The Rum Kitchen Notting Hill 1

6-8 All Saints Road , London, W11 1HH

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SquareMeal Review of The Rum Kitchen Notting Hill

A group of smart young London entrepreneurs have captured the carefree, sun-kissed mood of a Caribbean beach shack with this restaurant and cocktail bar. The ground-floor dining room is decked out in colourful timbers, with an open kitchen and easy-going staff. Pop in for spicy soft-shell crab burger or salt-fish fritters, or settle down to a helping of jerk chicken or mutton curry with rice and peas. It’s fun and funky, promoted through social media and word of mouth among an upmarket, party-loving crowd – there’s no sign outside the door. “Everyone looked like they were having a good time. And so did we” reports one fan. From 11pm it’s party time and a playlist compiled by DJ Fast of Fun Lovin’ Criminals keeps the beat going in the basement. The dedicated rum bar holds more than 100 bottles; ask for a bespoke cocktail. 

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The Rum Kitchen Notting Hill is recommended for

Buzzy | Dark And Moody | Fun

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Westbourne Park Station 381m

Westbourne Park Tube Station 419m


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

Area: Notting Hill Holland Park

Opening times

Tues-Fri 6pm-12.30am (Fri -2am) Sat-Sun 12N-12.30am (Sun -2am)

Nearby Landmarks

Portobello Road 186m

Electric Cinema 255m


Telephone: 020 7920 6479


Cuisine: Caribbean


Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 8.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 10.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 5.0

Kiaorana67 20 September 2013

Went here with a friend and without a booking. We were told that should be not a problem. Soon after ordering drinks at the bar we got our table. The place oozes a positive vibe. The drinks are good. Food is good too (well as long as you do not expect anything sophisticated). Service is cheerful and with a positive attitude, they can even recommend dishes. This is meant to be a shack.. and as such exceeds expectations. There was a common denominator: everybody looked like they were having a good time! And so did we. I shall return.

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