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Rum Kitchen Carnaby
Rum Kitchen Carnaby

Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, Soho, London, W1B 5PW

The rum chronicles, an evening of education and entertainment carefully curated by our in house master mixologists...Read more

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Food Hygiene Ratings for Rum Kitchen Carnaby
Hygiene Rating: 2/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Rum Kitchen Carnaby
Inspected: on 28/03/2019

Rum Kitchen (Carnaby Street)
Rum Kitchen (Carnaby Street)

Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, Soho, London, W1B 5PW

Caribbean inspired Beach Shack Restaurant and Cocktail Bar. Currently with outposts in Notting Hill & Soho.Read more

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RainForest Cafe
RainForest Cafe

20 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 7EU

0.25km

Branches across the U.S. and in Shaftesbury Avenue. Food and shopping in an environment with a rain forest theme....Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Harry Relph Blue Plaque - Little Tich (Harry Relph) 1867-1928 music hall comedian lived and died here
Rodney Smith Stone Plaque - Gipsy Rodney Smith MBE who preached the Gospel of Christ to thousands on five continents for seventy years was born here on 31st March 1860 and called home journeying to America on 4th August 1947. What hath God wrought
The Daily Courant Blue Plaque - In a house near this site was published in 1702 The Daily Courant first London daily newspaper
Collins Music Hall Blue Plaque - Collins Music Hall was here from 1862-1958
Black Plaque № 41698 - Toll Gate House Spaniards Gate This eighteenth century building was erected to collect tolls from those passing through the western entrance of the estates of the Bishops of London
Essex Street, Nicholas Barbon, Orlando Bridgeman, Henry Fielding, And 2 Other - Essex Street was laid out in the grounds of Essex House by Nicholas Barbon in 1675. Among many famous lawyers who lived here were Sir Orlando Bridgeman c.1606-1674 Lord Keeper, Henry Fielding 1707-1754 novelist and Brass Crosby 1725-1793 Lord Mayor of London. James Savage 1779-1852 architect had his office here. Prince Charles Edward Stuart stayed at a house in the street in 1750. Rev Theophilus Lindsey 1723-1808 Unitarian Minister founded Essex Street Chapel here in 1774. Dr. Samuel Johnson est

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