The restaurant is quite cramped especially when it's busy, like to get to our table I had to suck in my belly and side walk around someone and I'm not the biggest person. Booking is recommended on the weekends as it did get busy, I could see faces of disappointment when they were told of the waiting time.
So about the food, the Jackson and Rye menu has a good selection of breakfast and brunch choices for sweet or savoury tastes. They offer pancakes, pastries, sandwiches and your usual egg breakfast choices. I chose the Farmer's, which came with eggs, bacon, sausage patty, fried potatoes and granary bread. My photo below doesn't look appealing; apart from the eggs my plate looked all one colour.