Classic Philly Cheesesteak and Fries Review

I was given a philly cheesesteak and some seasoned fries to try. The french fries are regular, crinkled cut fries seasoned straight out of the fryer. Seasoned, crispy, and soft is how I would describe these fries. The philly cheesesteak came standard, with seasoned, thinly-sliced beef, fresh cut onions and green bell peppers, topped with a generous amount of white cheese. What surprised me about this philly was the bread it came on, as I was expecting a basic hoagie bun that is often used for philly cheesesteaks. This bread is a Mexican bread, called bolillo (pronounced bol.ee.yo ), which is quite similar to french bread. Bobby toasted both sides of the bolillo with butter, creating a great, crunchy texture that helps holds the things inside. This bread was kind of sweet in my opinion, which added a positive characteristic to the philly. The bread was also a little flaky, combining well with being toasted. Overall, the taste of the philly cheese steak was good! You can definitely taste how fresh the onions and bell peppers are as the flavors of the seasoned, seared beef and white cheese mix in your mouth. Like I stated earlier, the bread was toasted on both sides that created an amazing crunchy texture, but it still had a delicious, soft and flaky inside. 

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