Kids eat FREE all day and every day at a popular restaurant in Herefordshire.

OK Diner, located on the outskirts of Leominster, is popular with diners across the area, and was made famous by Doctor Who filming at the restaurant earlier this year.

A post on social media said:

“Kids Eat Free all day every day at OK Diner. 

“One child eats free from the under 10s menu with every adult main course purchased.

“Remember this offer can not be used at the same time as any other offer, discount or promotion. 

“Show your OK Rocks Club card at our A1 diners to claim offer.”

OK Diner Leominster – A49 Ludlow Road,

Ridgemoor, Leominster, HR6 0DQ.

Monday-Sunday: 9am – 8pm.

OK Diners is owned by Dafydd Poole who believes passionately in the American diner experience and looks forward to shaping OK Diners’ future.

Dafydd became sole owner of the company when he bought out his partner in 2014. 

Previously, Dafydd and his then partner Ian Hendry purchased the company via a management buyout from The Restaurant Group way back in January 2001. 

Dafydd and the team have shaped OK Diners to deliver the true American diner experience.

That is great food, great service, great value for money, all served in an authentic diner environment complete with 50s rock and roll. 

Not only has OK Diner developed an ever-growing loyal customer base but they have also gained huge loyalty from staff. Half the current General Managers have been with the restaurant company since day one.