The Jam Tree


Chelsea gastro pub with quirky decor and a colonial-inspired menu.

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The Jam Tree

541 King's Road
Public transport:
Fulham Broadway, Underground
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Yelp Reviews


3 out of 5 based on 13 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Jam Tree

4.0 out of 5 25 May 2014
by Cierra C.

This place has a fun atmosphere and the food is quite good.

A lot of the guests were quite dressed up. If I was wearing something slightly more casual than I was, I would have felt out of place!

Overall, I had a good time and the food was worth the money.

And I can only imagine that the outdoor area in the back is a perfect drinking spot in the summer!more

4.0 out of 5 26 October 2013
by Danielle J.

I LOVE the jam tree! granted after a few jam cocktails, you may be too full to continue...but the drinks are great, as are the jam shots - and the happy hour is even better!

They also have a full menu of bloody mary's on the weekend, some of which are to die for.

Super cute outdoor patio in the back as well - just wish when we'd been living in London it was warm enough to take advantage of...more

5.0 out of 5 13 August 2013
by Rhea112

Love love love the jam tree

Saturday evening drinks in the garden, with very tasty BBQ

Now one of my regular fav places to eat & drink =)more

4.0 out of 5 4 August 2013
by Cady G.

Came here with a few friends for Sunday roast a few weeks back. This pub doesn't look like much from the outside, but it is very cute and nicely decorated on the inside with a large patio in the back. I actually didn't end up getting the roast (had salmon with lentil salad, which was nice and light), but my friends did and all commented that it was great.

The back area was big and open,...more

3.0 out of 5 8 January 2012
by Peter S.

The Jam Tree is a curious hybrid of a pub: cosy, wooden-panelled, warmly-lit restaurant for thirty-plus somethings during the day or Sun-Weds evenings; on Thurs-Sat evenings, feeder pub for the twenty-somethings flocking to the clubs on western Kings Road. I found the latter experience pretty mediocre - loud music, overcrowded and a poor selection of drinks. But I'd definitely like to swing by...more

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