There are a few Jam Trees in London, but I hadn’t been to the one in Chelsea before or had their bottomless brunch. As to be expected from the location, The Jam Tree Chelsea was full of yummy mummies and people in their 20s with big groups of friends – most of whom were having the Bottomless Brunch.
The ‘bottomless’ part of the brunch is essentially an optional extra – the deal is that you order an item from the brunch menu, then for an additional £15 you can have unlimited prosecco.
What I really liked about the Jam Tree was that the bottle of prosecco was given to us on the table, so we weren’t waiting for the waiter to top us up at any point. Once we used up the first bottle, a second one was promptly brought to replace it.
I was feeling decadent/greedy so went for the Cowboy Breakfast as it was a bit unusual. Everything was really tasty and arrived promptly.
Due to its close proximity to Chelsea Football Stadium I expect on match days The Jam Tree Chelsea is pretty busy and has more of a bar feel but on a non-match day Saturday morning there wasn’t really anybody at the bar, so it had the feel of a relaxed restaurant.
The verdict: 6/10 Quick service, a decent brunch menu and leaving the bottle of the prosecco on the table make The Jam Tree Chelsea a must visit on the London Bottomless Brunch circuit.