It’s no secret that Londoners have a strong passion for Caribbean food, with the largest festival celebrating this vibrant cuisine taking place in Notting Hill. So it’s no surprise that there are some seriously decent restaurants peppered throughout the capital specialising in Caribbean. One such spot is Bamboula Caribbean Restaurant in Wembley. This colourful and lively restaurant has certainly garnered a loyal following of regulars looking to satisfy their Caribbean cravings… with a cocktail on the side of course. You’ll find this Wembley favourite along Harrow Road, a short distance from Wembley Stadium tube station, and the stadium itself. Bookings are essential.
Bamboula Caribbean Restaurant in Wembley is the second restaurant opened by the passionate team that brought you Bamboula Restaurant in South London’s Brixton. With over 20 years experience, the folks at Bamboula seriously know what they’re doing when it comes to Caribbean cuisine. Serving up all the dishes you’d expect, from curried goat to jerk chicken and everything in between, this funky restaurant is the ideal choice for any celebration with the whole family, or for a catch-up with friends over several of their – potentially dangerous – cocktails.
Stop into Bamboula Caribbean Restaurant and fill your boots with their homemade jerk sausages, plantain & pumpkin parcels, and tasty curries with roti on the side, all while indulging in one of their signature bamboulacalada cocktails, a cheeky take on the classic pina colada. Or perhaps for a fresh and zesty tipple, go for their rum-filled mojito brimming with fresh mint and lime, perfect for washing down those spicy Caribbean flavours. Of course, no visit to Bamboula Caribbean Restaurant in Wembley is complete without feasting on their classic rum & raisin pudding that will certainly top off your evening in all the right ways. Coming off the back of their South London restaurant, Bamboula is popular and tends to fill up quickly. So be sure to reserve ahead of time at this Harrow Road eatery to avoid disappointment.