by JoJo's • Customer Review on October 6, 2010
Not a review so much as a fan page! Thanks for a lovely evening.
by JoJo's • Customer Review on September 20, 2010
Hi, I just had to write to say what a lovely restaurant you have. I stopped by for lunch yesterday with two of my friends. We’d cycled from Ashford and stumbled upon JoJo’s for our lunch stop, we sat outside and it was excellent, the food was superb and the staff very friendly, will definitley recomend to friends. Thanks.
by JoJo's • Customer Review on September 11, 2010
I just wanted to let you know that I visited your restaurant today with my Dad and he had a wonderful meal… The food is very very good, service is perfect and I love your new building.
by JoJo's • Customer Review on August 24, 2010
You’ve just made an average Sunday a spectacular memory! Thank you from us both for a gourmet experience to remember – again! We enjoyed ourselves at your old address (when we could get in!) and have tried and tried to get a table at your glossy new residence. We are so pleased your venture has been such a success and pleased too that we couldn’t get a ‘table’ for today, rather enjoying the novelty of watching your team from the vantage point of the bar. We will be joining you again very soon for your exceptional fare and hospitality.
Alison and Ian
P.S. Could you open a JoJo’s in Canterbury, please – a town sorely in need of a gourmet lift.
P.P.S. Long may the complications of licence application paperwork reign – love the informality of bringing our own plonk, not to mention that your dining price becomes all the more accessible!
by JoJo's • Customer Review on July 24, 2010
You very kindly slotted us in on Saturday night when you had a cancellation. As it was my best friend’s birthday and we were visiting her in Herne Bay, I was thrilled to achieve what few others had… a booking in your restaurant at short notice.
We arrived – the place was beautifully presented – very ‘French’ actually. Loved the fact you had huge bowels of fresh toms, apples, avocadoes etc and the vintage bottles on shelves – marvellous. Loved the colour of the door to the lavs and the little chalk board. Staff were all pleasant and friendly. We were settled, on arrival, with glasses on a comfy sofa whilst waiting for our table.
Table – rustic and mis-matched chairs – wonderful! Obviously helped the ambiance that we were by a window watching the sun bounce down into the sea like a Satsuma. The food was lovely – really enjoyed the quince jelly – so much nicer in that almost runny form you served rather than the stuff from Waitrose that you slice into thick chunks. We had the hams, courgettes, calamari (so what if I wouldn’t share with the birthday girl the mayo stuff that was served with it?!), and lobster. The lobster was quite simply the best lobster that I’d ever eaten – hooray – oozing with butter and fat garlic – pure sex! 🙂 We finished our night with a sit on the bench watching the sea (fairly ratassed admittedly)!
Loved the fact that we could drink decent wine at our own cost and enjoy fabulous, well priced, exceptional food. Loved the fact that it was full of ‘normal’, down to earth people also enjoying pleasant surroundings and tasty food. Please pass on our sincere thanks to all working that evening.
Quite simply I can’t wait to visit you again!