Asian Fusion, Coffee & Tea, Desserts
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 508 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Phone: (213) 365-8882
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForLate Night
- local_parkingParkingValet, Street, Private Lot
- local_parkingBike ParkingNo
- accessibilityGood for KidsNo
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- insert_emoticonAmbienceCasual, Classy
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
- tvHas TVNo
Cindy Yoselyn Ramirez
Loved it! Great food and service. My favorite was the Baked salmon roll but the Troy roll was so cool and fun to watch. Thank you :)
Portions are huge considering I only paid $9. The tofu was really yummy and the peanut sauce aka a curry for the chicken is a necessity! Pretty similar to ShopHaus, but I like the sides here more.
As I cruised through the streets of Koreatown, I stumbled upon a giant boat in the parking lot. The exterior of the place was definitely intriguing, and my curiosity got the best of me. I found myself walking into the Titanic! Jack's Cafe is a coffee shop and sushi restaurant. The interior definitely feels more like a cafe where you can lounge and enjoy a nice cup of tea. Private rooms are also available and the maze like interior has a variety of different nooks and crannies. It is a place that calls you to explore and look around! The walls are adorned with renaissance style paintings and pictures from the movie Titanic. Their menu is definitely saturated with sushi and sashimi items. They sprinkle in other options for other who do not enjoy fish, and have a decent drink menu for those who are there to indulge at the cafe. I ordered the LA Best Roll, since it had a variety of fish I enjoy. The presentation was beautiful. Adorned with a pretty orchid on a bed of carrots and beets. However, it was not as appealing to the palate. The quality of the fish was decent, and the rice was somewhat equivalent to the one you would find at Supermarkets. I was not expecting mind blowing sushi, so I was not too disappointed with the overall meal. The rice definitely needed work, but the charm and novelty of the whole experience made up for the lackluster meal. It is a fun place to check out, so you can say you've dined in a boat and walked through the Titanic, but with all the other delicious options in the area... This place can wait!
K. Michael Rowley
Odd decor, but the food was really good.
Came for an early family dinner with my sister and our kids. The place was pretty quiet, which was pretty nice for us. Sushi rolls and ramen were pretty great. We loved their drinks. The lemonades and milk teas are worth going for on their own! The kids loves the boat aesthetic.