Friday, October 30, 2015

Jackson and Rye - Soho

Jackson and Rye is a cafe and bar situated on Wardour Street. Some say it's an American diner but I don't get that. I came with a group of friends to discuss bridesmaids' duties and thought this would be the ideal place for brunch and a good natter. 

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. 

I thought the food was average, it wasn't anything special and has put me off coming back. Maybe I ordered the wrong item,I don't know but it was nothing to shout about. Everything was cooked well, but for me the flavour wasn't there or the pizazz which would separate it from other places in London. 

Jackson + Rye Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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