1 August 2014

Salvation Jane

Unit 2, 1 Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1HQ

£27.00 Cafes Clerkenwell, Barbican
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  • Wine: £18.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-11pm (Mon -6pm) Sat-Sun 9am-5pm

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  1. We have made Salvation Jane our lunchtime hangout. It’s very close to my work and serves lovely food. That’s pretty much our criteria met! SJ, as none of the cool kids are calling it, is the little sister of the brilliant Aussie cafe, Lantana. It was set up by an Aussie and very much celebrates the Aussie love of decent brunches and amazing coffee, as well as a friendly, informal atmosphere. The lunch menu at Salvation Jane is quite brunchy, with antipodean-style corn fritters stacked with streaky bacon, fresh spinach and slow roast tomatoes served with a avocado chilli lime salsa and crème fraiche a sure-fire favourite...
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  2. Published : Thursday, 25th October 2012

    love2feed :: eat: salvation jane

    She says: It is somewhat of a ritual to start your Sunday with a wholesome brunch in Australia. Sydneysiders flock to their favourite caffeine scenes, devouring eggs coupled with magnificently smooth cups of roasted coffee made by some of the best baristas in the world. Over the past two years of London life, I’ve been in search for the perfect brunch spots that remind me of long, lazy and lingering weekends back home. I stumbled upon this place after seeing colleagues check-in on foursquare. Little did I know that Salvation Jane is the bigger sister in the East of Aussie cafe Lantana in Fitzrovia, one of my all time favourite cafes in London – famous for it’s long queues and quality coffee. Salvation Jane is located near Old Street and about two or three times bigger than Lantana, which is great for us as we saunter in casually without having to wait for a table. I’m here on a mission with two of my favourite fellow foodie girlfriends, Minh & Sath, the day after a rather big night out...
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  3. After, having been to Lantana, I thought why not try the sister café Salvation Jane. It is near Old Street station and is a good sized café compared to the small Lantana café. This is an Aussie style café that brings one of the best coffees and cakes to the City. Take-away baguettes and sandwiches are at the front. The menu for sit down is much more expensive than one may expect. A range of food can be found here, ranging from Thai fish cakes to risottos to salads. I noticed how small the dishes were and was not impressed seeing the cost for a main was around £9. My colleagues and I had ordered Thai fishcakes, Duck noodle salad and the risotto...
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    Sunday brunch has to be one of my favourite meals of the week. So how far would I go to seek out a good coffee and a creative dish for breakfast? Shoreditch seems to be the answer this week. Making the 25 minute journey from South West London was well worth it after finding out that Lantana in Fitzrovia has opened a sister restaurant, Salvation Jane. 

    Both names are derived from hardy Australian plants, which flourished and survived one of the toughest climates in the world after being brought in from South America and England respectively. A fitting metaphore it turned out to be. A little bit of Australia in Fitzrovia has firmly planted its roots into every discerning brunch seaker and sprouted a new bud on the other side of town. This one, Salvation Jane, is set to grow just as wild.

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