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Jackson + Rye - Soho

Soho · American · ££££
551 Reviews

About Jackson + Rye - Soho

Jackson + Rye Brasserie may sound like the sort of comedy duo that once trod the hallowed boards of Soho, but instead of ranking them alongside Morecambe & Wise, Little & Large, Cannon & Ball and the like, instead you might put them up there with some of the best New York City-style brasseries in the West End theatre district. They offer a style from the US of A that is lesser seen in London, with a menu based on sophisticated classics, steakhouse favourites, BBQ and burgers, as well as brunch and breakfast dishes to savour. The restaurant specialises in American and French brasserie dishes, so you’re in for a real treat here – the combo makes for a really unique experience. Book a table at Jackson + Rye Brasserie and set a course for Wardour Street to try everything that they have to offer.

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Jackson + Rye - Soho
56 Wardour Street, Soho
London W1D 4JG

Opening Times

Closed today
8:00 am - 11:30 pm
8:00 am - 12:30 am
8:00 am - 12:30 am
9:00 am - 12:30 am
9:00 am - 10:30 pm
8:00 am - 11:30 pm
8:00 am - 11:30 pm

Chef's Choice



Brisket Croquettes

horseradish, crème fraîche and pickled red cabbage

Beef Carpaccio

seared fillet, walnut and celery salsa, garlic aioli and shaved Parmesan

Jumbo Shrimp

succulent shrimp with American cocktail sauce 1/2 dozen



Well marbled, thin texture and delicate flavour. Recommended medium to rare

Seabass Fillets

samphire, brown shrimps and crab butter

King Prawn Linguine

courgette, capers, garlic, chili and rocket


Chocolate Fondant

warm chocolate fondant and salted caramel ice-cream

Melting Chocolate Sundae

vanilla ice cream, chocolate brownie with butterscotch sauce

Fine Apple Tart

crisp puff pastry with layered sliced apple and calvados ice-cream

Menu (General)

J + R Breakfast Menu

Every Day - All Day

J + R Drinks Menu

Every Day - All Day

J + R Main Menu

Every Day - All Day

J + R Dessert Menu

Every Day - All Day

J + R Brunch Menu

Every Day - All Day

J + R Pre Theatre Menu

Every Day - All Day
Having a party?

Organising a party? Want to stay longer? Have a special request?

Further Information

The scope of restaurants in London continues to grow and grow, as indeed, does the trend towards the flavours of the 50 states among the foodies of the city. At the forefront of this wave one can find Jackson + Rye Brasserie on Wardour Street in Soho, where from the morning to the evening, one can find American classics on offer. Arrive early for a proper Yankee breakfast – eggs done how you like them, buttermilk pancakes, bagels and more – come for brunch on the weekend, or swing by later for an extensive menu of French and American brasserie dishes that are classy in an approachable way, just like you might find in a New York City restaurant or French bistro.

You may have noticed that Jackson + Rye Brasserie has changed things up a bit. With a newly designed bar taking centre stage in the middle of the restaurant and new leather seating. The New York brasserie feel gives the restaurant a buzzy vibe and the menu features some changes, too. Pre-theatre in Soho is always a big deal, and for those who head into this part of London for a big night out with some tasty French specialities or hearty American, the full repertoire of the a la carte menu is available. The new menu is a combination of the best of French and American brasserie dishes, and thankfully for regulars, there are still dishes off the old menu, too. Take the beef carpaccio with walnut and celery salsa, garlic aioli and shaved Parmesan, then decide between the famous king prawn linguine or bavette steak. Wash it all down with a special cocktail, a bottle of imported American beer or a glass of wine from the restaurant’s handpicked selection. Whether you take a trip into the heart of London’s Soho for a lunch with your colleagues, a pre-theatre meal or a full evening sitting, you can do far worse than Jackson + Rye Brasserie on Wardour Street to get your fixings.

551 Jackson + Rye - Soho Reviews

imgMorgan F.3 days ago · 1 review

Great! The atmosphere is lovely, the staff were very attentive and the food was excellent. Will definitely go back for dinner and drinks (or just more pancakes!).

Ruth G.7 days ago · 1 review

We dined pre-theatre and had a great experience here! Lovely genuine staff, good food and extremely fair price on the pre-theatre menu. Would definitely return!

David R.11 days ago · 1 review

We had an excellent breakfast. The food was hot and delicious. The service was fast and attentive. Overall I would recommend it highly for a Saturday morning brunch. Many thanks.

Caroline T.12 days ago · 1 review

We had a fantastic evening, all the staff were so friendly and helpful. The food was amazing, superb steaks and a pitcher of beer - great find!

Carolina M.a year ago · 1 review

This was probably my fifth or sixth time at this restaurant... if not more, so I'd say I like this place quite a bit. I find it very difficult to find a good American brunch place in London and Jackson + Rye ticks most of the boxes - the food is very good, the place has a good vibe and for most of the time, the service is fine. Unfortunately, today was a bit of an exception. We ordered an appetiser and two salads for mains. The food took forever to come, and when it did, it was all at once. Food was delicious as usual - the polenta hushpopies were a creamy delight and the ricotta and avocado salad was probably a touch more acidic than usual, but nothing that would make it inedible. After we were done eating, we ordered a couple of macchiatos. Twenty minutes later and my caffeine addiction still hadn't been satisfied. I asked the waitress for our coffees and she goes to the bar and comes back with one large coffee. I explain we had ordered two macchiatos and she said there weren't clean cups to fulfill our order, which was very odd. She asks whether we wanted to wait or cancel the order and we chose the latter. We then try to call any waiter's attention to order the check with no luck. Miraculously, somebody brings over our two macchiatos. We then have to wait another 15 minutes for somebody to look at us and ask for the check. I took my card to pay right away, but I had to wait another ten minutes for somebody to come with a machine. I really do like this restaurant, but I feel like over time the quality in service has decreased which has made me a little bit hesitant about recommending it to people. I do feel bad for the waiters as I think the restaurant is very understaffed and they end up with the brunt of it. However, as a customer I've grown increasingly dissatisfied with how I was served at Jackson + Rye. They should definitely look into hiring a few more people to take care of the demand.

Ray C.a year ago · 2 reviews

Met a friend for lunch at J and R. Surprised to find the restaurant only half full at 13.30. But no matter, we ordered drinks, a spritzer and a bloody mary. The Bloody Mary was served in a half pint mug and was a little watery for my liking. Perhaps just too much ice as it was spicy and pleasant. I ordered crispy chorizo and prawns as a starter, my friend did not want a starter. We both ordered burgers, with different accompaments. Problem was we seemed to wait ages for the food - even though the place had not got any busier. Then the food arrived - but all together - starter and mains! So the mains were returned and we were assured that they would be re-cooked, not re-heated. The prawns/chorizo dish was excellent - although only four for £7.50. The burgers were also excellent, served with gherkin, tomato, lettuce, onion, mayo and fries. I ordered a glass of Cote du Rhone, which was certainly not Cote du Rhone. When i asked for a second glass and pointed out that i did n ot believe the first glass was Cote du Rhone, they apologised and then brought what almost certainly Was Cote du Rhone. Maybe they thought i would not know the difference!?? Service was a bit inconsistent, and niggly things like the food all arriving at once and the wine issue clouded things a bit. But for all that, the food was very good. Would go back, but would hope the service would improve.

Louise M.a year ago · 1 review

This was our first visit at Jackson + Rye in Soho, which we have chosen for a meal before heading to Ronnie Scotts. It's probably fair to say we were unlucky with the waiter - his manner was brisk, he didn't know the menu (or that there was an extended list of drinks) and did not fully advise us on dishes we were ordering! They have run out of one of the whisky's listed on the main menu and decaff coffee. However, the food and cocktails were delicious, we really liked the ambient and we had a nice time overall.

Lucy S.3 months ago · 3 reviews

Came for brunch with two friends, we were seated upstairs in the main body of the restaurant. Our waiter was friendly but quite forgetful and slow - we had to keep asking him for very simple things (i.e. tap water or condiments) and he seemed sort of confused when we asked him again, like we hadn't already. The restaurant was not particularly busy so I'm not sure why some things took so long. The food was good but not as good as when I came before. I had the eggs benedict this time, which were not very warm and were quite expensive given the size of the portion - the banana pancakes I had last time were much better. I also had the maple slab bacon which was not warm enough either. The coffee, like last time, was of good quality but was also not warm enough. I would come here again because I know it can be better than this, but I will definitely ask for my coffee to be hotter!

Rachele D.a year ago · 2 reviews

My friend and I went to Jackson + Rye for Saturday brunch. Great service all round the clock! Delicious caramelized banana pancakes, those are a must have, my friend really enjoyed her avocado eggs. Only thing that could have been better was the farmers' breakfast plate: needed a little more work on the meat pattie. Overall, highly recommended and will definitely go back again soon!

Lesley W.a year ago · 1 review

The Maître d' (or the lady who showed us to our table!) 10/10 - my father who is blind in one eye and has a heavy limp was about to start the stairs to go to the toilet - but she intervened and VERY kindly and gracefully led him to the disabled toilet - and not only that, she waited for him to lead him back to our table. The best service we have ever experienced. Thank you. The rest of the team were very friendly and helpful and the food was all that we hoped and good value for money.

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