JoJo’s was featured in The Guardian newspaper’s supplement “My 50 favourite UK restaurants: critic Marina O’laughlin’s choice” published on 24 October 2015. Click here to read it online at theguardian.com, or simply scroll down…
JoJo’s hasn’t missed a beat since moving from a tiny main street restaurant to this handsome seafront building with plenty of alfresco tables. Produce is Kentish – especially the pristine fish – but flavours are Mediterranean: smoky grilled sardines, sharp with lemon and black pepper, excellent salumi and embutidos, mutton and feta koftas, mixed meze. Sadly, it’s no longer BYO (they used to add extra corkage if wine came from Tesco).
Published: 24 October 2015. © The Guardian
by JoJo's • Reviews on August 6, 2013
We smiled to see that we were included in The Guardian’s “Top 10 budget restaurants and cafes on the north Kent coast” article. Not the snappiest of headlines but it does what it says on the tin and as ever we are humbled when people write about JoJo’s Coffee Shop in such a positive way. Click here to read it online at theguardian.com, or simply scroll down…
JoJo’s Coffee House, Tankerton
Meanwhile, on the headland at Tankerton, the coffee shop at Nikki Billington’s JoJo’s (where, famously, you’re charged double corkage if you BYO from Tesco) serves brilliant cakes, simple but good quality breakfast sandwiches, salads and seasonal specials. Some of the posh sandwiches (£6.95) – including a mean fish finger butty – probably don’t offer as much bang for your buck as the stews. These might range, as the year progresses, from a sticky, wintry beef cheek number, to a more summery chicken, chorizo and red pepper one-pot. On a warm day, the patio area is a real sun trap.
Published: 6 August 2013. © The Guardian