Discovering One of Boise’s Best Kept Secrets Makes You a True Local [PICS]
"Boise's Best Kept Secret"
Nestled deep in the heart of the city off S. Cole Road and W. Franklin is "Boise's Best Kept Secret!" For the last 35 years, the Chef's Hut has prided itself in serving fantastic food and being one of the hardest-to-find breakfast spots in the Treasure Valley.
Good food, big portions, service was decent. They seemed short on personnel, but so are a lot of restaurants. Prices are good, we've only been there once but I would go back. Environment is nice, old school hole in the wall joint.
- Boise Yelp // Scott P., Eagle
A Delicious Discovery
When it first opened its doors back in 1977, the Chef's Hut was a tiny sandwich shop that mostly served sandwiches to on-the-go business professionals over their lunch break. Once the fledgling diner found its footing among the hungry breakfast and lunch diners, local support for the Chef's Hut took off with flying colors. Since then, an eclectic business park has developed around the diner, making it extra hard for newbies to find it.
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