From later-period Chris Morris pseudo-comedies to Michael Jordan’s sporting space adventures, there’s a lot to love in the world of jam. Call us traditionalists as you might, but we still prefer the original and best jam: smeared on toast, stacked in sponges, accompanying a scone or two. All these are on offer at Let’s Jam in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, where they offer Western desserts to the hungry Hong Kong public from their location on Pine Tree Hill Road. Book a table now.
Nice foods! Great service! Will visit again!! Nice place! Nice staffs! Nice drinks! Nice decoration! Nice price! Nice jams! Nice milk shake! Nice moment! Thanks!
Have tried Slow-cooked steak, mushroom soup, blue mussels, homemade soda with jam, toast with homemade "Jaaaaaaaaam", all are great! The toast has 9 different jams and looks attractive! Will try all day breakfast and other dessert next time!
The restaurant is conveniently located near Jordan MTR. It provides online reservation services. the vegetarian all day breakfast (with egg) is great and delicious, highly recommend this dish to every vegetarian.
There are plenty of different ways to enjoy a night out in Hong Kong, and when you’re in such a great dining city, you’re going to be spoiled for choice. Start with some Chinese appetisers – dim sum, perhaps – before picking up some night market classics as a main. If you’re in Tsim Sha Tsui, then there’s only one place to go for dessert. Let’s Jam on Pine Tree Hill Road offers a huge range of Western jam-based delights, from cakes and scones to puddings and more. Sweet treats abound, so head on over to this party district just in the south of Kowloon.
The desserts are Western in origin, but they’re far from the fullest extent of the menu at Let’s Jam on Pine Tree Hill Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. There are cocktails too – a smorgasbord of sweet treats that doesn’t end with the solids – so when you take a trip to Let’s Jam, you’re in for an all round good time. You can find them easily via Jordan MTR station, so book a table, gather up all your mates, and head on over for one of the finest arrays of Western-style desserts to be eaten anywhere in Hong Kong.