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.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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The Rum Kitchen
Carnaby StreetLondonW1B 5PW
Top 5 reviews of The Rum Kitchen
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Between the music,and the people trying to talk over the music, it becomes an extremely loud place.
I had to keep repeating myself to the person sitting 2 inches away from me.
The plus side is that they play all the Caribbean hits which will have you moving, singing and eating all at the same time. more
The music is loud and good Caribbean and R&B hits.
Some of the food is good.
I eat a lot of authentic Caribbean and African food so I'm trying to not be to judgemental.
Don't get the jerk fish though. Too salty and fishy.
The coconut rice was a bit hard and could use a little more seasoning and less coconut flakes.
It was very busy when I was there so the service was okay. They seemed... more
The drinks are a little pricey but I'll pay more for a drink if the music is good, the beverage is good, and the staff actually waits on me. I have no complaints about the rum Kitchen. Good drinks, good service, good atmosphere. more
This restaurant was really busy when we came in. We were seated on bar stools near the window. People were constantly running into my chair. The service was slow.
The drinks we had were just ok. Not something I'd order again.
The bread pudding was dry. It was edible just not that good. more
- 5 stars just for the soca soundtrack
- can't find that in london more