Panini Cristo ($13)
This play on the Monte Cristo, is stuffed with Prosciutto, Taleggio cheese, rapini, and mustard jam. It is served with an apple-fennel slaw.
Pumpkin Pancakes ($10)
Jam's pancakes or surprisingly thick, and yet still fluffy and light. They are served with a maple meringue, which is balanced by a salty pepito brittle.
Salad Niçoise ($13)
Instead of canned tuna, Jam uses a seared tuna filet. It is served on spinach, with hard cooked eggs, pickled beans, and roasted shallots.
This textbook French-style omelet was light and fluffy, and filled with smoked ham and Gruyere. It was topped with Brussels sprouts and melted onions.
Pork Liver Terrine ($12)
While definitely the heaviest thing I tried over the weekend, it was still not overbearing. That was probably due to the sweet and sour cabbage and onion jam.
Carrot Ginger Muffin with Cream Cheese Frosting
On both of my visits, I was served a little pastry before the main course arrived.
Located on Logan Boulevard, Jam opened for a test run last weekend. It is now officially open everyday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Roasted Almond Tea ($3)
This brightly colored and full bodied tea (from Benjamin Tea) was just slightly sweet.