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Fish, Wings and Tings



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    Emma C img 5

    Brilliant spot for a Caribbean meal. The food is delicious, everything we had was so good . The staff are all so friendly and welcoming . Food arrived nice and quick, full of flavour. I'd recommend the Jerk chicken, Great portion size and the sauce is amazing. The jerk chicken comes with rice & peas, coleslaw and pineapple mango chutney . You won't leave hungry! The prawns are also really good . The restaurant is cozy and intimate but it added to the atmosphere . Lots of tables outside . Perfect for summer. Can't wait to go back .

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    Shaolu Ran img 4

    Good food but quite pricey

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    Conor O'Cleirigh img 5

    Top notch jerk chicken. Tamarind bbq sauce is the stuff of dreams. Nice rice n peas, good slaw and nice mango. Highly recommend. Washed down with a rum and ginger beer, the ginger packs a punch! Visited late last year.

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    Shaan Master img 4

    Great food and service, although a bit on the pricey side. Really enjoyable other than that though! The homemade ginger beer and curries were great with authentic flavour. Server was very friendly and helpful.

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    Dillan Bawamia img 3

    So being a South Londoner from Brixton I very much know some great Caribbean places to eat, unfortunately due to the massive change with the gentrification in London most places now are being catered to a certain demographic and most flavours of traditional foods are being watered down. I just might have been able to justify the pricing for curry goat with rice and peas at £13/14 if it was thriving with the flavours like how its meant to have, unfortunately this was not the case. the customer service was lovely here, I just wished the food & pricing matched