The Jones Family Project

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  • Jones Family Project

    © Paul Winch-Furness

    Jones Family Project
  • Jones Family Project

    © Paul Winch-Furness

    Jones Family Project
  • Jones Family Project

    © Paul Winch-Furness

    Jones Family Project
  • Jones Family Project

    © Paul Winch-Furness

    Jones Family Project
  • Jones Family Project

    © Paul Winch-Furness

    Jones Family Project

Jones Family Project

© Paul Winch-Furness

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  • Address:

    The Jones Family Project 78 Great Eastern Street
    London
    EC2A 3JL

  • Venue phone:

    020 7739 1740

  • Venue website:

    www.jonesfamilyproject.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-midnight Mon-Fri; 10am-midnight Sat; 10am-6pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Old Street

  • Price:

    Meal for two with drinks and service: around £65.

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  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:0
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  • 1 star:1
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Rani B

 First of all i never write a review for anything unless it has exceeded my expectations.


I found this little gem after extensive research and very glad i have come across this lovely restaurant, our company decided to host our NHS private dinner on the 15th May.

The communication with the staff was great they had helped with every little thing from start to finish, the tasting session was amazing the wine was superb, and the atmosphere and decor of the restaurant i cant fault.

The evening of the dinner staff were attentive on point smiling and always helpful, the downstairs dining area was laid out exactly how we wanted.

all on all our guest and sponsor and staff had such a great evening that they didn't want to leave and wanted to stay for more drinks.

All the feedback about the restaurant and the food has only been positive ones.


Everything about this restaurant was amazing!!!


I now have a restaurant where i can keep on going back to for our private dinner events.


A big Thank You to all the staff on the night.


Rani B


Arthur S

Have been back numerous times and thought it was time to write a review. The food was delicious each time, last time I ordered the burger which was genuinely incredible. The atmosphere in the evenings when there's people around is amazing. The service is friendly. It's certainly not your typical Shoreditch restaurant, and although, depending on what you order, can be expensive, its worth every penny. 

Rafe S

The jones family project, a recently opened restaurant and bar in shoreditch is a great revelation and night out! The food is amazing and the atmosphere is warm, friendly and and very welcoming. The review got it completely wrong and I would hugely recommend the JFP to everyone who is looking for a good meal with a nice atmosphere!

James H

I heartily disagree with the review above.  I have been to Jones FP 3 times and the food gets better and better.  I can only assume the reviewer arrived very early in the evening when the restaurant was empty and it was an off night.  It looks like it was maybe shortly after the restaurant opened.   Anyway which way  the burger was literally the best burger I've ever had anywhere.  Perfectly cooked and a taste that lodges in your memory.  I will definitely be back. 

Kate J

Sad to say I agree with this reviewer. I had high hopes for this restaurant and while I can't fault the service, I can firmly say I won't be back. First off, the atmosphere was lacking. Empty bar, empty tables, but most unforgivingly, it was far too bright for a Saturday night dinner. Felt more like a pub lunch. The food was equally unimpressive. The salmon I ordered was badly overcooked, and sitting on a pile of green mush (aubergine?). It was completely flavourless, until I remembered that it cost £17 (!!) at which point it tasted pretty bitter. A meal for 2 (no dessert) cost £85. We left the restaurant feeling like we'd been had, which is never pleasant. In an area that has TONS of great places to eat, this one won't last. You can walk 30 seconds down the road to Merchants Tavern which has Michelin star quality food for similar prices. Don't waste your money here.

Jack

Just had dinner at JFP and I've got to say these guys know how to cook a steak! It really was perfect. We had two prime ribs to share between four, the whole potato menu and one of each sides...what a feast! As if I wasn't full enough, I thought I'd stretch my belly to it's limits and have the tiramisu. Also super tasty. Not your run of the mill Shoreditch haunt, it's not cheap. But the for the quality, service and vibe it's more than good value. They even have their own lager..I'm going to be back..a lot!

Lucie Barnes

Perfect spot for a cheeky date! The downstairs restaurant is intimate and cosy. Steak was amazing, cocktails hit the spot and staff couldn't have been friendlier! I'll definitely be back..this is one to watch!

Emma Hadley

It's a shame that this review only gave The Jones Family Project (JFP) 2 stars. I have been on a number of occasions and the food gets better and better. I had the oxtail burger recently and it was the most delicious, moist burger I had ever eaten. I prefer medium rare but was willing to try something different and I am glad I did. I do agree that it might be trying to cater to too many tastes with so many different international cuisines but it's a new restaurant and I think it is still finding its feet. The lunches are great and what they can do with eggs on the weekend is not to be missed. The wine selection is strong, maybe a bit too long. The Picpoul de Pinet and the Secco valpolicella Valpantena were very nice. I would say bear with it.