RumKitchen
Cuisine: Caribbean
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Address: 6-8 All Saints Road, London W11 1HH

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7920 6479

The Rum Kitchen bills itself a ‘Caribbean inspired beach shack’ restaurant and cocktail bar. A short menu of Jerk favourites is served Mon-Fri for dinner, and for both lunch and dinner on weekends.

Latest reviews of The Rum Kitchen

AA_Gill

AA Gill, The Sunday Times

9 June 2013

The unlikely cuisine of the West Indies was the first to exploit the idea that your daily bread contains more than its constituent parts; that there is an invisible ingredient, like the human soul. It is the spirit of a culture…

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Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

28 March 2013

As a main, I ate spiced-up chicken supreme with yam bubble, jerk gravy and chilli butter. This immediately went on to my list of top ten dishes I currently love in London. Perfect and soothing…

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Jasmine_Gardner

Jasmine Gardner, Evening Standard

21 February 2013

It’s a relief to find that, unlike the drink, the food does not mimic that of the British Virgin Islands (which is all slopped with grease and Americanisms), with a main course of roast cod marinated in coconut milk proving very good – a smooth and slightly spicy highlight. Still, I can’t say that every course met the precedent set by the drinks…

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Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

24 January 2013

Twice-cooked BBQ wings are suitably sticky, served with their own rather mild jerk sauce, while ackee and salt fish bruschetta work well. Even better are mains of jerk chicken, expertly cooked, although I would have liked more heat from the seasoning, and there’s no faulting a rich oxtail stew with butter beans…

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What the Critics say

AA_Gill

AA Gill, The Sunday Times

9 June 2013

The unlikely cuisine of the West Indies was the first to exploit the idea that your daily bread contains more than its constituent parts; that there is an invisible ingredient, like the human soul. It is the spirit of a culture…

Read full review »
Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

28 March 2013

As a main, I ate spiced-up chicken supreme with yam bubble, jerk gravy and chilli butter. This immediately went on to my list of top ten dishes I currently love in London. Perfect and soothing…

Read full review »
Jasmine_Gardner

Jasmine Gardner, Evening Standard

21 February 2013

It’s a relief to find that, unlike the drink, the food does not mimic that of the British Virgin Islands (which is all slopped with grease and Americanisms), with a main course of roast cod marinated in coconut milk proving very good – a smooth and slightly spicy highlight. Still, I can’t say that every course met the precedent set by the drinks…

Read full review »
Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

24 January 2013

Twice-cooked BBQ wings are suitably sticky, served with their own rather mild jerk sauce, while ackee and salt fish bruschetta work well. Even better are mains of jerk chicken, expertly cooked, although I would have liked more heat from the seasoning, and there’s no faulting a rich oxtail stew with butter beans…

Read full review »