Adam’s Diner epitomises everything we love about American cuisine: it’s fun, it’s fast and there’s a heck load of flavour. You really can’t go wrong at Adam’s because it gets all the important little details just right. It’s a cosy little spot in the heart of Clydebank – next to Esso petrol station on Glasgow Road – with iconic diner decor and a soundtrack that will hurl you back to the American 50s. Then there’s the menu, of course, the menu. It’s packed with high quality ingredients and burgers that you won’t be able to put down. Reserve a table now!
Imagine the scene: you’re cruising down Glasgow Road through the heart of Clydebank and you’re gazing out over the River Clyde. It’s the open road, but you’re hungry. You’re still cruising, then you arrive at the restaurant where you’ve booked your table: Adam’s Diner in all its American glory, standing proud. The smell of prime burgers and peri fries inviting you inside… We imagine that’s exactly how your visit to Adam’s will unfold. Here at this wonderful American-inspired diner there’s a focus on premium quality produce and personalised service. You’ll be welcomed by staff who are passionate and genuinely interested in showing you a good time, once you’re seated amongst the stars, stripes and other iconic images of the USA.
The menu is full of hearty American classics. Nibble on popcorn chicken, chilli beef nachos or some grilled chicken wings. The star attractions at Adam’s Diner, however, are the burgers. Forget average burgers that are so sloppy you can’t hold them in one piece, think instead of patties that are seasoned and marinated for a minimum of 24 hours, then stacked between quality bread and complemented with toppings that are fresher than fresh. The Double D, The Evel Knievel and, of course, The King, are all options that may just have you drooling. Finish everything off with a customised milkshake by choosing from 23 flavours of classic Italian ice cream to blend together, then add chocolate bars or oreos – and there you have the dream that is quickly becoming famous right across Clydebank.
The food was lovely can't fault it at all. Was a bit disappointed with the location and setting and the place as thought it would have been bigger and more American, American jukebox and stuff playing, just looks like a fast food cafe at side of garage. Chef's standing outside smoking for customers to see isn't a good look either, also delivery drivers just walking in and going behind counter into food preparation area isn't a good look either,