Blogging Gals Review The Jam Tree ClaphamClapham holds a dear place in my heart. As a young child, I spent endless days playing outdoors with cousins and local kids whilst visiting my Grandma. Over the years, I've watched Clapham once a really quiet high-street, transform into a popular spot for people from all walks of life. As a South Londoner, I love supporting businesses local to me so I'm really excited to talk to you about The Jam Tree in Clapham's old town.
I'd like to first start off by saying The Jam Tree's Menu has something for everyone. The menus alternate from brunch, lunch, dinner & drinks so if you work or live nearby, this could easily become your spot!
For the health conscious foodies, you have options that include Earth Bowls, Salads and you'll also be able to find vegetarian, vegan/gluten free friendly dishes. We decided to opt for the Hot & Spicy buffalo wings for starters. They were just simply divine...
These buffalo wings were tender and full of flavour. I love buffalo wings and these are definitely up there with the best I've tasted in the past. If you're looking for something tasty to start off with, definitely go for these.
Buffalo Wings To Start £7.50 // View menu here
As we are both salmon lovers, we opted for the same dish which was a salmon fillet served with squash, potatoes, spinach and cucumber relish. I'd say this is a lovely hearty meal which is also filled with goodness and with a starter like buffalo wings with chips, doesn't make you feel half as bad. It's all about balance right?
Salmon Fillet Main - £16.50 // View menu here
What's an evening out with some cocktails huh? We ordered a variety of cocktails including some non-alcoholic ones for me (I don't drink) and OMG just wow (in this exact order). My favourite cocktail which can also be served as a mocktail is the Wham Bam Thank You Jam topped with raspberries and popping candy. I kind of tailored it to me in terms of the no alcohol but pretty much got the taste of the cocktail overall. If you love sweet drinks, this one is for you!
Drinks vary in price view list here
Here are a few photos of dishes from the new menu...
|Coconut & Lemongrass Noodle Soup|
|Spiced Duck Breast|
|Pressed Pork Belly|
I definitely want to come back to the Jam Tree to try their brunch menu as it sounds right up my street. As always thanks for reading & let us know where your favourite spot to dine in London is!
Lifestyle Blogger & Founder of Blogging Gals.