Taylor Charles Steak & Ice
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"Those grilled onions (make sure to request a few extra), plus the cherry peppers, pickles and hot sauce, are complementary" Writer, they may well complement the cheesesteak, but the word you're looking for is complimentary.
Went to Taylor Charles twice. IMO, they nailed the bread. The bread is as good as anything you'll find on Passyunk. Other local cheesesteaks are made with bread that's far too soft. By the time you get to the last have of your sandwich, the bread falls apart. The bread during both of my trips was fresh; nothing stale. Chewy, just like home. The ribeye is grilled in thin slabs. I prefer my steak chopped more. The meat was also a bit over-seasoned. They cook the meat fresh; in Philly they have mounds of meat cooked and ready to go at all times. This means you wait a bit for your sandwich here. The mound also steams the meat, making it tender. Tried yellow and white whiz. Their white whiz was tasty, but I like the yellow. Onions were solid.
Sorry, but the arrogance of this guy telling us to get over it, please, its strange that he's had a number of complaints on the bread, and the hardness of it, to the point people were complaining of sore jaws, cut tongues, cheeks, etc., and the nerve of this guy to tell us(paying customers) to get over it. Your basically talking about finding a softer bread...thats it thats all, but to tell people to get over it! I will and the rest of my friends will never buy a sandwich from the deli-or this new steak place....simply based on this attitude towards paying customers to not appease with a softer bread. Not to worry the word will spread, and has spread, not just in regards to the bread but also the awful arrogance of the owners to not app