Went for a meal tonight with friends and thought our visit worthy of a comment. Simply, we all agreed that the food was too expensive for what it was; unremarkable pub food (but apparently its ok to charge £24 for a steak because we're in Clapham Old Town! Which, incidentally, was very average). Secondly, they do not section off the restaurant area and we found ourselves and our table being swamped by drunks towards the end, let alone shouting at each other across the table to be heard over the noise! We probably wouldn't return here for another meal which is a shame since it's very nice inside.
The Jam Tree - Clapham
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Posted: Thu Aug 9 2012
Taking over the former site of Grafton House, the Jam Tree Clapham has a completely different layout to its predecessor. The front of the venue has been transformed into a light and lively space, framed by floor to ceiling windows on one side, and a long copper topped bar on the other. The venue"s quirky urban vintage style will be represented by its mismatched seating - American style refectory tables, cheerful café chairs and battered Chesterfields. Tom Dixon copper globe lights, hammered tin ceilings, antique grocery shelves and walls adorned with colourful jam jar pop art and mirrors will all add to the bright and warm atmosphere.
Towards the back of the venue will be a concealed door leading to a private room with its own bar and adjoining garden area. Ideal for private functions, the space will also feature a ping pong table and dining area.
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A long story to cut short.. The 'manager' Leandro and the front of house woman are in dire need of a crash course in customer relations..as pulling faces and making rude remarks behind customers backs ( you forgot about the mirror ! ) is not the way to encourage further custom.Vile little man.