Jones & Sons is not a concept, it is not a trend, it is not a fad.
It’s a believer in tradition – a classic British café and restaurant open all day with a good choice of carefully sourced and prepared food.
A place for the more discerning Dalston diner to meet, eat, drink and relax.
Housed in the former home of the Arcola Theatre, an old Victorian textile factory no less, Jones & Sons offer up quality, well-made British food. Be that a sit down meal or a lunch grabbed from the deli counter at the bar.
“Whatever happened to just going out for a good meal?” is the question posed by the brains behind the new venue. “Whilst we are spoilt for choice in terms of good specialist restaurants, sometimes we don’t want to decide whether we want a burger, sharing plates, chicken or steak before choosing where to eat.”
Coffee comes from Monmouth and is served by baristas trained by coffee maven Tim Williams (from a vintage Faema machine that has to be seen for its beauty to be truly appreciated).
All their meat comes from local Well Street Butchers and is cooked to perfection on the imposing char-grill, centrepiece of the open kitchen. Steaks are thick, veggies are well catered for and the bar snacks are classic. All ales, bar the black stuff, are London brewed and include Meantime, uber-local Beavertown Brews from Duke’s Brew & Que, who you know we already love! and The Kernel.
Jones & Sons is open daily from 9am-3pm for breakfast, brunch, lunch and takeaways from the deli. Dinner is served 6-10pm (6-11pm Friday & Saturday). Drinks, snacks and chat are available all day.