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Succulent grilled meats, healthy Persian specialties and a friendly atmosphere – that’s exactly what you can expect from a visit to Sydney’s Jaam E Jam. Taking its name from an ancient Persian cup of divination (a famous myth mentioned in countless old poems and tales), Jaam E Jam on Pacific Highway honours Persian tradition by serving the most authentic cuisine possible. Open every day of the week, the folks at Jaam E Jam are looking forward to welcoming you at their Hornsby premises.
Food is really authentic and price is reasonable. I really enjoyed the lamb skewers and briyani rice. I would definitely recommend it to people interested in Persian cuisine. Would definitely return!
Consistently great as always, amazing value and friendly service. A really enjoyable evening. Has to be the best Persian restaurant in the upper North Shore.
Fragrant tastes, warm service. A great experience . Helpings are generous and the menu is varied. Staff attentive and friendly. I really recommend a visit.
Delicious and healthy, the offerings at Jaam E Jam do Persian cuisine justice. Open for dine-in and takeaway, this local favourite has an extensive menu of authentic specialties that taste just as they would in Iran. No matter whether you like eating your meat from a stick or you would rather stick to a vegetarian diet, Jaam E Jam has plenty of great options to choose from. Situated on Hornsby’s Pacific Highway, right near Hornsby Girls High School, Jaam e Jam is a new meeting point for Sydney’s adventurous food lovers.
Begin your meal at Jaam E Jam with kashk-o-bademjan, a hearty vegetarian favourite made from pan-fried eggplant, garlic, mint and kashk (a Persian dairy product). Specialties from the main menu include koobideh (two marinated lamb skewers with saffron rice and barbecued tomato), boneless joojeh kebab (marinated chicken served on a skewer) or the ghafghazi kebab consisting of veal fillet, capiscum and onion). Already hugely popular, a reservation is highly recommended for this great Persian eatery in Sydney’s Hornsby.