Inspired by the flavours and styles of Africa, Spain, France and China, Antillean over in Southwark serves up Caribbean food like no other. Feast on fusion plates while you sip on stunning cocktails and sample their vast selection of rums.
Best Caribbean Restaurants In London
If you're in the market for some curry mutton or aching for a spot of ackee? Read on for our round up of the best places in London for Caribbean food as we bring you everything from authentic Jamaican eateries in East London to swanky Southbank restaurants boasting a wide and varied menu, all buzzing with the flavour of the Caribbean.
Tuck into Trinidadian specialities and sip on rum-based cocktails while gazing out across the Thames at Limin' Beach Club. A fun spot along Southbank, this beach-themed oasis is kitted out with sand flooring, palm trees and comfy seating.
Can't make it to Soho or Shoreditch? 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 (think jerk chicken and roti) that are just as vibrant as the fun-loving atmosphere.
This slick, stylish restaurant on the south bank serves up some of the best Caribbean food 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 modern Jamaican-inspired eats.
Alongside creating some of the most inventive rum cocktails in the city, Burlock is known to be a top Caribbean bar in London. Fusing traditional flavours with South American influences, it creates signature bar snacks that go perfectly with their signature concoctions.
If you're looking for a taste of the Caribbean in Brixton, then make your way to Wood & Water for their delicious menu. Tuck into curry goat or their speciality jerk roasted cauliflower or chicken skewers. If you're a fan of mimosas and rum punch, this will be you're new favourite spot.
Looking for somewhere to eat Caribbean food in East London? Head on over to Rudie's Shoreditch where Jamaican cuisine comes in the form of tapas-style dishes. Think goat curry, jerk chicken and the signature Boss Burger with a whole choice of punches to wash them down.