Having served Caribbean food for over seven years and recently opening our Walthamstow branch the media have been interested to find out what makes Rhythm Kitchen so special and why we are different from other Caribbean restaurants.
A twist on the classics
The Jerkfather (Delroy) pays homage to his Caribbean and British experiences, combining the two to create Rhythm Kitchen. Whilst we have kept the traditional British Caribbean dishes i.e. curry goat & jerk chicken, we have also introduced some unusual Caribbean classics such as braised oxtail. This approach has lead us to be excepted within London as an authentic Caribbean restaurant.
Inside Rhythm Kitchen
When you step into Rhythm Kitchen you can tell by the décor that we are onto something different. The first thing you see when you step through the door is our bar with 70 varieties of rum, set in modern space with cool black and white photos featuring musicians, writers, artists and well-loved celebrities from the UK, Caribbean and African diaspora placed in the walls. Our shop has a minimalist feel to it, which is very laid back, to let our food do all the talking.
Jerking our chicken
When it comes to jerking our chicken, we take this very seriously. Our process could take up to 24 hours. Making sure the chicken has rested in our homemade jerk seasoning is just as important as making the seasoning consistently great. Once the flavours have soaked into the chicken it’s then time to BBQ our chicken.
So how are we different?
Caribbean food has always been known to be filling a flavoursome. If you are ready for your taste buds to indulge in great flavours, from our jerk chicken to our salt fish fritters, click here, or call 0208 520 6112.