The Jam Tree

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About The Jam Tree

Carrying on many of the characteristics of its Kensington counterpart, The Jam Tree will feature quirky interiors, mismatched furniture and Pop art. Featuring a large outdoor seating area and a light filled bar and dining area, complete with copper topped bar and roaring fires, The Jam Tree will provide a warm environment for its guests. Antique mirrors and personalised art works adorn the walls, while salvaged tables, Chesterfields and vintage chairs give the room an eclectic and original feel.

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I visited the Jam Tree in Chelsea with a group of friends for a midweek catchup and it was a really good venue. One of our party got lost and was over an hour late, and they were happy for us to keep waiting for her before ordering. Food came very quickly and was delicious - very difficult to choose from the excellent menu! The food was good value but cocktails slightly overpriced at around £9 (although they were very good!). Definitely planning to return & work through more of the menu...

great for a fun sunday lunch- amazing roasts and good fun with the games of scrabble and monopoly on display

The Jam Tree in Chelsea was a place we've never tried and had some good reviews. It started well accommodating 10 of us outside in their back area. Heaters helped with the chilliness. Food quality was really good! Diverse menu. Not everything was available and neither were a few of the wines on the drinks list. The serving staff came back a few times to ask us for alternatives - a bit disappointing after the 2nd time. Not even hot water! NO tea or coffee to end with!

Excellent hog roast in the garden at the back of Jam Tree, Kings Road. Nice atmos!

Went to The Jam Tree in Chelsea for supper, using a tastecard. Without the tastecard it wouldn't have been very good value for money - very expensive for what we got. Starters were good, but felt a bit let down by the main courses. In such a competitive area for good food it didnt really stand up to the others, but it was still ok.

The Jam Tree - Good atmosphere, however became a bit busy later on. Had a good variety of food and reasonably priced.

The Jam Tree, Chelsea, is a lovely pub, with very delicious food and a friendly atmosphere. I'm looking forward to going back! Thanks for a really nice supper and relaxed evening.

The Jam Tree in Chelsea was rather fabulous! All the dishes our party receieved were of a very high quality and really tasty, I think all of us would go back for more. Only negative was that we were so stuffed no one could fit desert in at the end! Loved the cassetts on the walls in the loo!

Had another nice evening at the Jam Tree on Kings Road. They had a new menu in and everything tasted fresh & appetising. They had a FREE hog roast too!

Lovely big garden on the back, I booked a table and surprised to be sat at the table outside in this cold weather but it was not too bad with a stove just by our table. They were serving free chicken at the BBQ in the garden! Very attentive service.

The Jam Tree, Chelsea

Food was excellent, good choices on the menu.

Had a pleasant evening in the garden at the back of the Jam Tree. Heaters make sure they keep you toasty & the fairy lights give it a nice XMas feel! This evening they had a free lamb roast that went down a treat with some Italian booze but they are taking part in National Curry week with a choice that looked excellent!

I went to the Jam Tree before it was featured on Made In Chelsea! As virtually my 'local' its a nice enough bar, but swing around the back & the garden will take your breath away! Lovely!

Good value upmarket pub food, great location. Staff are not proper restaurant staff, but certainly worth a visit with friends! Menu needs to be a little clearer as to what is in each dish, and there seems to be a lot of fish on there too...

Local hidden gem. I went for dinner on Wed. and it was full. I strongly recommend its garden table with heater. It had really nice buzz with full of beautiful young Chelsea crowd which was pleasant surprise! Waitress was very friendly too. Food was good local standard but not outstanding. Will go again for its atmosphere and garden table.

The Jam Tree, in Chelsea: Food was good but service was slow and waitresses came across as flustered which was a shame. Good atmosphere and busy.

I love the indoor decor and outdoor terrace, however, the food was a little disappointing - I was expecting more extensive gastro pub fare but it was a little on the boring side but still a nice meal. The service was attentive and the wine list pretty good.

We went here for a mid-week meal, catchup with friends. Even though we arrived quite early it was busy, and we didn't manage to get a table outside (if you do would recomend to book). Very nice atmosphere, light and airy feel with character. Had the scollops, amazing would have them again.

I visited the Jam Tree yesterday with my wife. The service was a bit chaotic and we were made to wait too long for our main courses. Having said that the food was great and all previous visits to the Jam tree have been excellent.

I've been to the Jam Tree before for dinner. This time it was a lunch meet up and we had an enjoyable main and dessert. I chose scallops which were cooked just right & finished with honeycomb ice-cream which was delicious.