Jones and Sons is one of Hackney's newest additions to London's continuing revival of great British cooking. It describes itself as a "classic British cafe, bar and restaurant. It talks about how meat... Read More
Jones and Sons is one of Hackney's newest additions to London's continuing revival of great British cooking. It describes itself as a "classic British cafe, bar and restaurant. It talks about how meat comes from the local Well Street (another trendy street in Hackney) butchers, how beers also come from London micro breweries and some of the ingredients and flavours on the menu are undeniably British. Oysters from the East coast anyone? However, this being Britain in 2013, the influences also come thick and fast from Europe, Australia and the US too.But sitting alongside those delights are parsnips, wood pigeon, beetroot, horse radish and cured salmon. For meat lovers, the char grill is the centre piece of the kitchen, which is placed where the old stage was formerly, proving that cooking is an art which has come to be elevated in Britain like no other. The whole place has space for fifty covers, and aims to contribute to the local community spirit by offering a haven away from the bustle of nightlife on nearby Kingsland Road, where you can come, unwind, have a drink and partake in some seriously comforting and tasty food.
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