Anyway I am not really grumbling about the place - it has this retro, New York bistro bustle about it which adds to its charm.
To make up for all the shouting I had to do, I had an almost perfect burger, which I can say completely shut me up!
The char grilled stripes on the succulent, well-cooked, perfectly flavoured meat came with full garnish of lettuce, pickle, cheese, bacon and tomato all snuggled into a soft sesame bun. This is giving Herb Street burger a good run for its money, although I still think that Herb Streets pips it at the post by a margin due to the fact that I can eat a Herb Street burger in my hands without sacrificing the bun. It does take a slow twenty minutes to delicately manoeuvre the burger and bun into bite-position. Dillinger's burger, if you like to be polite in company, does require a knife and fork.
Nevertheless, a very worthwhile burger and at 14.50, not bad considering I barely ate for the rest of the day!