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The Jones Family Project, London

78 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3JL, UK
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4 Star Rating
11 January 2016The Jones Family ProjectTags: London, UK, Modern European reviewsThe Bill: £62 per head
 

The Jones Family Project is located in Shoreditch just a few steps from Old Street Station. We visited in their opening period and had such a wonderful experience, we were keen to revisit and see how things had progressed.

Upon arrival we were escorted downstairs to our table, the restaurant on the lower level covers a large area and is separated into different areas. Each area is nicely designed and creates a fun and warm atmosphere, the service is super-friendly, and the food remains just as impressive as our previous visit.

We started our evening with two glasses of NV Gonet-Medeville Tradition Premier Cru Brut. A lively and fruity champagne, a great way to start our evening.

To begin, we ordered the Tomato and Cheese Risotto Cakes, with Almond, and a Basil and Tomato Pesto. This dish offered a wonderful combination of flavours. We also sampled the Cornish Crab, with Avocado Sauce and Crostini. The Crab was delicious, another impressive dish and of course we were keen to sample more.

"The Jones Family Project provides a faultless evening of fine food and service."

For our main course, we ordered the 250g Fillet with Chimichurri Sauce, the Fillet was absolutely divine and cooked perfectly. We also sampled the 350g Rib Eye with Porcini and Truffle Butter. Both of the steaks were dry-aged for a minimum of 28 days, giving them an incredible depth of flavour and maturity. We added sides of Wilted Spinach, Creamy Mash, and Sweet Harrissa Spiced Roasted Squash with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds, each side was meticulously prepared and delivered exceptional flavour.

To complete our dining experience, we shared Anna’s Triple Chocolate Brownie with Coconut Sorbet and Salted Caramel Sauce. A rich dessert, but incredibly satisfying and we enjoyed every mouthful.

Our chosen wine for the evening was a 2010, Chateau Vielle Tour la Rose, Saint-Emilion, France. A lovely velvety red, with a complex floral aroma.

Once again we had a wonderful evening, every dish was on-point, as was the service. We wouldn’t hesitate to return again in the future.

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