The 10 best Caribbean restaurants in London
London’s food scene is a diverse display of the diaspora communities who call the city their home. In particular, the wide variety of Caribbean eating spots reflects the many aspects of this eclectic culture, and over time, Caribbean cooking has evolved in the capital, steadily entering the mainstream. Yard shops (Jamaican takeaways) have been a cornerstone since the 1970s, serving classics such as beef patties, escovitch fish and oxtail. A few quaint Trinidadian or Guyanese restaurants, for an Afro-Indian fix of roti, doubles and pholourie, may be less familiar to the wider public but are loved by their local communities. These spaces offer authentic recipes and celebrate the nuances within the traditions. More recently, a new generation is delving deeper into the culinary heritage and curating a full Caribbean dining experience while paying tribute to their history.
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