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Already well-established in Chelsea and Kensington, The Jam Tree has brought its lively mix of quirky, vintage-style interiors and British colonial food to Clapham. Occupying what was Grafton
House, the revamped space features JT’s signature touches – battered chesterfields, globe lights, hammered tin ceilings and colourful jam-jar pop art. The kitchen takes its inspiration from Clapham
and Brixton’s multicultural mix, with the likes of Caribbean curried goat, Malaysian battered sticky squid and ‘voodoo’ doughnuts offered, plus contemporary British ideas such as pan-fried John
Dory with potato terrine, sea beets, pressed pork belly and cucumber salsa. Drinks also cover a lot of ground, from world beers and 20 wines by the glass to fruity cocktails including black
moonshine (Disaronno, Sailor Jerry’s spiced rum and cloudy apple juice with a spoonful of blackcurrant jam).
So I’ll just come straight out with it, Philip Juma is a genius. Over these past few years my love of food has spiralled out of control, yet in the thick of it all, the one thing I’ve never taken too, is supperclubs. This is only my third supperclub experience and it certainly won’t be my last. I love Philip’s story too. The man worked in the financial district for the first six years of his career, quit his job, moved his way into street food, to working for some of London’s top restaurants – it’s with this that Juma Kitchen was born. Philip himself is an eclectic mix of English, Iraqi & Irish – determined to bring...
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The Jam Tree in Clapham is a welcome addition to the already bustling local food scene. Located in the understated charm of the old town it’s in good company, with The Sun and The Frog for neighbours. On arrival the Jam Tree is impressively well presented and you are immediately greeted by a cabinet full of it’s namesake. Inside the walls are adorned with brightly coloured pictures and the furniture is equally cool and well selected.On my visit it was more restaurant than bar and tables were fully booked for the evening, impressive for a Wednesday. The staff are an asset to this venue as they were friendly...
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