The Little Store Restaurant Review, Woodside
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The Little Store
3340 Woodside Road (Near Kings Mountain)
Woodside, CA 94062
Why did we dine here? – The Little Store is a long standing (1902) restaurant that we have passed many times. It used to be a gas station, then morphed into a general store. Having eaten at most other restaurants nearby ie Buck’s, Woodside Bakery, it was time to give it a try. A small quaint place with a mom and pop old school atmosphere.
Insider Tip – Monday night is Banjo night!
Cuisine – American
Location – Woodside
Opened – 1902
Service – The Little Store had fair service. We did have to remind them to get our refills, otherwise food came fast.
Verdict – The Little Store is a great option for those in the area. The food was decent, menu had options for everyone, and the restaurant has lots of charm.
The Little Store Signature Dishes – Hamburgers, Taco Salad
The Little Store’s Menu is pretty wide ranging. Burgers, salads, Mexican food, and more.
The Little Store Food Picks:
Cheeseburger ($9.50) 1/3lb was very good. Medium rare, juicy, fairly thick, definitely above average. Fries were thin and worth the calories too. 2/3lb version available for hearty appetites.
BBQ Pulled Port ($10.95) slow roasted fork tender shredded port roast dripping with tangy special recipe BBQ Sauce on a toast bun was pretty massive. Not exactly hardcore BBQ here but still worth ordering.
Taco Salad with Carnitas ($13.95) was recommended by the server. Pretty huge with some tender pork, cheddar, re-fried beans, lettuce, tomato, guac, salsa, and a nice golden brown taco shell. Considering the cook is Hispanic, the Mexican food should be decent.
OK: (Order if you like this dish)
Pans: (We would not reorder these dishes)
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