Tuesday, 19 January 2016

American Food at Liberty Cheesesteak Company


I'm eating around the world without leaving London and this week I had American food at Liberty Cheesesteak Company.

American Food at Liberty Cheesesteak Company

Liberty Cheesesteak Company is a food truck that sells daily on a corner of Spitalfields. They also make appearances on food markets across the capital and you can find those dates on their website. Or if you are lazy, you can get them on Deliveroo as well.

American Food at Liberty Cheesesteak Company

I have been to Philly quite a few times, but I had actually never had the pleasure of trying a Philly Cheesesteak before. And to be absolutely honest, I wasn't actually looking forward to it now. The sacrifices we make as bloggers.

American Food at Liberty Cheesesteak Company

Although, it wasn't much of a sacrifice in hindsight. As it turns out Philly cheesesteaks are really good. It actually wasn't much different from what a burger tastes like, but with chunkier beef. It comes on what Americans call a hoagie, which can described as a soft baguette. I only had a half one, which was just the right size for me, but you can have a whole one as well. You top it off with a choice of provolone, American or Whiz cheese. The latter sounds like it comes out of a can, but don't worry, it tastes amazing.

American Food at Liberty Cheesesteak Company

Combine that with a rootbeer float and you've got a world class American lunch. Shame I only have two, but double big thumbs up to Liberty Cheesesteak Company.

4 comments:

  1. It looks pretty tasty! I have always been put off by the name as I am not really a cheese eater at all. The name is a bit misleading

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    1. I know, I think that is what put me off as well, but I was pleasantly surprised.

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  2. That looks very good, I have never heard of this truck before. I have been to spitfields marked a few times! Looks like a nice treat xx

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    1. They are kind of tucked away in a corner. Hopefully you'll see them next time.

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