Philadelphia, PA - This day started off very well. Amigo Dan’s cousin-in-law Brian is originally from Downingtown. When we told the fellas we were starting in Coatesville, he didn’t have anything nice to say.
Little Chef Coatesville Pa. Cheesesteak Review
We were all delighted when we saw that Little Chef in a lovely newly renovated stand-alone building with their own parking. The inside is in two halves. One side of the building is a more traditional diner with counter and booth service. The other side is a more traditional restaurant style with table service.
We were greeted by a very nice young woman and a beautiful pastry/dessert/cake display case. The interior was a middle American folksy decor with the wood walls painted in a greyish color.
I loved and photographed the sign saying- No alcohol, Interesting menu and BYOB, build your own Burger.
The steak sandwich section has fun names for the steaks but not much of a selection of steaks. I thought the price was a little steep, but it did come with french fries.
I think it was extra if you wanted curly or sweet potato fries. Cutting it in thirds was a challenge, but that seemed to be the theme of the day. We ordered a cheesesteak with fried onions and mushrooms. We went with curly fries.
This was a big Cheesesteak, and between it and the french fries, they really filled out the plate. The roll was perfect. It was more bakery/dinner roll than a traditional cheesesteak roll.
I really liked that the mushrooms spent a lot of time on the grill. You can see a char on them. There was an outstanding amount of cheese, and it was melted very nicely throughout the whole cheesesteak.
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The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure - Hi, my name is Jim Pappas, and I have eaten hundreds of different cheesesteaks in the last year. A year ago, on May 16, 2018, I started my Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure to find the ultimate cheesesteak. To see more great cheesesteak places, check out my website at The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure.