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Jackey Cafe

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  • Chinese
  • 611 H St NW, Washington DC20001 38.8999474 -77.0204782
  • (At 6th St NW)
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  • (202) 741-0209
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User Ratings (Based on 3 reviews)

2.005
Food 2.7 Value 1.7
Service 2.2 Atmosphere 1.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(202) 741-0209
Place Order:
Order From Jackey Cafe for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Daily: 11am-2am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Jackey Cafe

    Posted by Sherry on 11/20/2012

    Do Not Order Here...

    It was tasteless, dry and have no flavor. I order 2 chicken wings and they looked like they had been sitting out for days. The meat is NOT supposed to be crunchy! The rice was way overcooked and looked like mush! Do yourself a favor and don't order from here. You will definitely waste your money.

  • Jackey Cafe

    Posted by GAtourist on 04/02/2012

    Not a good Chinese restaurant at all

    We went this place last night 4/1/12, and we ordered 3 dishes for two adults and a child but were not enough! The dishes were expensive and not tasteful. The odd thing was when we were ready to check out the waitress handed us a bill with 18% gratuity add-on and with a separate blanked row TIP $ and blanked row Total $. I examined the bill as it is a large amount, and I asked the cashier why this TIP lefted as a blank? The cashier looked at the bill and then said to me "Oh, you already paid for tips, no need to add more tips on the blanked tip line..." --- Watch out, folks!

  • Jackey Cafe

    Posted by R. Chan on 09/08/2010

    Good for a snack, move upstairs for a full meal and atmosphere

    This is the street outlet of a much larger, established restaurant upstairs. One trades the refined upstairs atmosphere of cloth napkins and rosewood chairs for the more practical and less expensive Jackey's Cafe downstairs (literally). The food has all the classic elements of Cantonese cooking -- mild yet subtle flavors, a variety of textures and appeal, and good prices (same cooks as the more classy upstairs fare). Recently the restaurant was feature on a Discovery channel documentary on Thousand year old eggs and the chef's tour de force dishes were displayed in all their splendor.

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