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The venue staff and music was amazing but we arrived at 7 when it started to find an empty stage for about 2 hours, forcing us to linger around eventually getting quite bored, the main act only played for just under an hour too, left...More
We went to see a new band. Standing tickets good value. However only option for seat is restaurant and no tables were available. Book well ahead. Cloakroom available. Very dark especially route to cramped toilet. Extremely loud (non live) music and so impossible to talk....More
The venue is amazing , the quality of food and service is excellent , we were looked after by to to and he was the perfect host...
can't get better than this for food and entertainment and the cocktails were divine ..
I have visited Jazz Cafe on several occasions, one of which was at the restaurant upstairs, so I'll first review the venue itself and then the restaurant.
- Venue. I absolutely love this place and their programme, I found the sound to be consistently good....More
Just simply brilliant!!!
One of our party needed a chair as all the tables were already booked, and they very kindly obliged.
Staff were very very friendly and very helpful.
The act was brilliant, one of the best tributes I have ever seen of Luther...More
Went to see Leela James performing last Sunday. For some reason I have never been to the Jazz cafe and it has been on my list to go..... Ohhhh how disappointed I was, firstly the sound system was shocking the base was too high and...More
We checked out Bishop Nehru at the Jazz Cafe. The set up was quite cool. We booked a table for dinner and had a great view. The drinks were very tasty and the food was excellent. For the price it was a great night out....More
I went to the Jazz Cafe in Camden on Monday as I bought a ticket for the motown performance with some friends. It is a very good venue, the band was excellent, but I was very distressed by something a member of staff did to...More
After purchasing four restaurant tickets for this show I was looking forward to hearing the music of Etta James - especially as in Instagram the Jazz Cafe had used the image of Etta to promote this gig .
In reality it could of been called...More
Famous for its sprawling cluster of markets and shops as well as for an embrace of all things counter culture, Camden offers a concentrated version of London street life. From bargain shopping and people watching to rubbing elbows in its abundance of pubs and bars, Camden is the place to be for many a Londoner. It is also home to some of the hottest live music venues in Europe. As packed as Camden High
Street and its tributaries can get during the weekends, this neighbourhood is right next to some of the city's most beloved outdoor spaces, namely Regent's Park and Primrose Hill.
Response from Elizabeth P | Reviewed this property |
The tables are arranged on a balcony which semi circles the stage. If you at either end of the stage and sat with your back to it then you may have to twist a bit to see properly. This should not hamper your enjoyment of the... More
The tables are arranged on a balcony which semi circles the stage. If you at either end of the stage and sat with your back to it then you may have to twist a bit to see properly. This should not hamper your enjoyment of the evening though. This really is my favourite venue - have a wonderful evening.