Jack n' Jill's Too
- Extra Phones:
Fax: (310) 858-5922
- Payment method:
- amex, mastercard, discover, visa
- Conveniently located at the corner of 3rd and Robertson.
- Mid-City West, Central LA
- French Restaurants, Steak Houses, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Restaurants, Bakeries, Barbecue Restaurants, Caterers
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: French, European, Diner, Seafood, Continental, Cafe
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Very happy with this restaurant! They have a big and diverse menu filled with American favorites! I've never had any issues with this place. I walk out happy every time! The Breakfast Panini, Banana Creme & Nutella Crepe, and their Blueberry muffins are my ultimate favorites.
Posted: 10/16/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have never written a review before, but I feel so strongly on this that I had to write one. I have been to the other jack and jill in beverly hills numerous times with my kids, and have always had a great experience, so much so that my kids always ask to go there. Today the line was very long to get in, and so we decided to try the one on 3rd street, much closer to me. I was with my 7 year old son who had requested this restaurant. I ordered the chicken tenders for him, a $7 meal. 2 of the tiniest little specks of chicken came out. It was about the size of a half dollar. My child said he was still starving, so I said something to the waiter, who said he would try to get him another piece. Well, they would not give him another piece. It was so small it was outrageous, for $7. I had to take my son somewhere else afterwards to get him some more food. The fact that they wouldn't even bring him out one more piece was ridiculous. We have never had this issue with the one in BH, and I guess that will be the only one we will go to in the future. As we have owners of restaurants in our family, we were shocked at the lack of response to this. The waiter tried to be helpful, and it was no reflection on him, but I will say that they obviously do not want children to eat there or they would give them something substantial enough to sustain their appetite. My son is only 7. I can't even imagine a 12 year old trying to satisfy his appetite with that.
Posted: 12/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Had walked by this place many times and finally went for dinner. We were there on a rainy Sunday night, so light crowd and probably quieter than normal. Service was good - a little of the model/actor/actress/server vibe going on, but overall a good time. Menu was great - comfort cooking and the crepes were a nice end to the meal. Not a huge menu but good, varied choices. Would be interested to try brunch there - problem will be getting a table ...
Posted: 9/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The food is awesome! I love the pulled pork sandwiches and ALL of the salads are oh so yummy! Service is always excellent and the staff are friendly and helpful. Take out is always quick as well. Would highly recommend it. I'd eat here every day if I could.
Posted: 7/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Had lunch there 1pm Saturday - sat outside on patio, which was quiet. (The tables inside looked too close together and the room was very noisy). Traffic on 3rd Street wasn't interfering with conversation at all. Menu is extensive, e.g., savory crepes (chicken breast, sauteed asparagus, cheese, garlic cream sauce ~ spinach, tomato, onions, olive, feta - add shrimp for $4.95 ~andouille sausage, shrimp, chicken breast and Jambalaya sauce); dessert crepes (simple cinnamon, Nutella and banana, Nutella and berries, Apricot preserves, cream cheese & honey; salads (chopped chicken, blackened salmon Caesar, Pecan Citrus, etc.), and sandwiches (Pulled pork, burger, muffaletta, pancetta club and roasted turkey, brie on a croissant. A Rotisserie half chicken and BBQ baby back ribs with a little (I mean very little) salad and cornbread offered weekday lunches only. They also have a bread pudding that looked decadent (and must have been because the woman who ordered it inhaled it.)
We both had savory buckwheat crepes - chicken, artichoke hearts, tomato, cheese w/basil cream sauce and the other ham, mozzarella & sherry cream sauce (there may have been 1 or 2 more ingredients - not sure. Sauces were seasoned well and crepe filling portions perfect. Each came with the little salad - butterleaf lettuce, roma tomato, mushrooms, shaved carrots, candied pecans w/citrus vinaigrette.
At dinner, the menu expands to include NY steak, petite filet. They come with sweet potato fries, jambalaya rice, baked potato or seasonal veggies. YOu can add a little salad or Caesar for $4.95 (don't think it would be worth it). There are also starters (bayou bruschetta, smoked chicken gumbo, sweet potato melts, grilled artichokes.
Our server was outstanding. Didn't hover but checked in often enough so that we didn't feel neglected.
All in all, a great little find. Wine and beer. Pick-up or delivery.