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Harden's says

Chef Kerth Gumbs, from the tiny West Indian island of Anguilla (pop 15,000), is bringing some unusual Caribbean influences to new restaurant Boiler & Co, which opens behind Tate Modern in Southwark in January 2022. Takeaway coffee from Kiss the Hippo is already available, although diners may have to wait a little longer for a full meal.

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Blue Fin Building, 5 Canvey Street, London, SE1 0TA

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