The world's fastest man is on track to launch his own Jamaican restaurant, bar and late lounge near London's Liverpool Street Station next month.
Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt will open his fourth site under the Tracks and Records brand at 94 Middlesex Street on 10 October - his first in the UK.
The other three sites are all located in Jamaica - at in Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay.
On the restaurant side casual dining Jamaican dishes will include jerk chicken and pork as well as fried fish and bammy.
The bar meanwhile will specialise in rum, offering 100 varieties from the island nation and 50 from across the rest of world. A signature cocktail menu will also be on offer.
Bolt said: "London is my second home and a place very close to my heart - so it's brilliant to be sharing a taste of Jamaica in the capital."
Gary Matalon of KLE Group, the Jamaican company who oversee the brand, added: "After much success with our Track & Records restaurants, we're delighted to be opening in the UK.
"Our new location, in the heart of the capital, is the perfect spot for friends to get together and embrace Jamaican culture by enjoying traditional flavours, while dancing the night away."
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