One bedroom, three beds, really awkward queue for a shower in the morning.
Inspired by Utah Jazz player John Stockton, Stockton in South London is the “playmaker” to owner Gordon McGowan’s other hidden Jamaican restaurant, i.e. his Karl Malone.
“Our mum and grandma taught us the process of how to make the food, prepare it, marinate it overnight, and how to blend different spices and flavours together to compliment each dish.”
Londoner Gordon McGowan grew up in the small Jamaican town of Mandeville. Two years ago, he opened a bar that pays homage to his “beloved little boring town.”
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“I was one of those kids that set fire to stuff—and now I burn shit every day,” says London Log Company founder Mark Parr, whose specialist charcoal adds a unique smoky flavour to meat dishes.
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"You can just sense this really has a young trendy feel to it," says Tim Murphy, CEO of IP Global. "The artists are here. It's got that real vibe about it."
Going on the piss and eating burgers in London's most despised hipster joints.