About Dalston Jazz Bar
The conviviality of Dalston Jazz Bar & Restaurant is second to none. Yet again they have done it. Perpetuating poverty tourism before it exist.
Live music starts at 7:30 every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Dinner is served from 7:30 pm.
DJ music from 11 pm. Entrance £5. Free entrance until 12 pm.
Dalston Jazz Bar
- Caramelized Red Onion and Goat Cheese Tart
- Sardines in Onion and Tomato Salsa
- Mussels and Bacon in White Wine Cream Sauce
- Calve Liver with Onion Sauce
- Thai Smoked Chicken Salad
- Quail Drizzle with Orange and Cumin Sauce
- Sea Bass in Prawns Cream Sauce
- Beef Bourguignon
- Pork Chops served with Robert Sauce (Mushroom, Onion, Red and Green Pepper with Mustard)
- Vegetable Pie with Sweet Pepper Sauce
- Pigeon with Honey Mustard Sauce
- Rabbit with Wine Mustard Sauce
- Pheasant in Chausser Sauce
All mains are served with seasonal vegetables and roast potatoes
- Carrot Cake
- Chocolate Brownie
Cameron Pierre at Dalston Jazz Bar
Born in London, Cameron was raised on the Caribbean island of Dominica. Like most of his peers, Cameron's early musical influences were Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, and a host of artists from that era of popular Jamaican music. At sixteen he taught himself to play the guitar, and it was within the reggae genre that he first established himself.
As his own musical direction veered towards jazz, he remained in demand on the Calypso, and reggae circuit. A stalwart of the British jazz scene since the 80s, he was invited by renowned British saxophonist Courtney Pine to join his band and has since become an integral part of the group both as a recording and live artist.
Alongside Courtney's band, in 1994 Cameron formed 'Creole', a multi-cultural melange of musicians from Africa, Haiti, Cuba and the Caribbean, enjoying wide critical acclaim for their performances at the Glastonbury and Womad Festivals. In 1997, Cameron released the first of his five solo albums, Friday Night, to wide critical acclaim. In 2003 he also released The Other Side of Notting Hill, a body of work which was to help cement his reputation as a guitarist/composer par excellence. As a follow up to the acclaimed 2007 release "Pad up" his most recent release, "Radio Jumbo" his 6th studio cut, sees Cameron teaming up with French virtuoso pianist Mario Canonge for his second release on the Destin-e Label.
"Though his approach is undeniably indebted to that of his two great heroes, Wes Montgomery and George Benson, but infused with a bounce and vitality that belongs only to him. Touring with Courtney Pine's award-winning band Cameron's guitar style has dazzled many a jazz fan, and he has received glowing reviews from all over the world for his warm, dexterous sound and his self-deprecating and engaging stage presence"