A "layered" new Mayfair restaurant from Israeli-born Australian chef Roy Ner, comprising of a bakery, wine bar and dining space.
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Jeru Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Food was amazing the atmosphere was fun and lively. "
"One of the more beautiful interiors in London: the walls are decorated with the light honey colour of Jerusalem stone with large open kitchen and bars. The menu feels non-specifically Middle Eastern. The food was all excellent. Highlights to me were the home-made “potato fermented” bread cooked in a wood-fired oven and served with honey; an odd-sounding dish of cabbage which I think had been blackened over charcoal; and some puddings which were both beautiful and interesting. It’s all quite expensive but then we were in W1. I did feel a bit of tweaking could really help. For example: I bet they can (or do) make excellent pastries: why not have some baklava on the menu? One section of the menu is entitled “Mezze” but there are no dips. Could they add a couple? Some time into our meal we were offered a second wine list which was much more interesting than the first: why aren’t they together? The Turkish coffee was only available unsweetened with sugar lumps on the side which isn’t conventional. But I am conscious this is a new restaurant and once it beds in they may be able to work out their problems."
"You have to like loud and vibey to like Jeru, but either way the food was excellent and creative. And expensive! The wine list is superb. "
|Wine per bottle||£62.00|
11 Berkeley Street, London, W1J 8DS
|Tuesday||10:30 am‑11:30 pm|
|Wednesday||10:30 am‑11:30 pm|
|Thursday||10:30 am‑12:30 am|
|Friday||10:30 am‑12:30 am|
|Saturday||10:30 am‑12:30 am|