138 Boundary Street
+61 7 3844 3395
The Jamjar is a place that you'd go once, fall heads over heels in love with that place, and keep going back. The first time I went to the Jamjar was about a month ago, and I was promised of a great breakfast (and experience). Boy, was that right- The first thing that hit you, when you walk to the back of the cafe was the Walls. The walls were so colourful, and every inch of wall space was sprayed with graffiti. A quick look around the Jamjar and you can see that the backyard/shed was so quirkily done up, it seems like random furniture were bought and put together. It certainly doesn't seem like your average breakfast place, but the Jamiar, isn't by any means, average. Good looking food, sells, and the Jamjar knows that- Each time the waiter brought plates of food into the shed, people would be looking at the different dishes and you could see that everyone was enthralled. This is what eating out, what good food, is about. Looks good at first glance, creates a conversation topic, and when it is tasted, creates a flurry of excitement around the table.
Looking at my cup of coffee; you know that your day would be instantly better, and the Jam Jar has one of the best coffees around; This time round, I had the-
I was brought to the Jamjar by a friend (thanks Jen!), and this time round, bringing Junki & Mayu to the Jamjar was just so, satisfying, for a lack of better word. To see their faces when they stepped into the backyard, and to see their faces and they saw their food, was one of those, warm feeling in the pit of your stomach moments. You, there, reading this post; and if you're in Brisbane, you definitely, have to bring a friend or friends, to this place.
Definitely one of the must dos, while you're at West End.