Lucky 7 is a hip miniaturised simulation of a US diner. Its booths are trimmed with green vinyl and mock stone cladding, there’s assorted Americana on the walls and a pin-board menu stretching over the open-plan kitchen. It does a fine line in serving up Stateside-style breakfasts including two-eggs-any-style (with your choice of pork product), omelettes, buttermilk pancakes and French toast. The attention to detail extends to sourcing such things as sausage patties. They even have bottomless cups of drip-fed coffee. After breakfast it’s about quality burgers (made with organic Aberdeen Angus) fries (fat or skinny) and made-to-order milkshakes that come in various flavours and thicknesses. Fully licensed with cocktails, bottled beer and wine on offer. Avoid at the weekends when the wait for a late breakfast slot can be particularly trying. Not for those who consider booth-sharing a bitch.