Jamies Tudor Street

3.1
10 reviews
£25 and under
Contemporary British
***Due to coronavirus we have closed due to the circumstances. We look forward to welcoming you back soon.***

Just a short walk from Blackfriars Station, Jamies Wine Bar is tucked away at the end of Tudor Street. Featuring a large restaurant and bar area, you can expect the popular Jamies style menu featuring a range of sandwiches and hot main courses at lunch as well as a range of sharing platters and nibbles in the evening. As always, a delicious wine list awaits you and Jamies also offers a selection of beers including draft IPA and spirits. Jamies Blackfriars has a number of areas available for hire in the evening.
We have offers including:
Happy Hour 4pm- close: £20 bottle of prosecco, £3.95 pint of Amstel & 2 FOR £10 Long Island Ice Teas
STEAK OUT WEDNESDAYS: Enjoy a 6oz Ribeye steak with thyme and garlic roasted tomato, roasted portobello road mushroom, peppercorn sauce and chunky chips with 175ml of Outnumbered Malbec for £18
FREE DRINK with any burger or salad ordered.
What 10 People Are Saying
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3.1based on all time ratings
2.9
food
3.1
service
2.9
ambience
3.1
value
Noise · Moderate
60% of people would recommend it to a friend
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Pockers
Manchester
26 reviews
Dined on 13 February 2020
Overall3food3service4ambience4

A small but bustling venue in a traditional pub type setting. Very limited evening menu though - no mains - just burgers and small plates.

However the food was good and hot and there were nice wines on offer. Food was priced well for london - 4 small plates £20 which was enough for 2 people.

Jamies Tudor Street
Responded on 18 February 2020

Thanks for your review! We are glad you enjoyed the food and wine offers available in the evening and would love you to pop by one lunch time to try our eztensive lunch menu!

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NiklasS
1 review
Dined on 5 February 2019
Overall1food1service2ambience2

Probably ok for a drink, but food was simply awful. I was fooled as a tourist, I thought this had something to do with Jamie Oliver. My bad. But the menu advertised on the webpage didn't exist, so all I could eat was some frozen, awful small dishes accompanied with sauces probably from nearby Tesco. Bad taste, bad texture, bad quality. Avoid.

Jamies Tudor Street
Responded on 20 February 2019

Hi Niklas,Sorry to hear of your experience at Jamies Tudor Street. We spend a lot of time making sure our food is of high quality so to hear of your disappointment on this occasion is something we take seriously. All dishes are prepared fresh on site and sourced from trusted suppliers. I'm confident if you gave us another chance we would change your mind! Lunch for you and a guest would be on us and we'll even throw in a drink on the house for your trouble. Please contact the venue directly.

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OpenTable Diner
Kent
1 review
Dined on 2 January 2017
Overall1food1service1ambience1

The restaurant was closed on 2nd January. Why did the website allow me to book it ? A waste of time going there and then going off to find somewhere that was open.

Diana Reese

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GGGGGG
London
18 reviews
Dined on 18 November 2016
Overall4food3service3ambience3

Good recommend for local pub around Temple and Blackfriars tube station.

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vipbobb
Warwickshire
204 reviews
Dined on 30 August 2016
Overall3food3service4ambience3

We were in the area and just fancied a small lunch. We had a shating platter and it was OK - nice quality, if a little small. The staff were efficient and friendly. I guess I'd visit again if I were in the area, but the menu is a little dull. Oh, and the wifi didn;t work, whcih was a rea shame for a business lunch - and it is in the basement. Still, they did apologise and hence we were warned. So, nothin special but perfectly OK

CC
CC2014
London
6 reviews
Dined on 11 August 2016
Overall3food2service3ambience3

Very basic bar food but nice service. Good for a night out with friends.

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Kchalm
London
2 reviews
Dined on 11 December 2015
Overall3food3service1ambience3

We were already in the area when it was cancelled and couldn't find another table. Maybe there was a problem with the system but left us hungry! Would still love to try it some time

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vipPaul
London
69 reviews
Dined on 9 July 2014
Overall4food4service4ambience3

Jamies was a good please to meet a business contact. Friendly service and food was quickly served.

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OpenTable Diner
London
2 reviews
Dined on 8 May 2014
Overall1food1service1ambience1

My office had just moved to the area and so I thought I would try this local restaurant with colleagues and clients. I definitely would not return. The food was very poor quality - my sausages were undercooked and rubbery, other people's pasta had very little sauce and the fish and chips were tiny. We had to ask several times for sauces and parmesan and then when we had finished our meals the waitress sprayed down the table with disenfectant, splashing people's shirts and ties without apology. All round dreadful experience.

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HungryMan
London
14 reviews
Dined on 10 April 2013
Overall1food1service2ambience1

The food here was terrible. The atmosphere was like a Yates/Wetherspoons but the food was worse! I had a rump steak that was more gristle than beef. Go here for a pint of Fosters after work but don't go near the food.

FAQs

Jamies Tudor Street does offer delivery in partnership with Deliveroo.

Jamies Tudor Street is rated 3.1 stars by 10 OpenTable diners.

Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting bookings at the moment.