Phillypinas The Artisanal Cheesesteak

3/F RCBC Plaza, Ayala Ave. cor. Gil Puyat Ave., Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila

Phillypinas The Artisanal Cheesesteak
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Christina R.
3.0 Stars

Original Philly at 230. 9-inch baguette with beef with onions, bell pepper and cheese sauce. Comes with fries. Tastes like a Pinoy version of a philly. Was ok. Has a slightly spicy taste. A bit saltier than what I'm used to. The cheese sauce was placed on the bread, not on the meat which I prefer. Bread was too thin, served soft. Didn't like the bread. More like an 8" than 9". You can see half the sandwich here. I even took at my ruler to measure the other half I took home. Not a big deal though. Bread can't be exactly the same length every time.

It took 15 minutes to get my order, I was the only one waiting for my food. They didn't give me a receipt, even if they used the machine.

Their milkshakes are very affordable at 140, I have yet to try it though. They give their water in this huge jar. It was weird to drink from it.

This is a new restaurant in the building. Their first branch is in Manila. It's a very small place. While it's supposed to be new it doesn't feel new. The walls have black paint marks and their floor is already damaged. I ate at 2pm and there was barely anyone in there. So if you plan to visit avoid the lunch crowd.

I still want to give this place a chance. I'd like to come back to try their veggie version with zucchini and eggplant when they're done with their soft opening and when they clear the place of pests.

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