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
78 Great Eastern StreetEC2A 3JLLondonEC2A 3JL
I'd heard good things about The Jones Family Project, so I grabbed a couple of friends and hit it up for their Sunday lunch. I was absolutely not disappointed. The place looks tiny from the outside, like a small Shoreditch cafe. This is a total lie. Downstairs it opens up into something fairly enormous and, it has to be said, super cute. The kitchen is on full display and kind of magnificent....more
The Winter garden salad is delicious!
Waiters are nice and anticipate your needs. I recommend this restaurant.more
A great quirky little place! Upstairs may seem a bit on the small side but the restaurant is situated downstairs and is so much bigger than I was expecting.
The cocktails are good, they don't look poncy or take 10 minutes to make which, for me, is a positive thing because the less time they take to make, the more time I have to knock more back.
The food was delicious! I would certainly love...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