Jago Food

Southern European and Ashkenazi cuisine

Dishes are loosely based on Jewish cooking from the Middle East and Europe. Loosely, as a ‘Russian salad’ wouldn’t be recognised by its creator, Belgian chef Lucien Olivier, or many of his antecedents. Instead, whole green beans, large chunks of carrot, peas and potatoes were very lightly dressed with mayonnaise, and all the better for it.

The best dish was a veal cheek goulash, served with orzo and a green harissa topping; full-flavoured meat, well-spiced with paprika. Other dishes were lacklustre. Under-grilled fennel let down one offering; a heaped plate of lentils was too monotonous in another — Guy Dimond

1 review

  1. Really cool and surprisingly affordable

    I took my girlfriend to Jago for her birthday on a colleague’s recommendation and it was a great evening. The space itself is really cool and the service was friendly and accommodating. The food was excellent and surprisingly affordable considering the location and quality of the restaurant as a whole.

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Hanbury Street 80
London E1 5JL Gt Lon GB
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Monday to Friday 8am — 10.30pm Saturday 12pm — 10.30pm