Now that spinach has been deemed a performance-enhancing vegetable, Popeye's future shortstop career hinges on his transition to po' boys. Get a sailor's worth of energizing eats with today's deal. For $8, you get $20 worth of breakfast and lunch fare at Chef's Bistro in Sequoia Square. The bistro is open for breakfast and lunch 7 a.m.–2 p.m. Tuesday–Sunday.
At Chef's Bistro, the full menu is available open to close. Shatter the rules of breakfast with applewood-smoked bacon cheddar burgers ($7.95). Redefine the rigidly narrow confinement of brunch with steak and eggs ($9.25), huevos rancheros ($6.95), or sausage gravy on home-style biscuits ($5.75). The truly insane can tempt fate by ordering a caffeinated cup of coffee ($1.50) to go with their lunch even if they're already awake.
Most people know po' boys as a gravy-drenched French loaf stuffed with succulent, hot roast beef. Those people are right, which is exactly why Chef's Bistro serves po’ boys either dressed (loaded with lettuce, tomatoes, mayo, and pickles) or naked, along with contemporary twists such as the New Mexican—grilled chicken, green chile, and shredded cheddar ($9.75 for whole, $7.75 for a half)—or a barbecue shrimp po' boy filled with fried shrimp tossed in Cajun butter sauce ($10 whole, $8 half).
Owned and operated by a family father-son tandem, Chef's Bistro is a relaxed cafe nestled beyond an unsuspecting storefront. The restaurant is the type of place where families can gather, friends can chatter, and jewel-heist cohorts can take a break from it all.
- This place was the best...The food is unique and flavorful. The Po'Boys are really good and they have good red and green chili. – Lauren T., Yelp