A specialist drinking den sitting on Broad Street describes the outfit of The Rum House. Hidden down the back streets of Hockley, The Rum House is a hidden gem of strong supping and new wave tapas bites.
Awash with prohibition inspired interiors, sit back into deep burgundy chesterfield sofas or pull up a stool at the bottle-heavy bar where you can get chummy with the bartenders as they take you through their stocks of vintage labels, seasoned spirits and new blends on the block. Oak flooring meets exposed brick in this low-lit lounge where you can share an intimate drink between 2 or get your friends together for more of a social gathering. The venue also plays host the live music events so you can enjoy your tumbler to the sounds of local bands, acoustic artists and more.
Their liquor focus pulls classic mixology from the age of the speakeasy together with modern flare to make up some punchy house cocktails. There's food to be mentioned here too. Fusing the fragrant spices of Caribbean food with the traditional flavours of tapas dining, The Rum House has created their own eclectic dining experience that has come to be known simply as Caribbean Tapas.
|Bottle of Champagne||£50.00|
A word from the chef:
Tapas that's crushing on Caribbean flavours big style lies in wait here. Think Rainbow Slaw (£3), Curried Goat (£6,.70) and some Jamaican Duck Leg (£7).
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