Housed in a former textile factory in Dalston, Jones and Sons is the ideal spot for understated yet elegant food.

4000 sq ft of pure class, the restaurant is found in Stamford Works on Gillett Street, a meeting spot for designers and architects and it’s easy to see this in the décor of Jones and Sons. Mustard banquettes and exposed lighting rigs jostle with greenery and an expansive marble bar for an industrial-chic feel.

Head Chef Kieran Hope cut his teeth at esteemed East London institutions like Bistrotheque and Hix and uses his culinary skills to create hearty, delicious brunch. Be sure to try the wild mushrooms with truffle oil and a poached egg on sourdough or make it bottomless with their ‘On The Wagon’ and ‘Off the Wagon’ deals: a huge variety of brunch small plates are on offer ranging from pastries, waffles and pancakes to variations of eggs benedict and even a Full English (or a veggie version). Go the whole hog with a boozy version and get unlimited Bloody Mary, Buck’s Fizz, Prosecco or alcoholic iced tea.

The team at Jones and Sons champion the best of British food whilst drawing from foreign cuisines to create something unique. Their Sunday Lunch features classic roast combinations like a slow-roasted Hampshire pork belly with apple sauce or a Herefordshire rib eye with horseradish cream, but why not start off with more exotic fare such as ceviche, a soupy fish dish soaked in vodka and hibiscus.

Booking is essential as it’s usually packed to the rafters. Dalston Kingsland Station is right on your doorstep but why not make a day of it and check out the Arcola Theatre or Dalston Eastern Curve Garden.

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Brunch
Fri: 12pm - 3pm
Sat: 11am - 5pm
Sun: 11am - 3pm

Sunday Lunch
1pm - onwards

 

  • Gluten Free
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Bottomless Food
  • Bottomless Drinks
  • Brunch
  • Sunday Lunch
  • Groups
  • Private Dining
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Vegan options
  • Good Views
  • Luxury
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Disabled Access
  • Children Allowed
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