Three Little Birds Battersea is one of London’s best when it comes to serving up quality and creative Caribbean cuisine. Set within in a space that oozes tropical vibes, you’ll find a seasonal menu showcasing delicious Jamaican dishes and a cocktail menu that’s carefully curated and very tempting indeed – it features a decent array of rum-based tipples, of course. Three Little Birds London is a truly delightful cafe, boutique and rum bar that pays homage to all things Jamaican. Located along Battersea Rise – there’s also another venue in Brixton – this London Jamaican restaurant will have you coming back time and time again – for the vibes, the food and the drinks. Book a table now!
Three Little Birds Battersea is coming hot off the heels from the original space in Brixton, and local Londoners are buzzing about it. Chic, stylish and tropical in all the right ways, Three Little Birds is a Caribbean restaurant well worth a try. The menu here is strictly seasonal, but you can expect to find brunch dishes like the Jamaican breakfast featuring ackee and saltfish, fried dumplings and banana pancakes topped with bacon, caramelised banana and rum sauce. We’re big fans of turning it into a bottomless brunch with unlimited prosecco and mimosas… because, why not?
If you’re in later, keep an eye out for dishes like the jerk burger with your choice of filling and that iconic Caribbean flavour, chicken wings tossed in a zesty glaze, spicy prawns topped with a pineapple salsa or one of the sharing platters that are perfect for larger groups. Just remember folks, it’s all seasonal at Three Little Birds Battersea so be sure to arrive open-minded. Something that doesn’t change though, is the cocktail selection. Sample the Three Little Birds signature rum punch, or perhaps give the Buffalo Soldier a go, made with dark rum, guava, lime and bitters. With plenty of funky music and a seriously good atmosphere, Three Little Birds London on Battersea Rise makes for the perfect day or evening out.
Three little birds is a great new addition to Battersea. I visited on a Thursday evening and although the restaurant was quiet on arrival it soon filled up and the place was buzzing with people having a good time. The staff are very friendly and attentive without being too fussy and I felt very looked after. The cocktails that I tried were very good and as they were only £5 up to 8pm in cocktail hour also very good value. I would have liked to have had the option of a rose wine as they don't feature this on their menu but on pointing that out to a member of staff they said that they would be looking at changing that. Now onto the food, almost everything I had was lovely.They do a tapas style small plate portion offering and I enjoyed that, trying a few dishes. The garlic prawns were amazing, big plump and juicy and the chicken wings spicy and yet sweet at the same time. The only dish I was disappointed with was the calamari which was too rubbery and had been coated badly the breading being far too wet so it just slid off the rings. The only other criticism I would have is that the chairs weren't very comfortable and I think I would have stayed longer and relaxed after my meal had this not been the case. All in all though from a first visit I am excited to come back and try some more dishes.
Great food & lovely staff serving small sharing plates so you get to try more delicious food - the cod fritters were amazing as we're the banana pancakes - would definitely recommend!
Lovely food, nice sharing plate size and great decor. We had some very tasty jerk chicken, curried goat and the most enormous garlic prawns I have ever seen. Great service.