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|Harry Morgan was a Jewish deli near [[Oxford Circus Station|Oxford Circus]], part of a small chain. This branch closed some time in 2009 or thereabouts, though as of spring 2010 they still have other branches in [[Locale St John's Wood|St John's Wood]], Harrods, and Brent Cross Shopping Centre. As of April 2010, the Oxford Circus location is occupied by a branch of [[Tortilla, SE1 0TA|Tortilla]].
||Jewish deli near [[Oxford Circus Station|Oxford Circus]].
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The information below is retained for people who want to know what it used to be like.
Jewish deli near [[Oxford Circus Station|Oxford Circus]].
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category='Bagels,Jewish Food,Sandwich Shops,Takeaway'
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hours_text='8am-9pm Mon-Fri; midday-6pm Sat; hours variable Sun (phone to confirm)'
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summary='Now closed; was a Jewish deli near Oxford Circus.'
opening_hours_text='8am-9pm Mon-Fri; midday-6pm Sat; hours variable Sun (phone to confirm)'
phone='020 7580 4849'
summary='Jewish deli near Oxford Circus.'
Jewish deli near Oxford Circus.
This offers a range of sandwiches and some hot food, plus Jewish deli favourites such as chicken soup and salt beef sandwiches.
The salt beef sandwiches and tongue sandwiches (£5.95) are very good, with an enormous pile of warm, juicy meat on rye bread with mustard and pickles. In both cases, the meat is sliced to order from a large piece kept in simmering liquid, keeping it at its best. The chopped liver sandwich (£4.75) was also good (and included tasty pickles), but the price seems somewhat high for what is basically a liver pate sandwich on plain sliced bread.
Apparently, this is part of a chain; the original establishment is in St John's Wood and appears to be the basis of the "since 1948" claim.
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