The space showcases the vibrant spirit of the West Indies and have hidden cellars housing over 100 varieties of rum. Beats are supplied by DJ Fast from the 'Fun Lovin' Criminals' and reggae collective 'Reggae Roast'. Expect everything from reggae to latin & calypson to Afro-funk.
Rum Kitchen has two venues, one in Notting Hill and the other in Carnaby Street, Soho.
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Venue Details & Map
The Rum Kitchen
Carnaby StreetLondonW1B 5PW
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Important Tip: Download the Cake app, use your own referral code for your friends (not the waiter's) and you'll be taking £15 (£10 free + £5 per referral) off the bill per person.
Now, that hopefully done, order a round of Zombies and get sloshed! The Zombie packs a hell of a punch, and is very worth the pricey tag of neatly £13 each.
Dinner Rush hits hardest Thurs-Sat 6pm-8/9pm, so beware...more
Love both these locations - the manager Chris is a dream -'great salt fish fritters and excellent Rum options (even some dirty Wray and Nephews for some unwelcome Jamaican headaches!) - a little corner of the caribbean in London. We love this place.more
Wow was the food and more specifically the flavours good! I will definitely be returning!
I can't wait to try the curried mutton or veggie curry however was not in the mood after warm day! Salad also looks really good. Really enjoyed my jerk chicken although beware it is quite hot. I needed a few glasses of water. Wish I'd gonna for yam and sweet pot mash rather than rice and peas as they were...more
LOVED the food and the atmosphere!! Really great. The sweet potato chips are heaven, somehow better than other sweet potato chips (apparently its possible!)
Staff are good as well and the location is easy but also slightly hidden which adds to the fun! GO GO GO!more
Happy and friendly staff (although very overstretched), yummy food, and I am such a fan of Kingly Court as a location in general.
This place is ideal for an after-work catch-up with friends, although I am not sure how authentic the Caribbean food is itself.. another thing of note is that the cocktails were very alcoholic - quite a rarity in London!more