Fiona Milonas (aka ‘Diner Doll’) is a fifties-loving, crepe cone-making pin-up girl with a pout like none other…
Fiona is the owner of Doughbox Diner, a rockin’ American themed joint famous for their handheld crepe cones, and she loves everything about her job – from getting dolled up and listening to amazing ’50s tunes, to making the perfect crepe cone every time and watching customers squeal with delight when they receive their malted thick shake topped with whipped cream, sprinkles and a cherry!
“My husband George and I simply adore the ’50s era and hope we can bring a smile to your face with our American-themed diner atmosphere, complemented by our famous handheld crepe cones,” says Fiona.
Have you tried them yet? If not, get down to 137 Enmore Road, Newtown.
More info at www.doughboxdiner.com.au.
The panel says…
I went to Doughbox for dessert on Valentine’s Day.
It’s a very cool place with ‘50s chic and Fiona is a classy lady.
What a doll indeed! Anyone who can make delicious crepes gets my vote.
I’ll be placing an order next time I’m in Newtown.
Fiona has a warm and welcoming smile.
I’m sure she’s a lot of fun to be around!
This cool cat is definitely no square.
Love the vintage vibe Daddy-O!