One of the world’s fastest men, Usain Bolt, has opened a new Jamaican restaurant in London.
Called Tracks & Records, the restaurant, which is near Liverpool Street Station, offers up what they describe as ‘real Jamaican vibes.”
“Our recipes are created to give you a taste of Jamaica. The seasonings, the spices, the cooking methods all combine to give our food that special something,” reads the website.
When we originally wrote about the restaurant, we wrongly used a menu from their location in Jamaica, it was questionable because of the number of random items such as jerk pizza, quesadilla and some odd pasta crossovers. However, we can happily report that the London menu is much smaller and on point for what you'd expect from a new restaurant in London.
Bolt promises to open 15 locations across the UK for what is obviously aiming at wide, mass market audience. On top of the much more refined food offering compared to his other locations, Track & Records also feaures a detailed and diverse list of over 150 different rums.
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