A ghost town during lockdowns, the London financial centre has seen a return of people visiting for work and play
Lino Caboso has been serving jerk chicken and rum punch at Rudie’s Jerk Shack in Canary Wharf since it opened in March 2021, one of several pop-up food stalls in Reuters Plaza, around the corner from the tube station and a park.
This time last year, it was pretty quiet. “We had [less than] 100 customers a day when we opened a year ago.” Speaking on a hot June Thursday, he checks the till and finds that he has already done 600 orders.
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