Luton town centre has a vibrant range of food outlets and is also home to Lutonians family favourites, have a read of some classic Luton choices…
A family favourite restaurant serving up classic British grub for decades, a stop at Greenfields is always on the cards for anyone growing up as a child in Luton town centre. Greenfields has been a regular favourite in The Mall for over 40 years now, the rustic interior is an instant reminder of youth and nostalgia.
Friendly staff to welcome you for a quick bite to eat with friends, a breakfast of champions to start the day or a pit-stop coffee from all the shopping. Greenfields was most recently featured in ‘Blinded by the Light’ – a 2019 film set in 1987 about a boy named Javed, from Luton, drawn towards Bruce Springsteen’s music. And just like the film, Greenfields has remained exactly the same, an interior taking you back to the 80s, with welcoming faces greeting you to your table, Greenfields has remained gloriously the same ever since.
Why not enjoy a yummy milkshake (perfect for even those big kids!) or maybe a delicious burger and chips for the post-match hunger, and who can forget about the amazing pancakes!
Make sure you stop by Greenfields on your next shopping trip, it certainly doesn’t disappoint and let us know what your favourite thing about Greenfields is!
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Robby’s Tea Shop
And of course, an afternoon at Greenfields wouldn’t be complete without a homemade cake and hot tea from Robby’s Tea Shop. A day around town with grandparents can only be finished at the famous Robby’s Tea Shop.
An interior familiar to granny’s house with a warm and friendly welcome that keeps you returning. Just like Greenfields, Robby’s is a town centre favourite for people of all ages to visit. Whether it’s a lunchtime run or a tea paired with one of their delicious homemade cakes, stop by Robby’s Tea Shop for a friendly welcome and hot cuppa tea!
We can’t resist a trip to Robby’s Tea Shop in the gallery of The Mall, a cosy interior with a wide variety of sandwiches to choose from on your lunch break. What better place to have an afternoon tea, cake and enjoy good company than Robby’s Tea Shop. A perfect place to wind down the week or enjoy your manic lunch break in peace…
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A trip to town isn’t complete without a trip to Luton favourites Don Millers bakery. A traditional independent bakery on George Street serving fresh quality products every single day. For familiar faces of Luton, Don Millers will act as a key memory for anyone growing up in the town centre.
Greeted with a cosy 70s interior with classic wooden furnishings to accompany their delectable array of delicious cakes. A trip to Luton town centre isn’t complete without stopping off for a delicious jam donut or sweet delight!
It’s hard to pick just one favourite in Don Millers, instantly walking in you’re met with the smell of delicious bakery items. Who can resist a jam donut – being one of the first things we see when walking in! Or maybe an iced bun or perhaps gingerbread man for anyone looking to go back to retro heaven.
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