4.0 out of 5 stars
*****Since I wrote this review, Joey’s II has since changed their name to Frankie and the K’s.*****
My next review took me to Chester County and to the borough of Phoenixville. For my next reviews I visited Joey’s II Famous Philly Cheesesteaks and More. As usual I tried a regular cheesesteak with provolone cheese and fried onions. Even though I am starting to get close to my personal choice of only trying cheesesteaks within 30 minutes of my home, I figured that after reading about Joey’s Famous and the mostly positive reviews I would try them myself just to see if what everyone else was saying was in fact true.
Bread-The bread was really fresh. It was a Liscio roll which you could tell was baked fresh that day. It was really tasty and I don’t much more to say about that bread except for that which means it was only average.
Cheese-The cheese was really amazing. It was some of the very best tasting provolone cheese I have ever had. There was also a ton of it. It was melted throughout the entire cheesesteak which is a huge plus. The cheese was probably my favorite part of the entire sandwich.
Meat-The meat was really tasty and diced up in to smaller pieces which I am huge proponent of. The quality of the meat was also very good as there was not fat or gristle on any of the meat nor was their any grease. However the meat was really overcooked. Probably about half of the meat was cooked too long and there were a ton of burnt pieces. This really hurt their overall rating.