Move over Idris - Usain Bolt is in town and his new restaurant just might be a contender in the stakes for London's best new celebrity hotspot. Bringing a slice of Jamaica to east London, Tracks & Records will be the first in a chain of eateries serving all things Bolt. Think walls adorned with sports memorabilia to a menu filled with his favourite food alongside modern art and vinyl records.
Taking you from lunch through to dinner, you can munch on Jamaican favourites like island snapper, coconut and cassava shrimp and curried mutton or go for unique dishes like the mac and cheese stew beef. Boasting over 150 different kinds of rum - the majority of which hail from Jamaica - your after-work drinks never looked so good.
With three restaurants spanning from Kingston to Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, the Olympic champion has already taken his homeland by storm and now it's time for Londoners to get a taste. Spread over two floors, you can expect a bar and club with live reggae and dub sets from DJs to get the dancefloor going through the early morning.