Little Chef Restaurant - Church Street, Bangalore
Situated on the corner of Church street and Museum Road, you could be excused for passing by this restaurant. It looks a lot like a garage - an automobile repair shop, complete with auto parts, grease, tyres, corrugated aluminium roofs and not very bright tubelights. The hoarding outside looks more like an advertisement for a nearby restaurant rather than a nameplate announcing your location.
One enters and finds old car seats strewn about the place, coincidentally, in pairs, facing each other, with an awkwardly sized table marking the distance between each pair. The car seats are typical of the old ambassador or fiat that ruled the roads a couple of decades ago, and had more suspension in the seats than the axles.
We were five, so got a corner table with three passenger seats on three sides of it. Food was chinese, and I won't go into which dishes we chose, because I don't think it makes too much of a difference. There were four dishes in all - 3 non-veg and one veg - which were more than sufficient for the five of us.
I enjoyed the food, and the pieces of chicken were actually visible and identifiable.
Try the American Chopsuey, or the Schezwan. It's pretty good.
Blues rates it:
Food - good
Service - good
Decor - innovative
Price - pretty easy on the wallet
Overall rating - great
Recommendation: go there