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REVIEW: Bottomless Brunch, The Jam Tree, Chelsea

REVIEW: Bottomless Brunch, The Jam Tree, Chelsea

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Having never visited The Jam Tree in Chelsea, we already felt like we knew the place (any Made In Chelsea fan will recognise this regular haunt of Caggie, Millie, and co). This notion was only backed up by a visit to the website, which presents you with a Google map of the interior.

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Green foliage, bright pop art and brass lamps above the well-stocked bar give a laid-back, hotch-potch feel, but its the well-to-do clientele who add an air of quiet sophistication.

Many are here for the bottomless brunch, a variety of classic dishes served 12-3pm at weekends (though if you ask nicely, staff will incorporate the Sunday roasts too).

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For £15 you can scarf unlimited Prosecco alongside your Eggs Florentine or Western campfire-side feast the Cowboy Breakfast, a hangover-crushing mountain of sticky baby back ribs, pulled pork, Boston baked beans and potato hash.

We tried the rolled pork roast and British beef, served with a giant Yorkshire pud, huge bowl of roasties, mashed carrots, cauliflower cheese, parsnips and buttered cabbage – a large portion, enjoyed slowly with several glasses of bubbly.

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Morning or afternoon, this is highly pleasant place to while away the hours, the delights of the King’s road a healthy half hour’s walk away. Perfect for a tipsy Sunday shopping spree (we headed straight for Anthropologie, oops) we’d recommend The Jam Tree in a heartbeat. And when that mission’s accomplished, there’s always the Clapham branch


Address: 541 King’s Road, Chelsea, London, SW6 2EB  

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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