Reviews

  • USA TodayAngelenos love brunch, and Blu Jam always finds itself near the top of "Best Of" lists.



  • Zagat Review for Blu Jam"Popular with weekend brunches", this Mid-City "gem" delivers "creative" American-European "comfort food" (the "crunchy French toast is a must-try") with a local-ingredient focus throughout the day; the "super-nice" staff navigates the "cozy" digs as well, and though patrons point out the "crowds", they generally agree it's "worth the wait." - Zagat

  • Los Angeles MagazineChef Kamil Majer does this kind of encrusted French toast that sometimes he just sends over with vanilla sauce and, oh boy, it’s sinfully delicious - Jeff Goldblum

  • LuxLifeBlu Jam Café is sure to become a weekly tradition for you and your friends.





  • Flavorpill...serving possibly the best French Toast in LA (crunchy, and served with vanilla sauce) ...they've also begun to serve exceptional dinner fare.





  • LA Dine-N-ClubAn absolute must-have dish is the famous Crunchy French Toast, made with egg brioche dipped in batter, rolled in crunchy corn flakes and grilled just right, topped with fresh bananas and berries, served with vanilla bean sauce.



  • Los Angeles MagazineLocals wake up early for Blu Jam Café’s cornflake-battered crunchy French toast. [Blu Jam now] doing a real supper service.


  • LA Grove LivingKamil’s passion for flavor, tastes of his home country reinvented and the romance of wine married to each dish is infectious in it’s delight.




  • Best of LAThe egg brioche dipped in batter, rolled in crunchy corn flakes was grilled to perfection.





  • 944 MagazineThe menu is loaded with fresh organic ingredients… The Florentine Twist Benedict and a cup of organic coffee is a perfect power breakfast…



  • LA WeeklyBlu Jam Café's quaint interior is rustic and romantic with a chic twist of original art from local artists. The menu is testament to the organic ingredients and dishes to suit every lifestyle, from vegan recipes to Angus burgers and an elaborate breakfast selection.

  • LA.comAnother pleasant Melrose eatery. Add this low-key eatery to the list of worth-it pitstops.

  • MetromixThe brunch crowds of West Hollywood have another place to enjoy French toast: Blu Jam Cafe.

  • Los Angeles Alternative MagazineAs for the egg dishes, it’s tough to choose. My favorite was probably the Old World Scramble with its combination of Portobella and button mushrooms. Lunch is served anytime and soups are out of the world! Pea soup has never been a favorite, but Majer’s smooth, unobtrusive puree won me over.

  • SCV MagazineEverything about the soup at Blu Jam Café goes against the traditional convention. Most of the hot stuff is vegan. That means the soups like the rich carrot ginger and green pea are delectable because of their vegetable goodness, not because the chef added a ton of cream.

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