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Jamaican fast food - or at least Jamaican food from Usain Bolt. His company has three restaurants in Jamaica, and they have their sights on this spot in the City. Music, good food and sport will all feature.

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Sarah M
I'm sorry but the food was not nice. Those ...
Reviewed 7 months, 9 days ago

"I'm sorry but the food was not nice. Those who left a 5 star review are either not telling the truth or are people who have not grown up on Afri-Caribbean food. I went to the restaurant on 11/10/2018. The interior and decor of the place was simple, nice, clean and comfortable and there was a good vibe within it. There wasn't as much Bolt memorabilia as I had been led to believe but fair enough. Let me cut to the chase though - the food was poor. The main dishes do not come with rice. So my fish dish was literally a piece of fish swamped in vinegar. The next morning my mouth had a bitter vinegar taste in it. The jerk pork was dry with hardly any wet sauce marinade and no crispy fat bits. Again, no rice came with this main dish. It’s as if the menu was trying to go carbs free. For a £65 meal out this is comical. You receive 2 teaspoons of coleslaw with some dishes and the festivals were thin like breadsticks. For starters there are 4 small chicken wings for £7 or two unique tasting jerk chicken spring rolls. The rolls are not nice. The chicken inside the roll was a thin kebab meat. On the menu there were prices missing from certain items. For a 1-page basic menu this was inexcusable. There were no side offerings on the menu so it is likely that you will have to beg for a portion of £4 rice. Do not get excited about dessert. There are three basic choices. Again you will not see any prices. There was no ackee and saltfish, no soup, no vegetable curry, no macaroni cheese. Hard dough bread was spelt oddly on the menu. It was toast. I'm sure Usain Bolt would not tolerate this kind of quote on quote Caribbean food in real life. Jamie Oliver could have done better."

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94 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7EZ

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