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The Jam House Edinburgh

5 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JE 0131 344 0042

((((* Scottish
  •  - Edinburgh
  •  - Edinburgh
  •  - Edinburgh
  •  - Edinburgh
  •  - Edinburgh
  •  - Edinburgh
  •  - Edinburgh
Main course: £14
Food spend: £28
Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: Exclusive daytime hire. Sunday to Thursday: Exclsuive evening hire. Friday: 18:30 - 03:00. Saturday: 18:00 - 03:00.

A unique venture from music maestro Jools Holland, The Jam House Edinburgh blends fine dining and soulful jazz music. Within a grand historic setting, the spacious mezzanine dining area overlooks the main stage.

An elegant selection from The Jam House menu presents refined European flavours. Accessible fine dining options include a rich duck ravioli with a quail egg centre, or roasted fillet of salmon served with a robust Bloody Mary sorbet.

Alongside some crowd-pleasing house blends, intensely aromatic bottles make for a delightfully eclectic wine list at The Jam House Edinburgh. With a trendy vibe, The Jam House restaurant blends a lively atmosphere and gourmet cuisine. Diners can bask in the dining room and enjoy smooth jazz, or dance until the early hours.

Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station sits 10 minutes’ walk from The Jam House. A smart casual dress code is respectfully requested, and an over-21 policy applies.

The Jam House Edinburgh

5 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JE

Contact +44 1312264380
Reservations 0131 344 0042

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Customer reviews for The Jam House Edinburgh

4.1 ((((* (based on 8 reviews)
75% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • ((((* 10 June 2012 by chrissy from livingston

    evening meal, good idea to book a table as you get seats for the night! food choice was a bit different, above average quality. music was good and not overly loud so we could still talk without shouting all the time. first time here and would go again.

  • ((((* 31 March 2012 by Anonymous from Edinburgh

    Extremely grateful for still allowing us to dine despite being about 40 mins late for our reservation, still made to feel very welcome. Table initially booked for 6.30pm. Food (chicken and Salmon) was succulent and tasty. The dining furniture is hard/cold and not very comfortable, but all is is very good and staff very friendly and attentive.

  • (((** 31 March 2012 by Keason from Fife

    We dined courtesy[@]so the value for money was excellent in that we paid less than half price. We arranged for an early evening booking and the staff initially were very helpful when we arrived early - no problem and they showed us to the table.We ordered two glasses of wine (which came with the "deal") and a bottle of wine; then our meal order. Starter was very good but I had the lamb for the main course which was very fatty and not very much meat.My husband had the fish which he said was excellent.After being served our meal no member of staff came to check if everything was ok,although the restaurant wasn't busy, and the bottle of wine never arrived! Would be reluctant to return.

  • ((((( 16 February 2012 by Lyndiloo from Edinburgh

    Valentine's evening meal was a real treat. Gourmet food and great choice of wine. Very rich overall - suited us, though! Live music added the ambience.

  • ((((( 25 September 2011 by Tina from edinburgh

    Visited the Jamhouse for the first time about a year ago with my boy at the time, he proposed to me that night, right there at the table! It was Magical! The staff made us feel So special, had a fantastic night. Love going back for nights out and pointing out to my friends where it all happened. Will Never ever forget it, thank you Jamhouse xXx

  • ((*** 11 September 2011 by Disgruntled Patron from Edinburgh

    Time of day 21.30 hrs. Soup watery and lacked flavour. Gammon 25% fat round meat and looked more like Braising Steak with no flavour. Salad very cold and seemed fresh out of fridge. Potatoes in salad too cold to eat. Had to ask for potatoes ordered with meal and received them when finished rest of food. House wine poor. Final bill was charged for 2 bottles of wine and 2 bottles of water instead of 1 wine and 1 water. Definitely not value for money.

  • ((((( 31 August 2011 by Bazza and Gill from Edinburgh

    I really pleasent experience. My girlfriend visited The Jam House in Birmingham the previous weekend and she thought the venue was wonderful. The meal was well presented and the taste was excellent.

  • ((((( 10 August 2011 by Sharon from Glasgow

    I live out of Edinburgh but visit frequently and always the best place for a evening out with the ladies is The Jam House on Queen Street. It is so central, only a 5 minute stroll from Waverley Train Station and we are always welcomed by friendly attentive staff. We have dined at the venue serveral times and I would definitley recommend booking in to their restaurant if you can get a space (they are usually well booked in advance). The restaurant is upstairs which actually overlooks the stage and we were lucky enough to get to keep our table for the whole evening, so after dinner and some dancing we could return for a rest. The food and service are both excellent standards and definitley worth the price tag. Entertainment when we have went has been their house band 'The Flavours' who have always got the crowd dancing. Overall I would highly rate The Jam House and if you live in Edinburgh or visit you will be missing out if you do not book in.

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