FAQs

FAQs

Do you do private hire, photoshoots or filming hire?


Yes, we are available to hire our venue for private hire, photoshoot & Filming. Just drop us an email to info@bigmoesdiner.co.uk with the exact date and time of the hire and someone will be in touch.




Do you take reservations?


Yes, we take reservations in all of our restaurants except for on weekends Click
here to book
. If You want to come down on a weekend then just pop in as we
accept all walk ins. Please note that there may be an approximate wait of up to
15 minuets for a table.




Is your food Halal?


Yes. All our food is 100% halal, all our meat and poultry is un-stunned.




Where are your restaurants based?


We have 3 restaurants in London. Our First restaurant that opened 10 years ago is in Newham. The second is on Whitechapel High Street and another much bigger branch in Wembley in the London Designer Outlet right next Wembley Stadium.




How can I apply for a job at Big Moe’s Diner?


We are always looking for hospitality professionals who are hardworking and want to learn. Please send your CV and cover letter to recruitment@bigmoesdiner.co.uk, please state in the subject of email what branch and position you are applying for.




What if I'm allergic or intolerable to certain foods?


Whilst every effort is made to minimize cross-contamination, our ingredients are manufactured, and our dishes are prepared, in environments where allergens are present. We cannot therefore guarantee that any item on our menu is allergen free. Please let your server know if you have any allergens or intolerance and they will provide you with an allergen menu and inform the kitchen of your allergens.




Do you have Vegan & Vegetarian options on your menu?


Yes, we have created “The Green Menu” solely created for our vegan & vegetarian customers.




Are you Children friendly?


Yes, we are 100% child friendly! We have a great kid's menu with lots of options which the little ones will love, we even have some coloring books and crayons to keep the little one occupied at the table.





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