The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

I’m back! It’s been a long time, and I’ve neglected my little bit of the internet for one of the hardest and most heartbreaking months I’ve ever had. But I’m so glad to be getting back into the swing of things – and what better way to do that than a post about BRUNCH!

The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch
The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

The Jones Family Project has been one of those places that since I first heard it mentioned, it seems to have been mentioned about a million times since, either recommended to me by friends of friends or popping up on other blogs. Located right across from the Hoxton Hotel, it’s in a great location for a quick bite before scouring all that Shoreditch has to offer (I got a fabulous hat and leather skirt from the The Vintage Store close by, as well as a great deal on a light pink skater skirt from the American Apparel sale rack down the road).

Spring had just sprung when we popped in – we’d reserved a table for quarter to eleven – but we didn’t really need to, though it did begin to fill up as we left. The venue itself is really light, and on-trend, too.

The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch
The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

After our morning mimosas, my brunch date ordered the eggs benedict, which looked amazing (and got her seal of approval).

Eggs Benedict, The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

I opted for the Jones baked eggs – two free-ranged eggs served in a terracotta pan, but without the toasted bread (which arrived anyway). I went for the baked eggs with chorizo, peppers, red onions, white wine, potatoes, tomatoes and rosemary. The dish was very Iberian – it had a distinct Spanish/Portuguese flavour to it, and was really delicious – the combination of the baked eggs with the chorizo was divine.

Chorizo Baked Eggs, The Jones Family Project, ShoreditchChorizo Baked Eggs, The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

The cocktail menu, as well as the bar snack and lunch selection also looks really appetising – and with such a great location Jones Family Project looks like it would be great place to go slightly later in the day too.

My brunch, including mimosa, tea, and the eggs came to around £20, which is pretty standard given that you are paying for the location.

Jones Family Project is located 78 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3JL.

4 Stars (4 / 5)

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  • Wowee, that looks delicious… I’m seriously salivating over your photography!

    • erin.niimi

      Thank you Jessica! I’m still salivating over those eggs too….

  • I wish I lived in London. The brunch looks amazing – baked eggs and chorizo 🙂 yum

    • erin.niimi

      If you are ever in the shoreditch area you should go! Or why not try to make it at home, might not be too hard and save you the travel expense 🙂 x

  • I wrote about here a while ago but haven’t been back for brunch yet, after seeing those eggs I am thinking I should. Love the fact that you are back on the land of the internet.

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    • erin.niimi

      I have to check your post out! Did you go for dinner and drinks? And thank you, it’s good to be back 🙂