About Jamon Jamon Soho
Isn’t it about time you indulged yourself? What better way to indulge than with tapas, tapas and more tapas! Soho’s Jamon Jamon on Charing Cross Road just so happens to know how to make tapas very, very well. The menu is extensive at this Spanish eatery and is suitable for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. Featuring a dimly lit, welcoming interior, perfectly suitable for a date or a night with friends, you’ll never want to leave this beloved Soho restaurant.
- Monday 12:00 - 23:30
- Tuesday 12:00 - 23:30
- Wednesday 12:00 - 23:30
- Thursday 12:00 - 23:30
- Friday 12:00 - 23:30
- Saturday 12:00 - 17:00, 21:00 - 23:30
- Sunday 12:00 - 23:30
If you’ve been wondering what all the hype surrounding Soho’s Jamon Jamon is about, it’s about time that you come in and see – and taste – for yourself. The sophisticated yet comfortable ambience, the exceptionally friendly staff and the extensive wine and cocktail menus serve to impress even before the food arrives. Featuring the best Spanish wines, hand-selected by Jamon Jamon’s perfectionist owners, this tapas eatery settles for nothing less than excellence. Though you’ll surely love the drinks and ambience, the shining star of Jamon Jamon Soho is, you guessed it, tapas! Vegetarians and omnivores alike go crazy for the queso con miel – fried goat’s cheese with orange honey – and the various cheese boards, perfect for sharing with a big group. The gambas a la plancha – grilled prawns cooked with olive oil and garlic – are beloved by seafood lovers, and the various breads on offer delight everyone in attendance. Cleanse your palate and forget your troubles with a mojito or three, then order yourself more tapas. With its location on Charing Cross Road, you’ll easily reach this Soho hotspot with the tube, and believe us, you’ll want to visit again and again!
Great food, and I couldn't praise the staff enough! Already thinking about our next visit! :-) Lovely authentic Spanish feel, and Spanish employees which is always encouraging. Food was out on time, all very tasty and generous tapas portions too!
great food, friendly and nice staff, Spanish atmosphere. Definitely a place worth a visit. Tried mixed paella and it was superbe. Nothing to complaint about. Thank you!
Delicious food and great service from friendly staff. The wine was particularly amazing and went perfectly with the spices in the tapas dishes. Highly recommended
What a great restaurant in the heart of Soho outstanding food and faultless service thank you
Great tapas restaurant. We were a group of 3 people out for a birthday meal. The restaurant had a mix of meat dishes and vegetarian options (for my mum who's vegetarian). It was lovely being able to get a few dishes I had tried for the first time in Barcelona - like the pimentos del padron! We ordered a fair few dishes including the usual fare of Spanish tortilla and paella. The food was served quickly and was delicious. The portions were good for us - as we all shared everything. We went during a quiet lunch serviceThe restaurant was close to the main theatres near Shaftesbury avenue. The price was usual London prices - we ordered a little bit too much I would say, but there were so many things we wanted to try! I think 3 portions per person would be adequate - we ended up getting a paella on top, which I think was too much! Though we finished it all with a pitcher of Sangria!
As always,friendly service,delicious food,apart from one particular tapas dish which was done differently this time,the cod in alioli sauce,it is usually delicious,but on this particular day,(10.10.15),the cod was slightly underdone and lay on top of soggy mashed potato instead of sliced potatoes,please Jamon Jamon Soho chefs,revert back to the original recipe.
A little bit of an issue with the bill at the end. We had a tastecard and they said you can only use for a maximum of 5 free dishes (we had ordered 12, and the waitress failed to tell us this, although I think perhaps she didn't know the tastecard t and c's herself). Food was great, lovely atmosphere. Was quite quiet so turned up an hour before the table was booked and just enjoyed a beer. Would recommend, but if using a tastecard just ask them for conditions at first. Also there is a service charge!
Great tapas restaurant. I was there with a group for my birthday and our waiter, who I think was also the manager, couldn't do enough for us. The service wasn't that speedy as he seemed to be on his own but we were in no hurry so it was no problem at all. We ended up staying all afternoon and felt absolutely no pressure even when we'd finished our dishes. The food, especially the tuna and cod, was very good and the portions were decent sized. Highly recommended for a fun lazy lunch with friends.
Overall very good. Staff were friendly, paella was excellent - very good size for 2 people. Not particularly keen on places that add the service charge automatically as in my opinion it is something that is earned and not assumed though. The one little detail worth mentioning is in the "special request" section on Quandoo I asked if the table could be in a quiet area, and we ended up right next to the door and it was loud when it got busy. But overall excellent, would come back.
Great food, vibrant atmosphere and friendly staff. Paella for 3 was plenty for 4 of us although we had 6 tapas dishes ahead of it (Paella has a 30-40 min wait, which is what I'd expect) Prices were reasonable and the white Rioja we chose went well with the food. We also arrived late due to the crazy time it takes a taxi to get around Soho but I'd telephoned ahead and our table was kept free - pretty good for an internet booking on a busy night!
Staff were extremely accommodating & nothing was too much bother.There was a mix up (probably our fault) on the drinks order & they took our word with the confusion & left the wrong drinks with us for free, and got us our intended drinks right away. A real 'Customer is always right' approach. Food was good. The waiter was kind enough to tell us that we might be over-ordering, & ultimately he was right, which we really appreciated. Very happy to return here!
We had booked a table at this restaurant quite some time ago because we were at the theatre nearby and we knew it was the Gay Pride March on the same day so Soho would be packed. It was very busy in the small courtyard outside but almost empty inside. Despite this, it still took almost 30 minutes to even get our drinks. Attracting the attention of the staff long took perseverance and wild gesticulations. On several occasions, we ordered drinks that didn't appear until we issued a reminder. So, service is terrible; what about the food? I'd say it was a little above average but a reasonable price and decent portions. Don't go in expecting a tour de force of spanish cooking. Expect basic, cooked to a budget but tasty enough, just.
We visited the soho branch on a bank holiday monday. We ordered 8 dishes, most of which were excellent. The prawn skewers were very average and the goats cheese as a bit rubbery. The lamb chops, the white baits, the cod , the octopus was lip smacking. The service was quite good as well, the 11 GBP service charge was a bit high but was okay considering we were on a groupon voucher. Will definately visit again.
Wonderful little tapas restaurant. Very friendly staff, beautiful food and the atmosphere was good too. I would highly recommend the grilled goats cheese with honey and orange to those of you who have a sweet/ savoury tooth :). My only suggestion would be to go when you've got a free evening ahead, it's more of a leisurely place. If you're heading out to a show, leave plenty of time. I will definitely be going again :)
The entire experience in Jamon Jamon was superb. The quality and quantiy of food was excellent, the service was second to none, the atmosphere was so friendly. I would and already have recommended this restaurant to many friends and colleagues. The final touch was the excellent bottle of wine that our waiter recommended . Do yourself a favour and bust this restaurant
Jamon Jamon Soho always serves delicious tapas and very refreshing Cava sangrias,and always with friendly service,unfortunately on this occasion,there was one table of four women,who were very loud and very noisy.
Nice place tucked away in a corner. Excellent food and friendly staff - Huge variety of tapas to choose from, and the pricing was fairly good. The paellas were delicious, and it took less then 40 min, for the paella to be served which was at the end of our meal. Thank you for seating us and taking care of us.
Food was great, but took one hour to arrive! We were told paella would take 30-40 minutes, as it's cooked to order, but it took 60-65 minutes. After 50 minutes we asked and the chef did come to us twice to apologise. When it arrived, the food was great, but we had to rush, left half of it on the plate, and then had to rush to the theatre where we arrived with one minute to spare. This was inconvenient, as we had visitors and had planned the evening for three months. I guess other people's experience of the restaurant on the night was different, as three rounds of people were served at the table behind us while we were there.
Easy to book online for a large group for a Friday evening. I've been there twice with my work colleagues and they loved the place. Good atmosphere and the food is great. I am Spanish and I can relate to most of the food I've tried there, not like in most "Spanish" restaurants in London! Staff are friendly. Thanks
Six of us went to the restaurant at Sunday lunchtime for a family meal. The staff were very helpful and assisted us to choose from the extensive Tapas menu. We chose 2 sharing platters and garlic bread as a starter followed by 2 tapas dishes each. The food was very good - hardly anything was left. Only my wife had room for a desert. We would certainly go again.