Warm Medjool Dates
stuffed with valdeon, wrapped in smoked bacon, celery-apple salad
sauted wild mushroom flatbread, urgelia cheese, arugulaalmond pesto
moroccan spiced chicken chorizo, kabocha squash puree, pickled sunchoke & cilantro leaf salad, whole mustard seed
We booked Jamonera based on excellent reviews and were expecting authentic Spanish cuisine. What we got was dishes resembling Spanish cuisine. That aside, seasoning of the items we ordered were heavy. The paella was too salty and creme brulee too sweet. The only two things we liked were their white sangria and bacon-wrapped dates. Very disappointed. Do not recommend.
Very good. It’s a solid follow up to the Marcie Turney empire. While Barbuzzo still remains our favorite and Bud & Marilyn’s chicken sandwich makes chick-fil-a and the rest seem like a joke, it’s a delicious addition to the lineup.
Never thought an anchovy toast can be this good.
The two of us shared two appetizers and two mains which was more than enough food! The croquettes were very tasty as were the albondigas, and beet salad. The seafood paella was good, but a little too lemony and salty. Their wine selection was very good as well. We had a glass of albarino and a glass of tempranillo which were delilcious! We will definitely return!
Great food, outstanding service, great drinks! We will definitely go back!
Great food and service
Nice place, was not too busy. We sat at the bar out of preference and they took care of us. Shared several dishes, and some nice cocktails and vino. Would go back.
We always make a point of going to Jamonera when we come from New York to Philly -- great location and festive atmosphere -- love Spanish food so this is perfect.
Delicious food, smooth service, intimate setting. Will be back
Great food and service. Our first visit was very enjoyable and we cannot wait to return to try other offerings. The Seafood Paella and the dates appetizer were excellent. Give it a try!!
I wished I lived in Philadephia so I could enjoy the excellent food and service more often. Until next year... thank you Dustin and Madelyn for three great nights!
Dustin great bartender. Food top rated!
Delicious food but I wish the entree was a bit larger. The sangria was tasty but could have packed a bit more of a punch. The service was great.
Only complaint is for the price, it would have been nicer to have a little more and for the price of the sangria there could have been a little more alcohol...so much ice ice ice...in the pitcher and in the serving glasses
I will definitely return and try something new.
Always a stop on my annual trips to Philadelphia. Flower Show and Jamonera. Food is excellent and service is better. My favorites are the vegetarian paella and sangria.
This was our second visit to Jamonera. The irst was 4 or 5 years ago. It was just as good, if not better.
Food, as always, was amazing!
Great food and atmosphere!
Very good meal. Knew what to expect as we have eaten there before. Great service and ambiance. Great small plate options. Enjoyed the evening.
Excellent!! I would go back again and again. Both the food and the service was top notch.
All I can say is WOW, each dish was a test treat! The vegetable tapas board was a triple delight! We recently ate at a fancy french restaurant and the grilled octopus at Jamonera was MUCH better!! Our waiter was knowledgeable and just the right amount of friendly!!
Really enjoyed our meal and sangria at Jamonera. Charcuterie board was excellent--loved the jamon, cheese and accompaniments. We also had the vegetarian charcuterie--not as good, but very interesting flavors. Paella was excellent.
This is one of the best restaurants in Philadelphia. My boyfriend and I go here at least once every few months and absolutely love it. The service is amazing and the staff truly makes the experience great. The menu has such different and delicious food. I will absolutely be going back!
We went during Valentine's Day. The prefix menu was definitely worth it -- 1 appetizer + 3 courses for $65. The food was excellent quality with amazing flavors. The staff was very friendly, and constantly waited at your side, wipe down tables, and picking up plates.
I hate to write negative reviews but in this case I really would not go back to Jamonera.
perhaps it was just the busy evening of Valentines day but except for our waiter, who was excellent, I had a poor experience. the food, except for desert was way too salty, and actually not very fresh tasting. not foul , just not tasty. the sauces and spices didn't quite work. also I was offered two kind of wine, neither of which was good tasting, and one of them had turned and tasted vinegary. as the evening went on the GM's actions seemed more to get us out so he could fill the table than to serve us. the desert was the best part, a home made sorbet. I won't be going back. I did like the ambience though.
Food was good, not great.
Delicious food. Amazing cocktails.
Small portions and expensive.
Would definitely go back for a special occasion and to have a completely different meal than I could get anywhere else in philly. Must try at least once.
The food was very good and the service was prompt without hovering. The space is tight.
Food was very good and small plates were presented in appropriate intervals.
Everything was nice... The lamb entree was very flavorful. The roasted apple bread pudding was off the hook. Enjoyed the night.
Place is very small with 10-12 tables and large bar.
Food, drinks, and service were very good.
But getting “changed” 2k points for Open Table reservation left a bad feeling.
We made reservation for 7:15pm on Saturday night and charged 2000 open table points for “prime” time. In reality, there was nothing prime as they had free tables. In fact, couple without reservation was seated at the same “prime” time as we got to our table.
2k open table points for “prime” time reservation must be a new scam by open table or the way for restaurant to create hip.