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38 Parkway, London NW1 7AH
- Camden Town Underground Station (0.1 km)
- Mornington Crescent Station (0.6 km)
- Contact us:
020 7284 0606
18 High Street, Walthamstow, London E17 7LD
“The Windmill Tapas Restaurant was opened by proprietors Jose & Regina in 2002 bringing an exotic taste of Portugal and Madeira to north-east London. The Windmill is a local best kept secret at the western end of Walthamstow High Street. Why not...” more...
8 reviews of Jamon Jamon in English
You like good food without gimmicks and you are in Camden Town, then this is the place.
p.s. It's not 'like being in spain' - it IS being in a great tapas restaurant in Camden!
A great place – visited here many times in the last 4-5 years and always had good food.
One minor problem with the restaurant is it’s inconsistency. Sometimes the food is fantastic – other times the food is very good.. either way you would go home happy but if only it would also be at it’s best! :)
I really like the staff in this place. They are casual but always helpful, fun and take care of you. I would imagine the style wouldn’t suit everyone but I think it really works.
The only other negative is the whole restaurant feels like it could do with a little refresh: bit of paint, new menus etc… that’s the only reason I would give it 4/5 instead of 5/5
Pricing is decent, around £5/6 for each dish. AS some other reviewers stated: the food isn’t ground breaking but it has all the classic dishes all very well put together.
Edit: 3 Sep 2011, they now have nice new menus and have added a few new things – therefore it gets the fifth star!
I cannot fault the food I had at this restaurant, the paella was really, really tasty as was the sangria. However, instead of waiting 30-40 minutes for our main course we had to wait an hour and 15 minutes. It really wasn’t acceptable and they were lucky we didn’t walk out. The waiter tried to keep us sweet by giving us a free order of olives but alas, no one in our party liked them.
It’s a shame because I quite liked the restaurant. It feels quite authentic and the staff are very nice. Just avoid going if there are lots of large parties in there because chances are, you will be sat waiting a while.
I seem to have had an entirely different experience from Madameso. I’ve only eaten here twice, but have had extremely friendly service on both occasions. Notably so. Admittedly it hasn’t been that prompt, but amiable all the same.
I particularly like the retractable roof in summer and the restaurant has quite a relaxed, chilled-out feel.
There’s a fairly comprehensive tapas menu, and while the food isn’t amazing, it’s not bad either. It’s reasonably priced, too, think I spent £15 for a selection of tapas, wine and beer.
Good, not great. But that’s fine by me.
I’ve enjoyed some lovely laidback lunches here as well as an evening that became more and more relaxing as the red wine flowed.
The staff are friendly, although maybe not the most efficient I’ve ever stumbled across. It’s not a place where I would want to be in a hurry for my food.
The food is tasty and of a reasonable size, especially the paella. It’s not the most adventurous place but it serves all the usual dishes one would expect to a standard which is good but not outstanding.
Great for a date or for larger groups, it feels very cool to be in here in summer, under the retractable roof at the back.
Definitely a restaurant I go to for the social and casual vibe inside rather than the food as such. The lunch deals are good value.
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