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 7/24/2014**** aty C. Brooklyn, NY Any restaurant that serves breakfast all day is halfway to having my heart, but this place totally stole it for offering veggie sausage and being so cool about substituting it for bacon and putting it on an english muffin instead of sourdough on the breakfast sandwich. THe flaky french toast was out of this world! Only reason my husband and I didn't have brunch at Jinky's all three mornings we were in Santa Monica is because we didn't find it until the second day.