Greensleeves x The Rum Kitchen at Carnaby Street 
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
1y ago
Greensleeves is marking its 45th anniversary by taking over The Rum Kitchen on Carnaby Street. You may ask why a 45th Anniversary? – Well, if you know you know. The UK record label is synonymous with the West London music scene – only a stone’s throw away from our first Rum Kitchen site in Notting Hill. Mark your calendars. Greensleeves x Rum Kitchen is taking over Soho on 1st June – bringing the sounds of Jamaica and British Reggae to Carnaby Street. With free entry and special offers – like complimentary cocktails! – it’s a night you don’t want to miss. Get a head start on your jubilee bank ..read more
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Easter At The Rum Kitchen! Traditional Jamaican Bun and Cheese
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
Easter is here, and many of us are looking forward to enjoying the bank holiday weekend with some lovely, Easter-themed food. One of the many delicacies we enjoy as Brits is the Hot Cross Bun. Eaten warm or cold with butter or jam, it’s been enjoyed for centuries.  Here at The Rum Kitchen, we want to celebrate the holiday in the best and most authentic way for us. And that’s by doing the Hot Cross Bun the Jamaican way.   What is Jamaican Bun and Cheese? Known as Jamaican Bun n’ Cheese, the simple Hot Cross Bun has evolved within cultures. The sweet baked treat became an English tradi ..read more
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Brighton Pier Restaurants – The Rum Kitchen Guide
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
No trip to a seaside resort like Brighton is complete without a mini restaurant tour. With Brighton Pier being one of the top tourist destinations, it’s also home to some of the city’s most-loved bars and restaurants. It’s where you’ll find The Rum Kitchen and some of our best-known neighbours.  Before you start planning a trip to this seaside resort, you want to draw up a list of Brighton Pier restaurants to visit. Whether you’re planning a staycation or visiting from abroad, Brighton is considered the “happiest place to live in the UK” and the “hippest city”. While your first stop shoul ..read more
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#BREAKTHEBIAS – Honesty Box Lunch On International Women’s Day
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
Here at The Rum Kitchen, we’re all about supporting our sistas. That’s why we’re recognising International Women’s Day, with an honesty box lunch supporting The Fawcett Society, a charity that campaigns for women’s rights and gender equality. We’re hosting the honest box lunch in our Brighton, Shoreditch and Brixton restaurants from 12pm-3pm, on the 8th March. Book your table now.  So why not treat yourself this International Women’s Day by eating some delicious Caribbean food and know that you’re helping the fight for equality?  Who is The Fawcett Society?   Originally, they w ..read more
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Trinidad & Tobago Carnival Comes to RK
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
Rum Kitchen is celebrating the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival in partnership with Angostura Rum. We’re bringing a little of Trinidad and Tobago to RK with the Carnival’s signature dancing, music, and masquerade.  The Carnival will be coming to life in our Soho restaurant on 3rd March. We’re going all out for the occasion. Birthday guests will get a special treat while indoor fireworks and dancers will entertain you while you dine. You might even get lucky with our cocktail giveaways. Book Now.  You’ll also be treated to a few new additions popping up on our cocktail menu from February ..read more
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Things To Do In Brixton
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
Brixton is one of London’s most vibrant areas with a down-to-earth vibe that has made it one of the must-visit spots in the city. The area is infused with Caribbean culture – so it’s no surprise that you’ll find The Rum Kitchen there. The area is pedestrian-friendly and full of vintage stores, street food, and entertainment venues. If you’re a local or new to the area, Brixton is the perfect spot to visit with friends, and family. As Brixton locals, we’re sharing some of our top recommendations of things to do in Brixton. Tour Brixton Market Brixton Market is an excellent first stop on your ..read more
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5 Iconic Things To Do In Soho
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
  No visit to London is complete without a trip to Soho. If you’re a tourist, it’s easy to be confused by people talking about Soho. It’s often a catch-all term for large parts of central London.  Soho is a square mile area of London’s West End that you can easily explore on foot. It’s connected to some of the other most recognisable parts of London, including Regent Street and Charing Cross Road. Whether you’re moving to London or coming on a whistle-stop tour, Soho is one destination you want to have at the top of your list. We’re sharing a little about the history of Soho and wha ..read more
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5 Things To Do In Brighton Today
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
Brighton is a seaside city and a touch of paradise that doesn’t require you to jump onto a plane. It’s less than 50 miles from London, making it the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Whether you are visiting Brighton with friends or bringing family, it’s the perfect place to go for a stroll along the iconic Palace Pier, visit the beach, and immerse yourself in the city’s cultural icons. The perfect icing on the cake is a trip to The Rum Kitchen in Brighton. Dig into our carnival of flavours and sip our perfectly balanced rum cocktails. Are you ready to plan the perfect da ..read more
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Delicious Mocktails To Get You Through Dry January
The Rum Kitchen
by Aliyah Evans
2y ago
We all walk into a new year determined to make a change. For most of us, January represents a chance to reset. After indulging over the holidays, you might have decided to jump onto the ‘dry January’ bandwagon. It’s a chance to give your liver a break, save a few pennies, and explore non-alcoholic & mocktail alternatives.  But what happens when you get a craving for a cocktail? When all you want is the kick of a Mojito or the sweet taste of a Daiquiri. Well, The Rum Kitchen has you covered! That’s where our mocktails come in. Trust us. You won’t belive they don’t contain rum.  Wh ..read more
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Rum Kitchen x The Social Social Club
The Rum Kitchen
by deenie
2y ago
We’re excited to announce the launch of our first ever IGTV content segment, THE SOCIAL SOCIAL CLUB in partnership with The Beat London radio presenter, Başak Erten. Each episode involves mixology, rum, cocktails and great conversation direct from our Brixton restaurant with RK bartender Sam. It’s said that the flavours found in a rum represent the smells and tastes that you would find on the Island. Anyone that has a visited an Island and drank rum there will always have that as their favourite back at home because of the memories it brings back. Rum was never seen as a high end spirit and w ..read more
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