REVIEWS 1/3/2015 **** Jason L. Simi Valley, CA
Solid family Cafe off the 118 on Arboles.
Location shares a parking lot with Ciscos and a strip mall so there is plenty of shopping. We went on a Friday night and it was nearly empty, which was concerning. The prices were reasonable; perhaps $3-4 higher per plate than you'd expect from similar cafes.
The service was 3-4 stars. Not great, but not terrible. The food was good overall. I got a Chicken Parm Sandwich which was tasty. My son had a flat bread pepperoni pizza which was pretty large and tasted good. My wife had a grilled chicken sandwich. Overall, the food was fresh and well prepared. Drinks were refilled after a short delay, but we didn't have to chase after the waitress.
The restaurant has nice booths and large TV's to watch sports. Frankly was surprised it was so empty on a Friday night.
Overall, a nice cafe to grab a bite. Family of four cost $60 after tip. Bit high for a cafe, but not crazy expensive. 4 stars.
REVIEWS 11/19/2014***** Randy B Culver City, CA
I've been to 2 other Jinky locations, so I am a big time fan of their menu. Pages and pages of variations with meat/veg/vegan options, you gotta be a fool to not find something that sounds delicious.
Being next to Trader Joe's could be good thing, but the small parking lot for the demand could be nearly a disaster for your temper, or your car. It's the one draw back, well also, a little line if you come at peak times.
Breakfast burrito was my option for the day (and it was awesome, and double-good is the pea quacamole), but other locations I've tried: The Veracruz Talapia (AMAZING), and the Mexicali chili (I liked a lot, but small for the price).
Live on the wild side, try to find parking -- and go.
REVIEWS 6/2/2014 **** Share W. New York, NY This place is Awesome. I really tested my waistband here and my eyes rolled over backwards so much from all the delectable dishes, I feared I was going to loose permanent control of them. I AM EGG QUEEN. My epitaph will state: "Died from cholesterol overload due to heavy consumption of eggs." Anyway, back on point, they have so many delicious omelets and egg dishes, but the one that keeps pulling on my stomach lining are the chili omelets or the CCO. And to blow your mind, the chili is the inside of the omelet.They have so many varieties of chili listed, but only a few of them will be available for that day sometimes. I love the fact that they have beanless chili. The one that won my heart and then ultimately my taste buds/stomach was the pasilla turkey chili (and no beans). Served with this nice heap of omelet are potatoes and a side of toast. Great portions to make you feel full or just right. A definite return visit is in store! Green tea iced tea that's not sweet?! Love you more...
REVIEWS 5/20/2014 **** Bruce C. Venice, CA
The food looks and taste delicious. Very warm, friendly and efficient staff.
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