Sake Dean Mahomed And Hindoostane Coffee House Green Plaque Photo

Sake Dean Mahomed and Hindoostane Coffee House green plaque - Site of Hindoostane Coffee House 1810 London's first Indian restaurant owned by Sake Dean Mahomed 1759-1851

Sake Dean Mahomed And Hindoostane Coffee House Green Plaque Map


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Edward Linley Sambourne Black Plaque - Edward Linley Sambourne 1844–1910 artist lived here
Bronze Plaque № 9294 - These figures known as  The Burghers of Calais  commemorate six citizens of that town who offered themselves to Edward III after he had vainly besieged their town for nearly a year in 1347.  The story goes that their lives were spared on the intercession of Edward's queen Philippa of Hainault
De Hems, London Bronze Plaque - De Hems was built in 1890 and originally called 'The Macclesfield'.  In the same year a retired Dutch sea captain called De Hem purchased the pub and reinvented it as an oyster bar.  He covered the interior walls of the building with them.  All 300,00 shells that had been collected were later transferred to the restaurant upstairs, which became known as the shell room.  During World War II the pub became a rendezvous point for the Dutch resistance.  The name of the pub was officially changed fro