The word Jamon, pronounced “yamon”, means ham in Spanish, and if there is one thing the Spanish are crazy about, it is good Jamon. In Spain, Jamons are traditionally made in local family farmhouses. Each house has its own curing room or camara where the Jamons are hung to mature. Such is the rivalry in these local villages that it is not unknown for at least one family member to be left at home at all times just to guard the Jamons. But why Jamon Jamon? Well, in Spain, if something is good, then two of it must be superb, and the call Jamon Jamon has come to mean just this in the colloquial Spanish dialect.
Food was excellent, house wine (Rioja) very acceptable and reasonable price, good atmosphere and service. Overall a very enjoyable experience, we will go there again!
Great food and especially the sangria!! Highly recommend for dates and other group parties. The tapas are of great proportions so are perfect for sharing! And obviously the buy one get one free jug of sangria...
Everything about Jamon Jamon cannot be faulted. The service is fantastic, the food and sangria both great - try the meat platter and the cheesecake. We’ll be back soon.