Steve's Prince of Steaks
7200 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149
Phone: (215) 338-0290
Phone: (215) 333-3345
Primary Phone: (215) 338-0290
Fax: (215) 333-3345
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Barbecue, Family Style, Steakhouse
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
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Good reviews from the owner do NOT count! Steve's steaks taste like poop steaks. Steve's store is extremely filthy, their prices are unbelievably high, their service is shockingly rude, and their so-called steak is very gristly and tastes like rotting liver. Steve's survives only because of their plethora of obviously fake, owner-written reviews that are posted all over the Web. The only thing that I like about Steve's is their melted American cheese. Everything else sucks!
02/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I honestly don't understand what the Gino's and Pat's people are thinking! No other cheesesteak is quite like
Steve's. I've been eating here ever since my mother was pregnant with me 21 years ago, it's all she would eat, and I have never had a bad cheesesteak from here, ever! The best cheesesteak from any other pizza place in philly i had wasn't even half as good as the worst Steve's sandwich I have ever had. It is THAT good! The cheesewhiz is amazing! The steak isn't diced but sliced and has a flavor and texture like no other cheesesteak. And the fries... Mmmm!!! I ate their hot dogs as a child and I still remember the destinctive taste today, very good! Although, the portions got a little smaller over the years but the taste has never changed. The atmosphere isn't great either but it's a take out joint. Deffinetly worth it. Never really longer then a 10-15 minute wait, it would be worth it anyway.
01/23/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I've tried every cheesesteak you could imagine in Philadelphia and Steeves is the best by far. Its a long, thin, crispy roll, perfectly trimmed rib-eye steak that never has any fat or gristle, and the best cheese (wiz or melted american) I've ever had. The sandwhich is simply incredible, anyone who says otherwise on this site just does not know a Philly cheese steak. Most everyone I know agrees. It's so consistently amazing also I have never gotten a bad steak there. A must visit for anyone in Philly.
08/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A pretty good steak. The meat isn't chopped, but I have grown to like the style. Definitely one of your only choices for a good steak in the Northeast, and it's also one of the only places open after 10pm.
The problem is the rude service. They also have a rule about ""no provolone after 11pm"". I've been a few times and the guy won't explain why you can't get provolone, he just says ""American or Whiz"" over and over. It took me a few times visiting to find out about the strange ""no provolone after 11pm"" rule, which is downright silly. If there were a place with better service around, I'd go there.
03/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A really good sandwich!! The only problem is that the meat is scarce. This joint has built it's reputation deservedly so. I am sure that by now Steve has secured the future of his family for generations to come. It would be very nice for him to show his appreciation to the consumers that helped put him there with a ""perfect"" steak, add enough meat so the roll is not the featured taste.