A Foodtruck is a “moving kitchen” bringing you a new kind of street-food in any corner of the city or even to your door-step or countryard, reside, office. These guys change their location everyday, and you can track them in the city here- http://www.le-casse-croute.com/the-truck/track-the-truck/
Monsieur Le Gé.
Their sandwiches are divided into the two genders- Monsieur(Sir) for the Non-veg sandwiches and Madame for the Veg toasties. The egg-based offering is called Mademoiselle. Featuring here is Homemade bechamel sauce, double bacon, fried tomatoes,chicken patties, minced onions and salad.
They bean(ie) business.
They also provide catering for your private events, corporate parties and celebrations adding the spice of exotic to your fare.
Not just scratching the surface.
They also sell their homemade sauces (Mustard and Ketchup) and snacks (Pâté) online and offline for you to enjoy something French at home!
They make their own bread which is hard on the outside and crumbly.
Featuring here homemade creamy Mayonnaise sauce, Chicken pieces marinated with spices, Onions, sliced Tomato and Spinach.
Home-delivered & home made.
If you live in Indiranagar and want to enjoy a croque but don’t wanna step out or if you’re hungry for their homemade French fries but the rain is too heavy to go out, don’t worry. You can order some goodness from the Swiggy website and app, from the ‘Atelier’ in New Thippasandra and you can get delivered your favorite dish from Le Case-Croûte in less than an hour.
Fries from the guys.
Their sides are generous and we really enjoyed their sauces and frites(fries). People also really appreciate their Crème de la crème which is a Homemade caramel cream made with salted butter. We would’ve loved to try that next time we’re travelling in Bangalore, till then go and say hi to this extraordinare French fare, in a neighbourhood near you. Till then, Merci beaucoup!