Did you visit? You won't have to cross the road for Brouhaha ;)
In 2011.... you could not get "lunch", on a Friday, anywhere in Harringay unless you wanted a kebab.
I'll probably pop in fairly soon. Am probably more interested in what the atmosphere is like going in for a drink (and what the range of drink is like) rather than the food. I frequently don't bother with Jam in a Jar on a weekend evening as it's too busy so will be interested in another option.
A few teething troubles aren't that unexpected. When Jam in a Jar first opened they regularly ran out of beer which wasn't too impressive but they seem to have survived.
Went in with my wife and a friend for brekkie on Saturday. The service was chaotic (took about half an hour to get us a pot of tea, and they weren't packed at the time), but the Maitre D' (whose name I forget) was exceedingly friendly, and chatty.
Food was okay, too, perhaps a tad more expensive than other nearby establishments, but not excessively so. And worth it for the lovely interior and the good music.
Would I go again? Yes. Do I still really, really miss Cafe Lemon? Yes.
"Would I go again? Yes. Do I still really, really miss Cafe Lemon? Yes." - seconded.
Cafe Lemon - gone from Green Lanes, but not from the wider 'hood. Been open at 118 West Green Rd (towards the Seven Sisters end) since May.
@cafelemonlondon & https://en-gb.facebook.com/CafeLemonUK/
Went in here for cocktails and dinner last night. The cocktail service is a bit slow, the bar staff were being trained and the drinks came out one by one, but were good. They can do classic cocktails not listed on the menu too. We had the beef burger and the halloumi burger, both were excellent with good chips, and the food service was very quick.
I'd give it some time to settle in and hopefully the bar staff will get a handle on things soon - but they need customers to practice on!