Filled with antique record players and an array of old-world instruments, Jamboree has a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
Recline on one of the many pieces of leather furniture on a Thursday and you'll be treated to one of the many jazz acts that grace the Jamboree stage each week. Cretan music is the focus on Wednesdays, while Friday has a popular folk night.
The intimate feel of this venue and the quality drinks on offer make for a brilliant evening location for you and your guests.
Venue Details & Map
566 Cable Street
Top 5 reviews of Jamboree
My favourite venue in London. Hidden, lovely community around it and outstanding gigs with a huge variety of music throughout the week. more
This place is absolutely awful. I ordered 1 thing and they told me it wasn't available. I ordered another thing and they brought me something completely different. And the food sucks. Thank god I ate a plate of French fries. That's one thing that was eatable. Would not recommend. more
Hidden gem. 5 stars for the atmosphere and the music. Thursday night is swing dance night more
The Cable street complex reminds me of old soho or the old east-end, untouched by the savage, but well groomed claws of the commercial world that'd have a place like this machined into a tesco's local... the complex as a whole is cavernous with many stairwells, nooks and crannies, builders, cabbies, squatters, muscians... so I suppose having a place that looks like a Moth's buffet called... more
The first (and only) time that I went to Jamboree, some seriously bizarre things were happening. I was there for an American meet-up. It was meant to have 370 people but probably maxed out at 50 at any given time. But that's another story. The bar was small, but well-stocked and there was also some live music playing. All I remember were very tall men wearing suspenders ( those are braces, if... more