We stopped here at the end of the evening to culminate my best friends bachelor party. We took a cab and I would advise anyone else to do the same at this late hour. It was about 1:30 am and there was still a pretty sizeable crowd. We didnt wait long and my one friend lives in the area so... 更多
have eaten at all of the cheesesteak spots in philly and gents still takes the cake! the flavor alone makes it the best. I have eaten them at all hours of the day and they are always awesome. the lines are long but move fast and nothing better then some cheese fries with two provolone wit!!
You have to experience the ordering process, the neighborhood, the great sandwich. Must have cash -- they don't take any other form of payment.
9.50 for a cheese steak. 4.00 for a cup of fries. I know this is the east coast and things cost more. But you are only paying for a name. The place looks great with black, white, and orange decor. The decor matches the local hockey team colors. As to the food. The steak was thick cut and parts of... 更多
Arrived to a line, but it moved very quickly. Wanted an authentic experience and felt I got that. Steak was tender, provolone and onions a nice complement, and the bread buttery and crisp at the same time. I guess the true Philly people get Steak whiz with cheese wiz, but not my style.
Went by when in the neighborhood for the experience, the Cheesesteak was "ok" not the best I've had, way overpriced at $17.00 for a sandwich, fries and a soft drink. It's worth the trip for shtick alone. A buddy of mine and I went, one went to Geno's and the other went to Pat's We split the sandwiches, so we... 更多
the cheesesteaks were chintzy, and lacking of flavor and cheese. We went to Pat's as well. Please don't drive to Philly in need of one of these sandwiches. You can probably get one just as good at your local sub shop.
Expect a long line and disorganization from the start. I ordered and got somebody else"s cheesesteak. I just ate. Why they can't figure out a service line and why you have to stand cramped by a window while 10 feet of space is wasted is not good business sense.
So a small challenge we started many years ago dating has grown to involve our children. The "food of the city/area" challenge. For Philadelphia - it was the Philly Cheesesteak war..... We took on the challenge as a family to do the Food War between Geno's and Pat's (and then our middle child decided it should include one more location... 更多
It was just ok. I stood and waited in that incredibly long line for something that was just ok, I guess I expected more since this has been hyped as one of the best places for cheese steak. Maybe since I am a southern girl, I really don't understand.
We ordered provolone with and then down the line fries, chili fries and drinks, after waiting 30 plus minutes in line. Service was pretty quick even with the wait, the sandwich was boring, sorry but the only good part of it was the bread, really needs something,for us nationally have helped, the fries were the only menu option for the... 更多
Stopped here today on a rainy day thinking the lines might be shorter, but they were still busy. Ordered 3 wiz without. Not the best steak I've ever had but not the worst. Rolls are fresh and the meat was on the thicker side. Some people in other reviews have been negative, but I can't agree. Geno's serves a good... 更多
I went to Philly with high expectations on a cheesesteak sandwich. I tried one at Pat's, one at Geno's and one from the Reading Market. I wasn't impressed with any of them, I have personally had better and several places here to Texas. I don't get all of the hype.....