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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 05/04/2019

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Prince Albert

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Old Swan

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Kate Greenaway Green Plaque - Kate Greenaway 1846-1901 children's book illustrator and artist lived here 1852 - 1873
William Felton And The London Steam Carriage White Plaque - William Felton's carriage works was close to this spot. In 1803 he built a carriage powered by a steam engine designed and supplied by Richard Trevithick, the great Cornish engineer. The carriage made several trips from here with up to about 8 passengers. In July of that year, one trip was made via Grey's Inn Lane, Dorset Square and Tottenham Court Road to Paddington, returning the same day via Islington . This was the first self-powered vehicle to run in the streets of London and the world's fi
Charles Fort White Plaque - Charles Fort (1874-1932) American founder of Forteanism, the study of anomalous phenomena lived here 1921-1928
Keith Moon Blue Plaque - Keith Moon (1946-1978) legendary rock drummer with 'The Who' performed here at the site of the Marquee Club in the 1960s
Grantly Dick-Read Green Plaque - Dr Grantly Dick-Read 1890-1959 20th century pioneer of natural childbirth practised here 1935-1941
Spa Road Railway Station, London Red Plaque - Spa Road Station. London's first railway terminus, opened in 1836 by the London & Greenwich Railway, later superseded by London Bridge

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