The Jam Tree is a quirky party bar on the King's Road which serves up delicious drinks and a menu that serves traditional Caribbean dishes such as Ackee and saltfish, and short rib chilli with plantain and bell peppers.
Best Caribbean Restaurants In London
If you're in the market for some curry mutton or aching for a spot of ackee then read our round up of the best places in London for Caribbean cuisine as we bring you everything from authentic Jamaican eateries in East London to swanky Southbank restaurants with a wide and varied menu, all buzzing with the flavour of the Caribbean.
Covent Garden's premiere tropical party location is also one of the best places in London for Caribbean food. It's a great place to drink, dance and dine on some BBQ ribs and delicious buttermilk fried jerk chicken.
If you're looking for Caribbean food in London, this Jamaican restaurant in Dalston is a must-visit. With amazing cocktails and delicious food made using traditional Jamaican cooking methods, it's one of London's best Caribbean restaurants.
Alongside creating some of the most inventive rum cocktails in the city, Burlock is also home to some of the greatest Cuban and Carribean bar snacks. From molasses-glazed pork ribs, to their jerk fried chicken, it's some of the best caribbean-influenced food in London.
Offering a menu of lip-smacking authentic Jamaican dishes alongside a hand-picked sleection of over 150 rums, Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records is a must-visit for Caribbean dining. Check out what the world's fastest man has to offer at his City restaurant with memorabilia-adorned walls.
This slick, stylish restaurant on the south bank serves up some of the best Caribbean dishes in London. With BBQ pork ribs, jerk wings and salt cod fritters available from their a la carte menu, it's one of the swankiest locations to get some authentic Caribbean food in London.
Serving up sweet potato patties, curried mutton and Ital veggie curry, Cottons bring an authentic taste of the Caribbean to Vauxhall. Located right on the river, with a daily happy hour and bottomless brunch on the weekends, it's one of the best Caribbean restaurants in London.
Can't make it to Soho? Explore the Rum Kitchen's equally vibrant sister site on Brixton. The music is sure to be blasting, with flowing rum cocktails and jaw-dropping Caribbean eats that are just as bodacious as the atmosphere.