REVIEWS 1/3/2015***** Mike G. Los Angeles, CA
I love their menu, and if you eat there during the week...never a wait.
They have an extensive menu, really friendly servers, and very fair pricing. I've eaten there at least a half dozen times, and never one complaint from me.
The decor is fine, but it's more of a breakfast/brunch place anyway, so decor doesn't matter much for those meals..
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 6/29/2014 **** Tulip T. Palo Alto, CA I ordered the red, white, and blue waffles; which was a Belgian waffle topped with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and bananas with raspberry sauce and a side of whipped cream. I skipped the bananas and requested additional strawberries instead. While it wasn't the best waffle I've ever eaten, it was good. I think I'll order the French toast next time. Parking at Jinky's is a major challenge. The parking lot is very small, but there is thankfully street parking available. The meters accept credit cards. Be forewarned. Parking is strictly enforced in the area so be sure to mark the time you parked your car and remember to go back and feed the meter if you need more time.