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
- Public transport:
- Westferry, Null
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
I took my family here for a Sunday lunch and found it disappointing in every respect apart from the decor. The food took an age to arrive and was really mediocre. Even the kids meals were so bland that they were barely touched. The waiting staff were friendly enough and very apologetic about the speed. This place, ideally located next to the museum of London Docklands, really needs a new menu...more
On Thursday 19th September, after a free guided tour of 'Sailor Town' at the Museum of London (Docklands) I fancied a cuppa, so went to the Amper&and café (run by rumandsugar also on site).
It's situated in the large enrance hall/foyer and offers a variety of tables and seating , from sofas to wing backs to proper sit up and keep your elbows off.
It was great to have a pot for £2 served in...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
Absolutely adorable. A lovely little nod to West India Quays' past, and the perfect ending to a walk around the charming Dockland's museum. The platters to share are some of the best I've had in London. The Cocktails aren't bad either. Service was sometimes a little ropey if you were outsidehope this does well, it's a great alternative to the other chain bars and restaurants on the quaymore