This week I’ve moved east from Philadelphia to Wildwood, NJ and the wonderful Jersey shore.
No, don’t run off just yet! There’s no GTL or “battling the beats”, just a nice little write up of some delicious eats.
Yeah, I just did that.
One night, while hanging out with the entire extended family in Wildwood, I sat down to eat a cheese steak from Tony Luke’s.
This sandwich shop, while also being stationed in Philadelphia, is well known for its signature sandwiches and I’m going to let you in on a little secret here: I’ve never had a sandwich from Tony Luke’s.
I know, some of you may wonder how that’s even possible, but now I know what’s I’ve been missing all along.
The sandwich was packed with delicious steak, provolone cheese, and grilled onions and peppers. Despite how much was layered between the bread, the roll did an amazing job at keeping everything together, with a minimal amount of sogginess. The again, I really didn’t give the sandwich enough time to fall apart after I opened it.
The meat was delicious, well cooked, and tender. The onions and peppers were well cooked too, not soggy, and still with a little pop left to them. The ony thing that caught me off guard was the use of red peppers instead of green peppers, which lent a slightly different taste to the sandwich.
The cheese was also very noticeable on this sandwich because there was so much piled on. In some bites it was almost overpowering and definitely caused my tongue to get stuck sometimes. Regardless, provolone trumps wiz any day and it still made this sandwich a real winner.
One day, I’ll have to rank all of the cheesesteaks I’ve eaten in a blog entry, but for now, you should know that Tony Luke’s is definitely a worthwhile destination.
And so ends my trip back home to Philadelphia. Much fun was had by all, and many sandwiches were eaten by me. Many thanks to my family for always making trips back east exceptional.