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Lina Stores
Lina Stores
18 Brewer Street, Soho, London, W1F 0SH

Lina Stores is an Italian delicatessen in the heart of London's Soho. We import and sell authentic Italian produce,...Read more

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Food Hygiene Ratings for Lina Stores
Hygiene Rating: 5/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Lina Stores
Inspected: on 3/1/10

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Paxton & Whitfield
Paxton & Whitfield
93 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6JE

0.24km

As Britain's oldest cheesemonger, Paxton & Whitfield prides itself on sourcing and maturing the very best cheeses...Read more

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Ottolenghi
Ottolenghi
13 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LB

1.24km

Small but perfectly formed, there is a little communal table at the back of our Belgravia deli but, as we...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Robert Adam Brown Plaque - Robert Adam 1728-1792 architect
Black Plaque № 11370 - This plaque has been dedicated by the Pepys community in memory of David Ivan O'Hara  1931-1992  who in his last years dedicated himself to the community and the projects of the community of the Pepys Estate
Bronze Plaque № 6404 - The Mudlark.  The Mudlark was established in the mid 1700's and was named after the people who made a living by collecting items they could sell from the mud on the River Thames.  Behind The Mudlark is the Borough Market, on Borough High Street, which is the successor to the one that originally adjoined the end of London Bridge. It was first mentioned in 1276 and is said to be the oldest fruit and vegetable market in London.  The present buildings were designed in 1851 with additions added in th
Philip Stanhope Stone Plaque - Philip Stanhope 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1774) statesman and author lived here
Wat Tyler Brass Plaque - This memorial commemorating The Great Rising of 1381 was commissioned by Matthew Bell, carved by Emily Hoffnung, and unveiled by Ken Loach on 15th July 2015.  "If the barons merited a monument to be erected at Runnymede, Tyler merited one at Smithfield" Thomas Paine 1791
Brown Plaque № 5190 - To mark the re-publication of Robert Baden-Powell's Scouting for Boys as part of Scouting's centenary celebrations

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