Slick, clean cut and effortlessly stylish, The Jones Family Project is a versatile restaurant and bar with a regularly rotating pop-up dining space. Favourites from the Josper grill are joined by a wine list of over 100 bottles, as well as cocktails and local beers.
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The Jones Family Project - Sunday Roast Set Menu - 1 course is £9.95, 2 courses are £14.50 & 3 courses are £17.50
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The Jones Family Project
78 Great Eastern StreetEC2A 3JLLondonEC2A 3JL
Great buzzy atmosphere and surprisingly huge downstairs area with many big groups dining. The drinks are refreshing, yummy and strong. The menu has a lot of great options, it was hard to decide what to order. I got the lamb and my boyfriend got the creole chicken. We enjoyed both. I ordered some wine as well which was nice and they even took it off the bill as they felt the food was...more
Great atmosphere and good food. I had the prawn cocktail which was nice and the burger which was excellent.
I would totally recommend this restaurant to friends and would happily go back.more
Was looking for a nice restaurant to have a business dinner, and this place is fantastic. Had some really fantastic fish and spinach.
Highly recommended. And the atmosphere is fantastic.
It was actual less expensive than I thought it would be.more
The Jones Family Project has been one of those places that since I first heard it mentioned, it seems to have been mentioned about a million times since, either recommended to me by friends of friends or popping up on other blogs. Located right across from the Hoxton Hotel, it's in a great location for a quick bite before scouring all that Shoreditch has to offer (I got a fabulous hat and...more
So I booked a brunch for half 1 on Saturday to try this place out. I ended up leaving at about 8.30pm. 7 hours in one restaurant? Yes I kid you not. Possibly the longest time I have ever spent at a restaurant! Why you ask? It comes down to the vibe - I just didn't want to leave, and at no point did I feel that the staff wanted me to leave either. I could have stayed forever!!
So whats so...more