London’s Soho is getting an exciting new addition to its lively streets. Following the success of Caribbean restaurant and bar The Rum Kitchen in Notting Hill, The Rum Group will be launching a second site on December 9 in Kingly Court.
The all-day dining menu will continue to showcase the vibrant flavours of the West Indies, with the team’s modern approach to Caribbean cuisine. Newly appointed Executive Chef Jones Quaynor, previously of Cottons and Boisdale, will bring his extensive experience and a taste for home cooked, soul food to the heat of the kitchen. The menu will offer Caribbean classics ranging from saltfish fritters to the traditional curried mutton, as well as some new favourites including the swordfish sandwich with a spicy tartare and a crispy pork belly, watermelon and mango salad.
For those in need of an afternoon pick-me up, The Rum Kitchen, Carnaby will offer a daily sweet treat with a selection of homemade cakes, including slabs of banana and rum loaf.
And saving the best for last, The Rum Kitchen’s renowned Caribbean inspired and innovative cocktail menu will also be available, with signature serves including the Rattle Skull Punch – a secret blend of rum punch with spices and fruits – and the Rumbustion – cooling coconut, spices and rum.
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Open daily from 11am