Croydon In The 2010s - Differences between Version 47 and Version 46 of Finger Licking, 14 Station Road
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<div class="last_verified">Existence last checked in December 2019.</div>
<div class="last_verified">Existence last checked in July 2018.</div>
It has seating for around 15 people. At lunchtimes there's usually a buffet, available for eat-in or takeaway. They also have a main menu with things like egusi stew photo, okra stew, waakye (rice and beans) photo, kenkey (fermented maize dough) photo, fufu, pounded yam, jollof rice, etc.
A fridge at the front holds pre-packed takeaway boxes of things like jollof rice with chicken and fried plantain, priced from around £3.50 (as of January 2016).
- Photo of menu, May 2013
- Photo of price list in window, December 2013
- Scores on the Doors food hygiene rating
Accessibility: A step to get in, and another step to get to the seating area. The toilets are next door, in the Phoenix.
According to a photo on Flickr, as of c. 1985 the premises were occupied by a shop called Stitches. According to another, Stitches was still there in 1989, and according to yet another, it was still there in June 1999 (note the A-board offering zips and buttons as well as the shop sign). It also appears as Stitches in the 2nd edition of the Burrows Communications "Shop Til You Drop" guide (date unknown, but probably around 2000-2002).
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