Located on Northline Rd in Southgate, MI, is Joey’s Famous Philly Cheesesteaks. With a menu consisting of cheese steaks, pizza, hoagies, salads, and Italian & Sicilian favorites, Joey’s has a something to satisfy any craving. I really liked that there were a lot of different types of cheese steaks (more than 15) and sides. Joey’s also offers pizza and cheese steak “sushi” which includes your choice of toppings and homemade dough rolled into pin wheels and baked. The sushi is even served with sauce to dip and chopsticks. Very unique and creative! The Chipotle sweet potato and seasoned waffle fries sounded delicious as well. See how they ranked.
Atmosphere: 2.5 out of 5 bites
Price: 3 out of 5 bites
Quality/Taste: 1.5 out of 5 bites
Service: 4 out of 5 bites
Wow Factor: 2 out of 5 bites
“The Guido” cheesesteak: Steak, Giardiniera pepper mix, onions & Provolone cheese. The bread was really good, soft and fresh with a slight chew. The steak was tender, but extremely salty which ruined the whole sandwich. It was really hard to enjoy the cheese steak because of the overwhelming amount of salt and I couldn’t finish it.
Service was good, but the experience was disappointing. This really bummed me out because I have been wanting to try Joey’s for a while. It would really help if the hours of operation were posted for customers. I don’t know if I just ordered the “wrong” cheese steak or if it was just a fluke experience, but I do believe that Joey’s has a good thing going. They just need to ease up on the sodium and let the cheese steaks do the talking.
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