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Geales Fish Restaurant
Geales Fish Restaurant

2-4 Farmer Street, London, W8 7SN

Farmer Street Kensington & Chelsea Eating Restaurants


Food Hygiene Ratings for Geales Fish Restaurant
Hygiene Rating: 4/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Geales Fish Restaurant
Inspected: on 4/5/19

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Mazi
Mazi

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The Hillgate

The Hillgate, 24 Hillgate Street, London, W8 7SR

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Hillgate Street Kensington & Chelsea

Gate Theatre
Gate Theatre

Prince Albert, 11 Pembridge Road, London, W11 3HQ

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Pembridge Road Kensington & Chelsea

Prince Albert
Prince Albert

Prince Albert, 11 Pembridge Road, London, W11 3HQ

0.09km

Pembridge Road Kensington & Chelsea

Old Swan
Old Swan

The Old Swan, 206 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4DP

0.09km

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Thanet House Blue Plaque - Site of Thanet House 1644-1882
Robert Walpole, Edmund Kean, And Fountain Tavern, London Brown Plaque - In this court in the 18th century stood the Fountain Tavern where the political opponents of Sir Robert Walpole met using the title of the Fountain Club Also the Coal Hole the meeting place of the Wolf Club of which about 1826 Edmund Kean   was a leading member
Lytton Strachey Blue Plaque - Lytton Strachey 1880-1932 critic and biographer lived here
Henry VIII And Elizabeth I Of England Black Plaque - The site of  Tyburn Manor House  c. 1250 - 1791  Used by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I as a hunting lodge
Enid Bagnold Blue Plaque - Enid Bagnold 1889-1981 novelist and playwright lived here
Henry Jermyn Green Plaque - Look left to St James's Square and right to St James's Church in Jermyn Street. All this was the inspiration of one man: Henry Jermyn Earl of St Albans KG 1605-1684 diplomat, favourite of Queen Henrietta Maria and "founder of the West End" who died in his house on this site

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