from either 100% ground beef or chicken breast fillet, with toppings ranging from BBQ pulled pork and pepperoni to hot beef chilli with sour cream and guacamole.

Vegetarians are also catered for with the Meat Me Not, featuring grilled halloumi, a flat cap mushroom, caramelised onions, pesto and rocket.

Hot dogs include the traditional US version with onions, tomato ketchup and American mustard, and a Chilli Cheese Dog with beef chilli, jalapeño, cheese, salsa and soured cream.

Other main meal options include piri piri chicken breast, roasted salmon fillet with pesto and steak and fries – all of which are served with salad, coleslaw and hand cut chips.

Alternatively, the bar snacks and starter menu includes a bucket of chicken wings in BBQ sauce, nachos, macaroni cheese and sliders or a duo of miniature handmade burgers served in a brioche bun.

Sweet treats feature the likes of knickerbocker glory and hot fudge sundae, while at weekends diners can start the day with traditional pancakes and maple syrup or eggs – cooked to order – and served on toasted muffins.

While Osbornes’ Diner menu is a tribute to our cousins across the pond, it also features British dishes, such as a full English breakfast and fish finger sandwiches.

Osbornes is open seven days a week from 10am-11pm. Visit www.osbornesjesmond.co.uk for more information.


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