Well-known (and loved) for their extensive cocktail list and bottomless brunches, Chelsea and Clapham based The Jam Tree has recently launched a new evening menu that caters for the health-conscious and unapologetically indulgent alike.
What to Expect
Traditional ingredients receive a makeover with The Jam Tree’s new evening menu. Encompassing both style and substance, the menu offers a range of dishes varying from burgers to gluten-free and vegan friendly salads, and Asian-inspired twists on classic dishes.
What to Eat
There is a strong selection of starters on the menu so we recommend multiple ordering and sharing – we could happily have ordered them all! The Salt Baked Beetroot ‘Ravioli’ with ricotta, Montello cheese and preserved lemon dressing was light and delicious; while the Pressed Pork Belly with peanut powder, apple gel and nasturtium leaf was surprisingly generous for a starter.
For main courses, the Spiced Duck Breast with pumpkin purée, aromatic duck fritter, bok choy and ginger was a different take on the classic duck breast, while the Salmon Fillet with spiced paneer, squash, potato, spinach and cucumber relish was full of flavour.
If you still have room for pudding (remember it’s a different stomach) choose the indulgent and comforting Sticky Toffee Pudding with walnut praline and caramel ice cream.
Big group gatherings or intimate dinners for two, this menu has something for everything.
The Sotong Manis (sweet & crispy squid) – we could have eaten three of these…
The Jam Tree | 541 King’s Road, London SW6 2EB | 13-19 Old Town, London SW4 0JT