A gourmet restaurant with sleek contemporary furnishings and an enviable city centre location, Jam could easily content itself with being one of Liverpool’s very best casual fine-dining eateries. However, this new venue on Sir Thomas Street goes much further than that, offering hearty brunches, exquisite afternoon tea sets and sensational cocktails, all with the same eye for detail and dashes of creativity as their first-class dinner menu. Book a table now and head on into the city centre to try them out for yourself.
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Food was really gorgeous and 2 for £10 cocktails kept us there all night!!!
Jan is a lovely restaurant great for afternoon tea. We really enjoyed it
Roast dinner was great, we went on Mother’s Day and it was busy but the service was still really good. Friendly staff good atmosphere.
Jam has given Liverpool city centre something it has been missing – even if few may have felt the longing before it arrived. A very attractive contemporary venue in a recently refurbished building on Sir Thomas Street, Jam evolves from a buzzing brunch spot to a top-shelf teahouse to a gourmet restaurant to a stylish cocktail bar as the day wears on. Unlike other places that try to do it all, however, the quality of Jam’s food and service does not suffer from trying to be a jack of all trades – in fact, they are masters of all.
Each and every brunch dish at Jam on Sir Thomas Street is photo-worthy, from a colourful breakfast of eggs avocado to their lunch-worthy Asian duck breast salad topped with chilli, spring onion, cucumber, peanut, mixed leaves and honey dressing. Afternoon tea is a real treat here, and as you may have guessed they make probably Liverpool’s tastiest homemade jams, which star on scones arranged on tiered platters with just the right amount of kitsch but more cool. The gourmet dinner menu rolls out finely tuned contemporary creations like their salmon fishcakes with wholegrain mustard dressing, 8oz rump steak or the classic cottage pie. Jam is a superb addition to Liverpool city centre’s dining scene, and it’s already essential to book if you want to find out what the fuss is about.