The chef has a story to tell, not with words, but with food.. Now that’s just the kinda story we all love, don’t we?
Located in purshaiwalkam, THE Chef’s Story is the same lane as the C.S.I. Ewart school. It’s easy to spot.
The lovely lil 25 seater is done up completely in white, with big French windows. The place is bright, warm and very welcoming. White washed brick walls, cute Knick knacks n funky doodles, barrels for table, a melange of colors with a dash of natural light. i loved the place!!!!!
The menu carefully chosen to attract the young ones and junk food lovers alike it. Attracted me like a moth to the flame.
We were a group of 11, we tried a number of dishes, a brief of what I tried and loved..
We were served Rose ice tea, Vanilla banana ice tea & Classic ice tea. The drinks were refreshing but too sweet for my taste.. I liked the vanilla banana ice tea better than the rest.
Garlic bread exotics : Fresh warm bread doused with oodles of garlic butter, cheese and topped with onions, olives and capsicum. Yum..
Hybrid of your Dream : Nutella sandwich Grilled to perfection with slices of banana in them. Dreamy indeed!
Indian Paneer pizza : Perfecto!! After ages, I got to sink my teeth into some thing so awesome! And mind you, I eat out every day!
The Jars: In five droolicious flavours.. Red Velvet, Oreo Nutella cheesecake, Triple chocolate, Tiramisu and Salted Caramel Brownie.. All of these were delicious and spoon licking good. However, I enjoyed the Oreo Nutella cheesecake and Salted Caramel Brownie the most. *Sigh*
A meal for two can come up to 700+ Tax.. Totally reasonable!!