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Rum Kitchen

Kingly court is a magical little place, through a 9 & 3/4’s style passage from the hustle and bustle of Carnaby street (just off regent street) you jump into the serenity of Kingly Court. In the 60’s this was the place to see and be seen, it later became chock-full of vintage shops, give or take a cupcake bakery and now it is filled to the brim with bars and restaurants. Almost coming around full circle again, just straddling the right side of Soho.

It’s a fantastic mix of food vendors here everything from Latin American, to British to Burgers to Jamaican can be found here. It’s even been encased by a roof (again, especially handy this time of year) and scattered with fairy lights adding to the dreaminess.


P and I had a beautiful little date night in the Rum Kitchen not too long ago.

The staff are super friendly and will honestly recommend food and drinks to your taste.


I know, what you’re thinking “Jamaican me hungry”, well me too!

So let’s get stuck in!

The cocktails are killer, tasty enough that you could sup them down a little too quick!

We really didn’t fancy waiting for starters so asked for it all to come in one go.

I went for the soft shell crab burger, with a spicy tamarind sauce, ginger aioli and guava-line relish. It was like floating away to a tropical island!

P had the curried goat.

We shared some deep fried island spiced baby squid – which was divine, buttery soft, but with a kick of spice from the scotch bonnet mayo.

So if you want a place to unwind or want a spot to plot your night out over a cocktail, or three; Rum Kitchen is the place to go. With its laidback atmosphere, delicious food, Soho on it’s doorstep, some killer cocktails and as many bars as you could shake a stick at downstairs there’s a lot to be said for Rum Kitchen.

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