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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The Rum Kitchen
Carnaby StreetLondonW1B 5PW
Oh this place is fun! Great music, rum cocktails and Caribbean vibe. Warm and welcoming staff.
The menu is full of island flavours and there are decent vegetarian options as well. Portions are huge and comforting.
The charcoal roasted red pepper stuffed with quinoa, mixed beans, carrot, coconut puree & crispy shallots was a satisfying and delicious meal - loved the hint of coconut and crispy...more
I wish I had reported the maître d to management, as his behaviour should get him fired. We arrived and you could barely get through the door, as there was a huddle of ladies stood by the (empty) maître d station, waiting to be seated. Our reservation was at 5pm and time was ticking by, so I walked up to the bar and had to ask the bartender to go and find someone to seat us. Not an easy task,...more
I love the Rum Kitchen. I have been there a few times now and I am never disappointed with the food or the service. The first time I went I had the jerk chicken leg with rice and peas which came with gravy and it was divine. The chicken was tender and flavoured really well as was the rice and peas.
The second time I went, I had a chicken burger and shared sweet potato fries and jalapeño...more
There's a great atmosphere and decor in this place and very lively staff. There was a group of five of us and we got quite a variety of dishes which all tasted great and, more importantly, authentic - a few of us in the group had some Caribbean blood in us, so we knew what the dishes should've tasted like :)
My only complaint is that we had a very awkward moment at the end where someone in...more
Rum Kitchen has a buzz about it, a 'let's go to the Caribbean and do this everyday' kind of buzz.
Turning up without a reservation on a Thursday is not advisable, nor is any other day I imagine. However, as luck would have it, after pitching up unannounced we managed to get ourselves a table... Ya man.
Walking in here you feel the buzz of the place, lots of conversation and the ambience sets...more