Could the new Afro-Caribbean eatery stand apart in town?

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As a result of the opening and subsequent closing of a restaurant that featured a fusion of Eastern European and traditional English food earlier this year, the Buckingham High Street is currently going through yet another phase of its development.

One eatery is replaced by another.

The restaurant has seen a continuous influx of guests, including both local residents and people of African heritage, ever since the formal opening of the recently established Vedetto lounge, which followed the premiere of the Afro Combo on October 13th.

The opening of the Vedetto lounge came after the launch of the Afro Combo.
Concerns arise, however, due to the fact that the old location had previously been occupied by cafes, and those businesses did not remain there for an extended period of time; the question is, can this brand-new restaurant in Buckingham stand out and bring about a change?

A brand-new Afro-Caribbean restaurant finally opened its doors for business and served its first customers, leaving Afro-Caribbean students and even residents who had been yearning food that is similar to what they would receive in their own nations with a smile on their faces.

The food at the restaurant is reminiscent of what they would get in their own countries.

There has been a considerable increase in the number of African students who are studying in other countries at the institution, which has led to an increase in the demand for food that has a flavour profile that is reminiscent of Africa and the Caribbean.

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