COATESVILLE, PA — Located at 152 Strode Avenue, on Monday, November 5, 2018, family-owned neighborhood restaurant, “The Little Chef,” will celebrate its 65th Anniversary. Founded in Coatesville in 1953 by Jack and Dot Sullivan, the restaurant was later owned by Gus and Pete Svokos. Current co-owners, the Lymberis brothers: John, Nick and Pete, are proud of their legacy.
After recent renovations, including the design of a new logo, as well as keeping the family tradition alive, “The Little Chef” aims to please its customers by offering traditional menu items as well as new fan-favorites.
This haven of American culinary delights is renowned for its home-style cooking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night. Additionally, the establishment is highly acclaimed by customers. For example – this Coatesville staple currently earns a 4.8 out of 5-star rating on Facebook, a 4.5 out of 5-star rating on Yelp, and 4.5 out of 5-star rating on Grubhub.
Reviewers love the renovations and reminisce about “hot and delicious [varieties of] food,” “a great atmosphere,” and “an accommodating and friendly staff.” Last but not least, many customers express amazement at the modest prices assigned to the quality fare coupled with the swift service that the restaurant provides.
“Our customers are never disappointed by our flavorful, diverse yet cost-conscious menu consisting of classic cuisine as well as our unique signature creations,” states co-owner Nick Lymberis. “While the restaurant does get busy, our friendly staff is on point. In the rare occasion that something isn’t right for a customer, we will fix it.”
A delightful restaurant for singles, families and groups, customers will savor an eclectic selection of American favorites made fresh-to-order from only the best ingredients. Whether you are just passing through Coatesville, dining alone, or sharing a meal with local friends and family, you will feel right at home as you enter the door.
The Little Chef services walk-ins, takes reservations and offers catering, delivery and take-out. Bike parking is permitted on the property. If you enjoy late night, the restaurant is open until 2:00 am on Fridays.
If that’s not all, in celebration of their 65th anniversary this November, the restaurant will be offering dine-in customers 65% off their checks, as well as the staff will provide lucky guests with special surprises. Be on the look-out for more information in the coming months!
So, who’s hungry? Visit “The Little Chef” as it gears up to celebrate its 65th Anniversary. Get to know the menu. Your taste buds and your wallet won’t be disappointed.
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