Dec. 8, 2016

Bambini's Steaks and Hoagies

October 16, 2013, 12:00 am

So you own a ski equipment rental shop and you’re looking to rebrand your space during the offseason, what do you do? If you’re husband and wife team Chip and Lynsey Storm, you open up a Philly cheesesteak and hoagie food truck, natch. Options abound at the newest kid on the mobile culinary block, from the original Bambini ($8.49)—which features thinly sliced Angus sirloin on a hoagie roll flown in from the City of Brotherly Love and topped with a mound of grilled onions—to the “Storm Steak” ($8.79) a classic Philly with diced green chile added to “kick it up a notch.” Whether you’re a Pat’s fan or a Geno’s enthusiast, any true cheesesteak connoisseur worth his salt can let you know that what really makes the simple sandwich a true meal, is your choice of cheese. Bambini’s offers three options: Provolone, American, or Whiz. Hint: order the knockout Whiz and get ready to race up the longest flight of stairs you can find as “Gonna Fly Now” plays in your head. Insert any other Philadelphia pop culture reference here.

905 S St. Francis Dr., 699-2243
Lunch Monday-Saturday, 11 am-3 pm, $8


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