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Hello Kitty Diner

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by Lydia C. Lee (subscribe)
Lydia C. Lee is still trying to work out what to do with her one wild and precious life. She currently is a haphazard blogger. Read more at or
Published November 21st 2015
The cool cat's in town

Grab your bow or cats ears, and make your way to The District in Chatswood. The Hello Kitty Diner is finally here.

There's been so much buzz in the lead up to this venue opening, that I had high expectations to taste the offerings in the cute cat establishment. Warren Turnball, formerly from Chur Burger has designed the menu, and as the American term 'Diner' implies, it's booths and burgers.

The place gets busy so we went early at 11.30 for lunch, and it was already almost full. It's open from 11am until 9pm, so perfect for lunch or dinner. There is a constant stream of people having their photo taken with the Hello Kitty at the door, so you get an idea of how popular this diner will be.

I opted for the Miss Ebi, a prawn roll with coleslaw and a light chilli mayo. It was very tasty and perfect with the housemade soda, a semisweet soft drink with apple and a hint of berries.

My friend went with the burger, declaring the patty was moist and delicious, and the curious cola.

While the dessert range was very tempting, we declined, but I intend to return to sample the sweet treats.

Hello Kitty Diner is reasonably priced and a lot of fun. It is guaranteed to delight, even if you aren't already on the very popular bandwagon. Easy to reach above the station, it's time to say Hello Kitty!

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Why? Cute Hello Kitty themed American Old School Diner
When: 11am - 9pm
Phone: No bookings
Where: The District, Chatswood Interchange - 436 Victoria Ave, Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia 2067
Cost: Reasonable
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