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London Restaurants: Best Caribbean Food

By Parker Diakite

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Tucked away in London, one of the world’s greatest cities, are restaurants that boast its diversity.

 

Over the years, cuisine from the Caribbean has become increasingly popular in the United Kingdom.

 

Here’s a list of some of the best restaurants in London.

 

Ma Petite Jamaica

This restaurant has served authentic Jamaican food in the capital since 1985 and staff here refer to themselves as “London’s first Caribbean Diner.”

 

Located in the heart of Camden they offer some of the best rum cocktails and jerk chicken London has to offer.


 

Instagram| @mapetitejamaica

 

Negril

Looking for traditional comfort food and outdoor seating? Then Negril, located in Brixton, should be on your list of places to try.

PHOTO| @negrilonline

 

Three Little Birds

Three Little Birds is a Jamaican inspired cafe, boutique and rum bar that brings the vibe from the Jamaican islands to London.

Instagram| @3littlebirdsja

 

Guanabana

Guanabana specializes in cuisine from all over South America and the Caribbean.

Instagram| @guanabana restaurant

 

Pandabeery Caribbean Restaurant and Jack Centre

Here is where you’ll find a great atmosphere and personalized service. PandaBerry Caribbean Restaurant & Jerk Centre is a family-run business that provides its customers with some of the best cuisine the Caribbean has to offer.

Instagram| @Pandabeery Caribbean

Fish Wings n Tings

Chef Brian Danclair is a long-time resident of South London and created Fish Wings n Tings in the familial spirit of his grandmother. Danclair incorporates family and community into everything he does. From his son Daniel naming his homemade sauces to the warm greeting one receives when passing by, Fish Wings n Tings is more than just great food, it is about great company.

PHOTO| Fish Wings n Tings

The Rum Kitchen

The Rum Kitchen is a Caribbean inspired Beach Shack Restaurant and Cocktail Bar with locations in Notting Hill, Brixton and Soho. There’s also a rum masterclass that you can take that will take you through a brief history of rum knowledge before providing you with instructions on creating five classic rum cocktails.

Instagram| @therumkitchen

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