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Cheesesteak Review #6: Pudge’s Steaks and Hoagies of Blue Bell

4 out of 5 stars

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Continuing the trend I ordered a regular cheesesteak with fried onions and provolone from Pudge’s located in Blue Bell.

Bread–A little flaky but still tasty.  By the end of the experience the bun was getting a little soggy, but in a good way.

Cheese–Once again I was disappointed by the amount of cheese.  All this sandwich needed to be awesome was a little more cheese. The cheese was cooked with the meat so it wasn’t a complete disappointment.

Meat–The meat was cut up in fine pieces which is starting to become a trend amongst the last few cheesesteaks I sampled.  It was very easy to chew and also very tasty and tender.  The meat probably could have been cooked a little more but it was still good.

Amount-The regular size is about 12 inches and as you can see from the picture it was packed full of meat and loaded with onions.  I had a hard time finishing it in one sitting, but I am fat and I did it anyway.

Fried Onions-Definitely too much onion, and once again they were’t mixed in with the meat and cheese.  Instead they were just thrown on top of the meat.  They were barely fried as well and they were just about raw.

In all I thoroughly enjoyed this cheesesteak.  This is the second time I have eaten their cheesesteak and just like the first time, I left the restaurant extremely satisfied.    If you are in the Blue Bell area I definitely recommend Pudge’s.  If you aren’t a cheesesteak fan I recommend their Ultimate Pork sandwich which comes with spinach and sharp provolone.

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