Jimmy’s Wembley re-opens as JRC Global Buffet

Jimmy’s World Bar & Grill will be re-opening as JRC Global Buffet in Spring 2018, under new management.

Jimmy’s was forced to close its Wembley Branch earlier this year in June as a result of owing unpaid business rates to the local authority.

The Caterer reports that Brent Council have refused to disclose how much Jimmy’s owes them. However, other local authorities from around the UK have disclosed this information:

Jimmy’s owes:
• Bath and North East Somerset Council, £114,000
• Brighton & Hove City Council, £200,000
• Peterborough City Council, £95,000
• Spelthorne Borough Council, £40,000
• Watford Borough Council, £101,000

The beloved buffet in Wembley suddenly closed without notifying its loyal customers. Scores of people took to Twitter, to find out what happened?

Customers Ignored

Birthdays, pre Adele concert grub and hen nights ruined




Jimmy’s debut at the Wembley outlet was on December 2013 and after four years in operation will re-open under new management as JRC Global Buffet.

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David Goodwin has been blogging since 2010 and is the author of Wembley Blog, Harlesden Blog & Kilburn Blog. Goodwin hosts the podcast, Pod on the Block. He is the founder and company director of user experience consultancy Uxfam Ltd.

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