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About Salvation Jane

For people who believe that if you are going to eat it or drink it, it should be savoured.
Salvation Jane is a 65 seater restaurant and bar located in Shoreditch, London. It is the sister café to Lantana, which opened in 2008 in Fitzrovia.
“The coffee is superlative, the brunch is excellent and the cakes are legendary” (The London Foodie)
The name Salvation Jane comes from a beautiful flowering plant that was brought to Australia in the 1800s by an English immigrant named Jane Patterson. The plant took hold and became an iconic Australian weed. It is extremely hardy and in drought times, is a source of food to grazing cows, hence the name Salvation Jane. In farming circles it is also referred to as Patterson’s Curse because if too much of the plant is eaten by certain livestock it can kill.
Drink our ‘Patterson’s Curse’ cocktail with restraint.
Open 7 days a week, serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner and drinks.
For those short on time or on the move, pop in to our “OUT” counter.
We cater for local businesses and offices (see details here).
Please enquire about evening venue hire for private parties.
“Each plate is impeccably thought out, cooked and presented” (Faerietale Foodie)

Opening Hours

Monday – 7.30am to 4pm
Tuesday to Friday – 7.30am to 11pm
Saturday and Sunday – 9am to 4pm
Breakfast menu served daily from 8 to 11.30am and brunch all day from 9am to 3.30pm on weekends
Lunch menu from midday to 3pm daily
Dinner Tuesday to Friday from 6 to 10pm
Bar serving until 11pm Tuesday to Friday
Takeaway is available from 7.30am Monday to Friday and from 9am on the weekends.