At Rum & Sugar you can choose from the very best of British produce in a seasonal menu bursting with flavoursome dishes all presented with a contemporary twist and expertly accompanied with an eclectic list of rums, cocktails, beers and wines.
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Rum & Sugar Restaurant at the Museum in Docklands
West India QuayLondonE14 4AL
- +44 (0)20 7538 2701
Awesome service. They accepted our order despite closing 10 minutes later. Decent price (especially with a tastecard) and tasted nice.more
I had a late lunch with friends this past Sunday at Rum & Sugar when there were very few options in the Canary Wharf area. Service was friendly and the interior was very nice. The food was a bit meh, a bit overpriced and not special at all. I had the fried pickles and the goat cheese salad. The fried pickles were ok, besides the fact that half of them were only batter and had no pickle...more
Oh Rum & Sugar, we had such high hopes.
A group of us were coming here for a movie and decided to get food beforehand. And we knew there was Rum & Sugar for drinks and nibbles on the other side, so off we went.
We should have known we were in trouble when we sat and no one came to see us, despite the fact that there were only like 10 people in the entire giant space. We sat outside on their...more
Had lunch with friends here last Friday, had a great time! There's a £10 lunch and drink deal which was a bargain, steak and chips and a glass of red, bargain! We had 4 babies between us and they were very accommodating, kitted us out with highchairs and nothing was too much trouble. The staff were really nice. The food was delicious and didn't take too long. There was scrummy complimentary...more
Their lunch specials are thebomb[dot]com. I got an enormous (posh) tuna niçoise sandwich, a (posh) side salad and some (posh) chips for just £6.50. My companions got the Friday Billingsgate fish & chips (and mushy peas) with a beer for a tenner.
The atmosphere in the evening? Eeeehhhh, not so much, although you could do a lot worse in Canary Wharf - I'll be honest.more