The Maroons

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Limehouse

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London"s Newest, African-Caribbean Restaurant & Bar
Converted from The Mariners, once a favourite East London pub , with
Coffee Bar - Enjoy Blue Mountain Coffee with a Slice of your Favourite Cake
Rum & Cocktail Bar - We define the New Cocktail and The Mojito
Fine Dining - with a Definite Caribbean and African Twist
Art Gallery - Creating a space for Contemporary Art

Address:
514 Commercial Road
Limehouse
London
E1 0HY
Telephone: 0207 790 5132 E-mail: info@themaroonsrestaurant.co.uk

Just A Few Minutes Walk from Limehouse DLR / C2C train station
On the edge of Wapping, Docklands and the City

Unmistakeably African - Caribbean
Venue name: The Maroons
Contact:
Address: 514 Commercial Road
London
E1 0HY
Price: £26 to £40

Average User Rating

3 / 5

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Maxine

Perhaps they are not consistent with the service and food but I ordered my food from just eat and it arrived in time and I had the pea soup, it's the best jamaican peas soup i've ever had. Had the jerk chicken with rice and peas which was spot on. I'm actually having it again to celebrate my valentines day whilst my boyfriend has his Italian. Mixed reviews but just try it for yourself. I feel bad for the delivery guy who climbed up six flights of stairs after standing at the gates to my apartment for ten minutes, I must tip him next time.

UE

This is possibly the worst restuarant on Earth. If there is life on other planets, then this place is likely worse than any eating establishments that our alien counterparts may have. The quality is so terrible, so epically inedible, so vehemently foul and rotten that it would make a dog whimper and throw itself in front of a truck if you tried to feed it the fare of The Maroons. Thankfully the service is so slow, you'll probably die of starvation before being served the turgid, toxic waste that passes for "food" in this most awful, dreadful, and repugnant of establishments. Even the idea that they could aspire to being 'mediocre' would take multiple miracles over centuries of effort. Perhaps until the end of time, the bar has been set that low. Absolutely, totally avoid, unless you have no tastebuds and are looking to contract botulism in the most sado-masochistic manner possible.