Rudie's

Description

Nestling itself into north-east London's quirky Dalston den, Jamaican restaurant & lounge Rudie's is a funky-friendly and happening haunt for Hackney-ites and tourists alike to come catch a slice of the Caribbean as you sample the crafty cocktails and mouth-watering meat feast.

Super chilled vibes flowing from the sweeping Caribbean beaches wash up at this rum shack and jerk meat joint. Soak up a breadth of busting beats and a relaxing roster of reggae tunes as you and your troop tuck into the scrumptious sharing-style platters in store. Using traditional Jamaican cooking methods, the meat is marinated for 24 hours over coal-crammed jerk drums and sprinkled generously with spices and herbs - we guarantee you'll be well and truly lip-smacked by this mighty munch as you're transported straight to the sandy shores of Jamaica.

Info

  • Happily Affordable ££
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Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 18:00 0:00 Private Hire Only.
Tuesday 18:00 0:00 Private Hire Only.
Wednesday 18:00 0:00 Private Hire Only.
Thursday 18:00 0:00
Friday 17:00 0:00
Saturday 12:00 0:00
Sunday 12:00 0:00

Location

Address

Rudie's, 50, Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB

Area

Dalston

Nearest Station

Dalston Junction (Rail)

Menus

  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Caribbean, Grill and Vegan Friendly food.

  • A word from the chef:

    A Caribbean-themed menu with a twist, dive into a delicious sharing-style menu of real jerk meat shooting you straight to the shores of Jamaica.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
Basement Space 0 0 - - -

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

Customer Reviews (335)

Our Review

Rudie's - London Bar Review

Rudie's - London Bar Review

Telling people you’re eating out in Dalston is a weird experience. ‘Eating out in Dalston are you?’ They roll their eyes. ‘Going to a pizza joint that only serves Hawaiian? Are all the chairs space hoppers? Are the plates made of playdough? Is the salt dust, Tom? Is it dust?’ Etc. Obviously…