good food in Simi Valley - Great Central Steak and Hoagie
After hearing about this place, I wanted to check it out myself. Went today and was pleasantly surprised. The place is small, and has some seating indoors and out, the food was delicious.
I got a hamburger, which they make in house from ribeye, it was thin, but it was tasty. They also have fresh cut fries which were delicious. Certain days they do homemade potato chips and homemade onion rings.
Friends have gotten the cheesesteaks and liked them. Beware, everything on your sub includes marinara sauce.
the staff there was very nice explaining the toppings, being very courteous when the order was ready.
Great Central Steak and Hoagie
2718 E Los Angeles Ave, Simi Valley
I can't wait to check out the rest of the menu.
So it's related to the Great Western Steak and Hoagie place on Lincoln in Venice. The mention of the marinara was kind of the give away. I eat one or two of the mushroom cheesesteaks a year. It's not fine dining, but for me it's fine. It's across from Witzend, so I usually end up eating in there when I go to see someone perform so I haven't been there much in the past 2 years. The sandwiches come off the grill really hot and they emit steam maybe the first 5 minutes. The sandwiches are definitely not like the regular Philly cheesesteaks sold by the serious purveyors of that style of sandwich.
Thanks. Very reasonable for a cheesesteak, assuming they are decent size. Surprising cheesesteaks are less than the cold hoagies.
I had business in Simi Valley, and went to this place yesterday based on the recommendation. I cannot agree that this is a chow worthy destination, at least based on the hamburger I had. It was indistinguishable from what you would get at any hamburger stand.