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RainForest Cafe
RainForest Cafe

20 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 7EU

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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Food Hygiene Ratings for RainForest Cafe
Hygiene Rating: 5/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for RainForest Cafe
Inspected: on 28/02/2017

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Rum Kitchen Carnaby
Rum Kitchen Carnaby

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

0.3km

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

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

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

0.3km

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

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Blue Plaques in London

James Murray Blue Plaque - Sir James A. H. Murray schoolmaster, philologist and editor of the New English Dictionary lived here 1870-1885
Grey Plaque № 11583 - In memory of fifteen members of the Auxiliary Fire Service killed by enemy action in World War II near this site on the night of 9th/10th September 1940
Dennis Brain Blue Plaque - Dennis Brain 1921-1957 horn player lived here
Marquis Cornwallis, London Blue Plaque - Marquis Cornwallis Pub trading here since 1806
Blue Plaque № 6064 - Site of the Blacksmiths' Hall 1668 - 1785
Leyton Orient Football Club Blue Plaque - Lea Bridge Stadium - On this site stood Lea Bridge Stadium, the home of Lea Bridge Speedway team 1928-1938 and Clapton Orient football club. The O's moved to this site from nearby Millfields Road in 1930 before moving to Brisbane Road in 1937

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