Their avocado toast was very delicious. The breakfast sandwich tasted good too. Nice little shop for coffee and breakfast.
Just had the most delicious Pumpkin Brioche. I would come back just for this pastry. Staff was very friendly and prompt and the place was cute and had enough tables to enjoy a nice coffee and not feel rushed.
Jane on Larkin is a brunch place that’s often overlooked, as many will pass by it on Larkin St and not realize that it’s there. However, inside lies a stylish, modern interior with a pretty decent selection of brunch foods. While the restaurant isn’t very big, I’ve been able to find seating at a table inside the couple times that I’ve been. Here, you just order at the front and they’ll bring it out to you pretty quickly.
If you want to get food here, make sure to come earlier in the day as they stop serving a lot of food items on their menu around an hour before they close. I’ve gotten the Smoked Salmon toast before along with the Cheddar Chive Biscuit. The Smoked Salmon toast isn’t the largest, but I could tell that all the ingredients were fresh from the great flavor they had. The chive biscuit I had was excellent, and definitely hit the spot for me. While a lot of their items are not complicated or super fancy, the quality is pretty solid for me.
Overall, I would recommend checking this often-overlooked brunch spot at least once if you’re in the area.
Some dishes ok. Used to be way better.Nice salad. Great coffee. Nice staff.In the middle of super sketch area so heads up. And watch where you step.
I come here once in a while and each time had been a good experience. I love love their slice of banana bread. Don’t get the packaged full loaf though. It’s not the same even though they said it was. Somehow the packaged one is more oily/buttery. Perhaps it’s the packaging?
Anyway I also love their scrambled egg panini. I don’t have a picture because it’s not picture-perfect but it taste amazing. I love heavy breakfast and that is perfect for me. I also like their spicy baked eggs. It’s a little bit spicy but it’s something I crave when it’s too cold outside. There are too much of tomatoes and sadly I never get to finish all of it because it’s a little too acidic for me after a few spoons. But I still love it and will order it again if the weather is right.
Coffee wise, I still bring my own coffee when I come visit because like Jane’s and most coffee shops, I found their coffee beans (medium to light roast) a little too acidic for my taste. I love dark roast (with beans almost black) but it’s not very popular around here. But I’m sure their coffee pleases most people, and that’s what matters.
Came here for a late brunch on a Saturday and it was not busy. The counter order is easy and the orders are filled quickly. It has a very diner vibe to the place with small tables and quick service but refillable (or discounted refills) would make this a go-to.
I tried the turmeric coffee because tbh I’ve had enough coffee even before brunch. It tasted like turmeric and was very foamy. Turmeric coffee might not be my thing, but that’s not Jane’s fault.
Ordered the brunch combo plate with scrambled eggs, bacon and French toast. Was pleasantly surprised by the amount of berries provided with the French toast. I thought the syrup was a little too sweet IMO but otherwise it was very satisfying.
Would come again tot ray their avocado toast.
I love Jane I love everything they serve and I love the people that work there.
Today we had a difference in philosophy. Three customers came in and asked if they could bring food from an outside establishment if they bought a drink from Jane. Jane agreed to this.
I personally think it’s TACKY AF to bring in something to consume from a different restaurant!! Your fancy sunglasses and Chanel bag doesn’t make up for being rude.
Either give your business to Jane or give it to the Korean fried chicken place but you can’t have your cake and eat it too.
Yes, I’m aware the other restaurant doesn’t have seating but *you are too*, because you asked if you could bring in outside food before you order.
Buying a simple drink from Jane and then eating a meal from another restaurant is just plain disrespectful. Just because the people at Jane are too nice to tell you, this is extremely rude. I guess you were raised in a barn.
And for those who tell me it’s none of my business, the retail landscape of San Francisco and my neighborhood is important to me and should be to all of us.
PS Jane, I love you but please update your site with the most recent menu.
PPS Bring back cake, please
Went at noon on a Friday and there was no line. The place wasn’t packed, but it was busy. The restaurant had a great vibe but limited seating.
I ordered the Jane’s Club. I thought it wouldn’t be filling but boy I was wrong! I like that they added cheddar cheese and the bacon was crispy. At the end I was very satisfied! Would come back to try more things.
Love love love! This place has one of the best lattes in the city! Their food and baked goods are on point too! They have a daily cake which is usually covered with fresh whipped cream and berries. Their paninis and salads are always a good bet as is the green smoothie. I love the orange ginger juice!
The staff always looks like their having fun and it’s just a really pleasant place to be. I live in the neighborhood and like to go there to just sip and read the news.
Best $10ish I spent on food in a long time. Tons of breakfast places near Jane but stop here and you won’t be disappointed. Had the peanut butter, banana, honey toast. Food really is science, even though simple at times. The bread was nicely toasted. Firm but not burnt, and the peanut butter was not overly salty but very creamy. The banana slices were thin, so large chunks didn’t fall off your fork and on to your white jeans. The honey was a well added topping. But – then the flax seeds on top of the honey added a top crunch to the bottom toast crunch. Very satisfying. And the drip coffee was robust and piping hot. Hope to be back soon.