Having heard great things about Jam Cafe, I was excited to be invited out for lunch with some family members there one Monday. We arrived just after 1 p.m. and the restaurant was still almost full after the lunch rush; we were lucky to grab the last table!
The server was very attentive and quick to bring us coffee. After purusing the menu, we ordered a Classic Eggs Benedict (poached medium), The Gravy Coupe (“a buttermilk biscuit topped with fried chicken, two sunny side up eggs and our house sausage gravy”), Mac n’ Cheese Grilled Cheese (“macaroni, cheddar cheese, tomato jam on sourdough” and ordered with Sweet Potato Fries) as well as the Mulligatawny soup.
The restaurant was packed and we did have a bit of a wait before the food arrived, but it was well worth it.
The classic eggs benny was delicious and came with a serving of grated hashbrowns made into a patty. The Gravy Coupe was surprisingly huge, and was a tasty combo of southern cooking and looked just as it was described on the menu.
The Mac n’ Cheese Grilled Cheese had the mac n’ cheese actually grilled into the grilled cheese, comfort food at it’s best! The tomato jam was also a really yummy touch. Finally, the Mulligatawny soup arrived at our table piping hot with a biscuit and multi-berry jam that is handmade by the owner’s mother.
Our experience at Jam Cafe was great and this restaurant could easily become one of my go-to breakfast joints. I wholeheartedly recommend Jam Cafe!