Roast Pork, Subs & Cheesesteaks - Plymouth Meeting/Conshy/Norristown
Just started working in the area and will be on the lookout for the best Italian Subs, Roast Pork, and Cheesesteaks for occasional lunch, and would love any suggestions within this 5 mile or so area.
So far, I've tried Lenny's Italian Deli and Lee's Hoagie House - can't complain about either, but not all that I'm hoping for.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions - particularly on the roast pork.
Lee's Hoagie House
230 N Maple Ave, Marlton, NJ 08053
Brother Paul's in Eagleville does an italian pulled pork with roasted peppers and sharp provolone that isnt bad.
Capone's pork is good.. get some hot peppers on the side (come out of a jar). They dont use sharp provolone. Nice and juicy with some au jus on the side.
You need to try Zep's at both Eve's and Lou's if you want to eat a local delicacy.
Sessano's roast pork is top notch.
I'm a Lou's guy over Eve's. Small zep with hots.
For a bit of a car trip, try the pork at Giovanni's Italian Market ontop of mile hill on Ridge right before Collegeville. Or better yet, get the cutlet, long hots and sharp prov.
You should definately get familiar with Corrpolease bakery as well.
And please, Hoagie.
I also suggest the roast beef sandwich (not a hoagie) at Ye Ole Ale House on Germantown in Lafayette Hill.
must go to Pudge's for cheesesteak. Consistently great, huge. Their hoagies are quite good, too.
Primo's on ridge an obvious (chain) choice for hoagies. T'dori's also makes a good sandwich.
Phil's tavern is not far away (15 minutes) for a good sitdown lunch. decent cheesesteaks of the massive variety.
I love roast pork, but can't think of a better choice than Lennys' in the immediate area. Not the best I ever had, but they used to be quite tasty.
If it's within your range, try a cheesesteak hoagie or cheesesteak at Cisco's on Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown.
Give Fat Daddy's on Plymouth Road in Plymouth Meeting a shot as well.
I agree with the others about trying zeps. In all the years I've been going to Eve's Lunch, I've never tried Lou's. However, when I do go to Eve's I almost always get a meatball with provolone.
Talluto's in Norristown has a pretty good hoagie (not a sub) - it's a great little italian market that smells divine....if you were willing to venture out further Sonny's Deli in Limerick is excellent. If you are looking for a more 'sub' par hoagie ( ha ha ha ) try WaWa.