RUDIE’S JERK SHACK BRINGS A TRULY AUTHENTIC TASTE OF MODERN JAMAICA TO LONDON.
With sites across the capital, we have brought to London our famous ‘Real Jerk’, with meats marinated for 24 hours in our secret blend of herbs and spices, before being grilled and smoked slowly over charcoal in a steel drum. Traditional Jamaican street food dishes are given the contemporary Rudie’s Jerk Shack treatment alongside well stocked rum bars featuring our iron strong Rum Punch.
"Great food, chilled vibes topped with good service"
Rudie’s Jerk Shacks are bringing our authentic taste of Jamaica all over London. So if you are looking for the best jerk chicken around or a nice cold rum punch keep an eye out here for our latest venue news. Currently we have shacks in Boxpark Shoreditch, Borough Market, Brixton Village, Canary Wharf, Mercato Metropolitano (Elephant & Castle) & Fulham…
"Great food; fantastic service and great music. Highly recommend the jerk chicken"
REAL JERK, RUM PUNCH. GOOD TIMES!
Rudie’s Jerk Shack is not just about authentic Jamaican food it’s as much about drinking as eating and we excel at both. We have one of the finest selections of quality Jamaican sipping rums in the country so no matter what your favourite tipple is we got you covered.
We’ve spent time scouring the beautiful island of Jamaica and doing nothing but sampling the finest food and drink from the best known eateries, many of which are off the beaten path and known only to the locals…
Latest NEWS FROM RUDIE’S JERK SHACK
Check out the latest news from Rudie’s Jerk Shacks.
Famed Jamaican Jerk Shack group to open new dine-in restaurant in Market Row LONDON, October 2020 - Matin and Michelle Miah, the husband and wife team behind Rudie’s Jerk Shack, are delighted to announce the opening date of their third site in Brixton Village,...
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