ASDA Express Diner cafe restaurant in selected stores - many hot/cold food and drinks items £1.00, e.g. oven-baked jacket potato with beans+cheese, breakfast butties, pizza - HotUKDeals
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ASDA Express Diner cafe restaurant in selected stores - many hot/cold food and drinks items £1.00, e.g. oven-baked jacket potato with beans+cheese, breakfast butties, pizza

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This is a fantastic place to eat, really good quality, large, hot jacket potato with lovely skin for £1, 4 different toppings, including my fave - cheese, beans, butter. Breakfast butties includi… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
This is a fantastic place to eat, really good quality, large, hot jacket potato with lovely skin for £1, 4 different toppings, including my fave - cheese, beans, butter.

Breakfast butties including vegetarian sausage, £1. Slice of pizza, £1.50. Whole large pizza £6. 2 hash browns 50p in morning. There is a machine to help yourself to free filtered cold water with cups on it. Soft and hot drinks are self-serve, you're just given a cup ;)

QUite a lot of ASDA stores have them but annoyingly they have a terrible website with no filter+search options. You just have to search for your area and click on individual stores. Then look for "Express Diner" under facilites. Opening hours are not listed and it's hard finding out from Twitter or calling! I have now found out ASDA Eastlands in Manchester is open until 7PM Mon-Thu, 8:30 Fri+Sat and 4/5 (not sure) on Sunday.
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1 Like #1
Asda Robroyston has one, it's fab!
1 Like #2
Asda Grantham has this. Excellent.
1 Like #3
Does this mean that Asda are getting rid of the super slow business of queuing after you have collected your hot food so that it gets nice and cold?

Edited By: banjomike on Feb 09, 2017 23:56: spelling
#4
banjomike
Does this mean that Asda are getting rid of the super slow business of queuing after you have collected your hot food so that it gets nice and cold?


Good point at these you pay first or as soon as you get the food
#5
one in Poole is good saved me loads of money working away. 16inch pizza for £6. mmmm
1 Like #6
These are good value. The pizza is nice and, in ours anyway, you get a good sized portion of chips. You can also ask them to make a full pizza (£6) up from slices of the various ones out for sale, ie.you don't have to wait for a new one to cook. It's a shame they don't do hot chocolate though.
#7
One in Royston Vasey - it's lush.
1 Like #8
Asda fosse park Leicester has one
1 Like #9
This is also available in the Redditch store. The £6 for their pizza is well worth it.
1 Like #10
This is a fantastic place to eat

Last time I visited an Asda cafe, the word 'fantastic' certainly didn't spring to mind.
1 Like #11
Hall Road in Norwich has one. Not bad food and super value
1 Like #12
"This is a fantastic place to eat, really good quality"
Does anyone know if they're taking bookings for Valentine's?
Sounds like a fantastic place to take the wife :D
2 Likes #13
Warrington ASDA in the Cockhedge centre has one too.
#14
Why is this posted on this website, it's not a deal at all because the menu has always been them prices before.
2 Likes #15
These are the standard prices, so it's more of a 'heads up' than a deal. Lots of people might not realise that the Asda cafe is so cheap or that the food is actually pretty good quality.

It's annoying when they say they have run out of bacon, tea cakes, or something though because you just think, 'The shop is 20 feet away, go buy some ffs'. The Altrincham one didn't have sugar for about fortnight a while ago...
1 Like #16
Apart from the fact, Asda is vile generally, the plethora of screaming kids running around whilst their mothers ignore them to have a natter with their mate is enough to put me off.
1 Like #17
FrillyFrog
Apart from the fact, Asda is vile generally, the plethora of screaming kids running around whilst their mothers ignore them to have a natter with their mate is enough to put me off.
You don't get that in Waitrose because the kids are being taken care of by the aupair
1 Like #18
Niz
FrillyFrog
Apart from the fact, Asda is vile generally, the plethora of screaming kids running around whilst their mothers ignore them to have a natter with their mate is enough to put me off.
You don't get that in Waitrose because the kids are being taken care of by the aupair
But you get a long queue for the free tea/coffee.:D
#19
FrillyFrog
Apart from the fact, Asda is vile generally, the plethora of screaming kids running around whilst their mothers ignore them to have a natter with their mate is enough to put me off.


That's why I shop in Sainsbury's and order anything I want from Asda online.Happy to pay £1 delivery for a bit of peace and quite.
#20
Bring back Lyons Corner Houses, especially after the lunch rush, when the staff would load your plate 15cm high! However, although no ASDA near me, can't argue with these prices.


Edited By: Sogaaddict on Feb 11, 2017 09:23
#21
Yeah, you gotta love Asda. It keeps the riff raff out of Sainsburys.
1 Like #22
Will this be available valentines evening ?
#23
It should be available for Valentines Day. Push the boat out and get a cinnamon bun too.
#24
aurora
These are the standard prices, so it's more of a 'heads up' than a deal. Lots of people might not realise that the Asda cafe is so cheap or that the food is actually pretty good quality.
It's annoying when they say they have run out of bacon, tea cakes, or something though because you just think, 'The shop is 20 feet away, go buy some ffs'. The Altrincham one didn't have sugar for about fortnight a while ago...


I thought the same in a Morrisons café. I wanted the Heinz Tomato soup but they said they had run out. I later then went back into the store (Some 20 yards from where I was standing in the cafe) and VOILA loads and loads of cans of Tomato soup. You have to question the logic right?

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