The Jam Tree

The Jam Tree

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
541 King’s Road, Chelsea, London, SW6 2EB
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Situated in prime positions in Clapham Old Town and on the King's Road in Chelsea, The Jam Tree offers locals and visitors a distinctive blend of British and Colonial-inspired food, unique cocktails, vibrant interiors and a friendly atmosphere. Designed by executive chef James Browne, the food at The Jam Tree combines exotic ingredients with the finest local produce. Innovative twists and exciting flavours lead the unique menu, which features modern British favourites alongside dishes from Malaysia, South Africa, Canada and India. The Jam Tree boasts a large selection of wine and beer, and a cocktail list designed in-house by mixologists, including signature jam cocktails and nine different types of Bloody Mary. Interiors are light and lively, featuring copper-topped bars, American-style refectory tables, cheerful café chairs and battered Chesterfields. Tom Dixon copper globe lights, hammered tin ceilings and walls adorned with colourful jam jar pop art and mirrors contribute to the quirky urban-vintage feel. With flexible menus, private rooms and beautiful outdoor dining and drinking areas, both locations are ideal venues for anything from relaxed brunches and business lunches to after-work drinks and private parties


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Opening Hours:
Mon:12pm-11pm
Tues:12pm-11pm
Weds:12pm-11pm
Thurs:12pm-11pm
Sun:12pm-11pm
Fri:11am-2am
Sat:11am-2am
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