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Charles Dickens' London
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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

20th February 1940 Tottenham and England footballer Jimmy Greaves was born in East Ham.

20th February 1847 Swashbuckling actor William Terriss was born in London.go to related location

20th February 1673 1st recorded wine auction held (London)

20th February 1547 The Coronation of Edward VI in Westminster Abbey.go to related location

Don't be put off by the Name



Don't be put off by the Name

Truly tasty and gives a good flavour of West Indian cooking

Location: 189 Wardour Street, Soho, W1F 8ZD

Description: If you are in town for a night out but fancy a taste of the Caribbean on your way, 'Mr Jerk' is the place to go.

It's surprising to find somewhere with such authentic recipes and reasonable prices in Soho.

That said, it's more of a cafe and takeaway stop than a restaurant, with a fridge full of soft drinks, noise, crowds and occasional lapses in service.

The food however is truly tasty and gives a good flavour of West Indian cooking, encompassing snacks, patties, stews and staples like jerk chicken and goat curry.

If you don't mind taking a ticket and eating with plastic cutlery, you can rally enjoy yourself with Mr Jerk.

Notes: No Reservations. ; Predominantly takeaway; Good vegetarian options.

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Don't be put off by the Name

Truly tasty and gives a good flavour of West Indian cooking


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