Little Chef Counter
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- 76%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 62%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (4)
- Little Chef CounterMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Feb 12, 2014
I'll admit there are many other things on the menu but for the things I did try they were mediocre at best and for what they were, over priced as well.
We got the pulled pork sliders, the regular fries and the duck fat fries.
The sliders were good but for the price of $8 it should've included fries!
As for the fries. The regular fries were $3 and are just ok.
However, the duck fat fries are a big rip off. They tasted almost exactly the same as the regular fries. I even had them try it and they agreed and made another batch for me. The second batch just had an extremely slight hint of FAT taste, and not even duck fat taste. They are not worth the $5 that they charge for such regular tasting fries. Course this may just be me comparing them to one rendition of duck fat fries with duck fat juices exploding in every bite I had at another restaurant. But when there is nothing duck fat about the duck fat fries. Well then there's something wrong.
And one last side comment about the fries, after we were done with our meal, there was more than half the fries remaining that we threw out.
- Little Chef CounterMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 1Jan 25, 2014
Little Chef Counter is a dash of San Jose culture. Located in the heart of San Pedro Square market, LCF is famous for its poutine dish. Come get it on weekend brunch mornings. An experience you will not regret.
- Little Chef CounterMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Nov 01, 2013
Quality food. Reasonable price. Little Chef Counter is another great place to eat at the awesome San Pedro Square Market.
The ever changing menu features a good variety staple comfort food from different regions such as like poutine, loco moco and spaetzle. Popular items like chicken & waffle and short ribs sliders sometimes sell out so come here early if you could.
Food is crafted with great care. Do expect a short wait as your food is being prepared by the chef. You won't be disappointed.
- Little Chef CounterAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9First to ReviewOct 29, 2013
Located inside the San Pedro Square Market building, it has a small kitchen an you can watch them work as you wait for your food. I was amazed by the food. Got the smoked salmon sandwich with salad (choice of fries or salad) and short rib poutine. Both were delicious! The salmon was tender and buttery on a toasted French roll; the poutine was made with tender short ribs and au jus instead of gravy. My friends and I grabbed our food and sat outside on the patio.