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Babaji Pide

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Babaji Pide

53 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 6LB

Pide, sometimes called ‘Turkish pizza,’ is a boat-shaped flat bread with a variety of toppings that may include...Read more

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Henry Clark Blue Plaque - Triangle House. This building was the first shop in Whyteleafe. Originally Henry Clark, butcher. Trading began here in 1866
Joseph Hertz Green Plaque - Dr J. H. Hertz CH  1872-1946  Chief Rabbi of the  British Empire  lived here  1913-1946
Queen Eleanor's Cross Bronze Plaque - On the site now occupied by the statue of King Charles I was erected the original Queen Eleanor's Cross a replica of which stands in front of Charing Cross Station. Mileages from London are measured from the site of the original cross.
Thomas More Blue Plaque - Sir Thomas More was born in a house near this site 7 February 1478
Adrian Boult Blue Plaque - Sir Adrian Boult CH 1889-1983 conductor lived at flat No. 78 1966-1977
Plaque № 7537 - Near this spot was Suffolk House  the home of Thomas Branden  Duke of Suffolk, who married  a daughter of Henry VII. He  also had royal powers to  mint money here

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