Who makes the best cheesesteak? Pat's Steaks is a perennial heavyweight in the battle for the ultimate title among Philly cheesesteak makers. The thin ... More
Pat's King of Steaks
Who makes the best cheesesteak? Pat's Steaks is a perennial heavyweight in the battle for the ultimate title among Philly cheesesteak makers. The thin steak strips, Italian rolls, hot peppers, onions and Cheeze Whiz (playfully called "whiz" or "cheddar" when ordering) are very popular anytime of the day or night. It's all outside seating, which can be a bit chilly in January. Most people order and then drive to a warm building to eat.
not a thing,eating outside,nice pepole,grate food,hot pepers,good pork,great hot dogs,hot hot hot suuce,I like every thing about this place it must be the best ,every one wants to be pats kking of steaks.
While in college here in the 60's, was introduced to Pat's by South Philly frat brothers. Visited here many times for a quick and origional steak sandwich while going to a game at the Vets, Palestra, to the beach for the weekend, or after a weekend frat party. The food was always good and hot, the service fast, and it was open 24hrs...what more could you ask for ! Bring new friends here for a piece of origional Phila... others remember it fondly years later...what can I say !
I tried both Pat's and Geno's and Pat's by far was much better. I am a first time visitor to Philadelphia from Ohio and wanted to have a real Cheesesteak. Pat's steak had better taste and was not trimmed like a gyro, like I got at Geno's. The service was excellent and the employee's were very helpful. The prices were about the same as you would pay in Ohio. The condiment table was stocked to the max and there was plenty of outside seats to sit on. The neighborhood seemed like a very nice place a family can go. I will stop at Pat's the next time I come back to Philadelphia.
I moved from the east coast back in 84 and waited 20 years to have a cheesesteak this good again! Worth every year. Searched in vain out in California for anything that might come close, but no luck. Can't wait till I can go back, planning a trip soon.
Want the real experience of "THE" Philly Cheese Steak. Eat here. We had a 4 hour layover on the way home after spending a week in the Bahamas, got a limo to take us there, and we ate like pigs. This meal was the best part of our 8 day vacation. Food was great. Not a sitdown place to eat, but talk about the real deal....so much fun. A must try.
I only wish they had a better way of displaying their peppers and condiments.. It is in the open with no lids or anything..and hence a bit unclean.. coz anything can fly in and out of those containers plus the smoke from passing vehicles, dust and dirt ...please ..u earn loads and ur food is great but invest a bit... cleanliness is an issue.. atleast for me..
You cannot spit as far as GNose when you eat at Pat's.
If going to GNose is one of your top ten reasons to visit Philadelphia - forgetaboutit. The meat was tasteless. The service horrible. I returned the sandwich after taking a few bites. When I asked for the manager, I was told to go to the next window and the window was slammed in my face.
Now if you are interested in Pat's Steak and want to know how to get there by subway:
-Take the orange line South and exit at Federal
-Continue South on Broad Street to Wharton
-Take a left on Wharton until you reach a small ball park
-Pat's will be on your right
Andy from Miami
There was nothing to like. The bread was stale the meat was gristly and it was soaked in grease. I will never go back again. Just bad. You will get a better cheese stake at any other place in town. You will actually get a beter one from steakums or what ever that stuff is.
The food was bad but worse then that the service was atrocious. They treated you like they were doing you a favor by eating there. I would never go back. And I had been going there for years. But it has gotten worse the last few visits.
You can get nice neat cheesesteaks at all the other places, but if you want the best, goto pats! Geno's is accross the street, so why not try both while you're there. See which one you like best. Just don't get caught crossing the street!
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