Serving delicious sandwiches and a range of deli fare, this sandwich shop is known as the most famous deli in Atlantic City, and has been a favourite ... More
White House Sub Shop, Inc.
Serving delicious sandwiches and a range of deli fare, this sandwich shop is known as the most famous deli in Atlantic City, and has been a favourite of such luminaries as Frank Sinatra and George Clooney.
Product was good but over rated. I love a good sandwich and this place was a mass production shop. Bread was kinda dry.=. We wainted almost 45 minutes and the food was adequate at best. I think the hoagies in NE Philly are the best
I kept on hearing from people "The best Cheesesteaks are in AC, the White House Subs". So after hearing this from a number of people I stopped there 1 day while in AC & I was not very impressed. I can probably think of about 15 places I've had cheesesteaks that have been just as good or better, it was just OK, maybe slightly above average. Clearly not worth the 1 hour wait in line. The big problem is that everybody in front of me was ordering like 10 subs & the line was not moving at all, obviously not the employees fault but I would never go back to this place for that reason. Too many good restaurants in AC to waiste my time in line at a OK sub shop.
Awesome subs in the same cool little shop that my parents ate at more than 55 years ago. You will never look at the likes of Subway or Blimpy the same...there simply is no comparison. Order ahead, and when you get a busy signal, keep trying. There is a reason that they're busy.
It's all about the bread, the best bread I've ever had to be apart of a sub. In NC you just can't find a sub that isn't over powered by the bread nor can you find a sub that doesn't get soggy if you use oil and vinegar.
No doubt the sandwiches are good but I was from Philadelphia and you can get the same quality or better in Philadelphia. The one thing that disturbed me is the waiting system. Take a number and wait in the rear near the bathrooms and small walkway, trash being processed through the waiting people. People waiting up front blocking the walk path for a seat at the booths. My experience was distasteful because some customers are taking a number for take-out and also waiting in line for a booth and whichever comes first they take it. I was already waiting 30 minutes for take out when I viewed some people occupying a booth and then giving their number to someone who had just arrived. That number was several numbers before mine and they were waited on and gone before my number was called. I brought this to the attention of the cashier only to be put off saying, "Oh no, that doesn't happen". I explained the situation three times to three people the last person stating that they could not control that and I would have to take it up with the customer. I told them that their cheese steaks were not worth a fight. I was then told not to come back which I stated that I would not and will not. That's all I have to say about White House.
Without question the best sandwich I have ever had. The bread is what makes it so good. The service is great too, they move very fast for the volume of people that walk in their shop everyday. A lot of people think that they are rude, they are not rude, they are busy and trying to get you in and out of there as quickly as possible.
I do not know what all the hype is about this place. Yes the sandwich was stuffed but with cooked Salami, cheap ham-o-cola and tasteless Provolone. I'm from Philly and let me tell you that this is not an Italian Hoagie! The bread was the best part of the sandwich. To make matters worse the workers were extremely rude.
Take a break from the Casino and indulge in a White House sub. Probably the best you will ever have. There is certainly nothing like in Canada!
The wait can be long, and the counter staff a bit scruffy, but the end result certainly worth it, although I wouldn't wander the neighbourhood much after dark