Elo's Philly Grill

★★☆☆☆
  • 3431 Airport Way S

    Seattle, WA 98134

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  • 206-467-8989

About Elo's Philly Grill

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday Closed Sunday Closed

Food

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I had seen this place from the West Seattle bridge for awhile, and finally got around to trying it. I love Philly Cheesesteaks, and I thought this might be some hidden gem. Boy was I wrong. Not only do they have no idea what a Philly Cheesesteak is, they stink at cooking and running a restaurant. The place is really scuzzy, and the food is representative of that. They might want to get into selling shoes, or digging ditches. Here's a hint, if you are Korean, try sticking with Bul Kogi, or Kalbi, don't try to cook food from a place you've never even been to. Cheeseteaks don't have green peppers, or mushrooms on them, save those for the other bad asian dishes that you serve at a place named after a sandwhich that you have insulted.

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★☆☆☆☆

I had seen this place from the West Seattle bridge for awhile, and finally got around to trying it. I love Philly Cheesesteaks, and I thought this might be some hidden gem. Boy was I wrong. Not only do they have no idea what a Philly Cheesesteak is, they stink at cooking and running a restaurant. The place is really scuzzy, and the food is representative of that. They might want to get into selling shoes, or digging ditches. Here's a hint, if you are Korean, try sticking with Bul Kogi, or Kalbi, don't try to cook food from a place you've never even been to. Cheeseteaks don't have green peppers, or mushrooms on them, save those for the other bad asian dishes that you serve at a place named after a sandwhich that you have insulted.

Pros: Zero

Cons: Scuzzy, inaccessible, bad tasting, not authentic

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I'm from the Philadelphia suburbs and my favorite foods are the hoagie and cheesesteak. I went here about 2 weeks ago and was disatisfied to find that unlike that other place on Queen Anne, they don't have Tastykakes, Philadelphia city guides or newspapers or pictures of famous Philadelphia landmarks. I could tell the owner wasn't from PA because he was asian and was from Seattle. I asked for NO green peppers which I hate, and the guy still put a lot of green pepper on. The sandwich was very small and you have to pay $1 each time you want a refill on your soda. Try Philadelphia Fevre in Queen Anne instead because that will be the closest you can get to a real cheesesteak in Seattle.

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★★☆☆☆

I'm from the Philadelphia suburbs and my favorite foods are the hoagie and cheesesteak. I went here about 2 weeks ago and was disatisfied to find that unlike that other place on Queen Anne, they don't have Tastykakes, Philadelphia city guides or newspapers or pictures of famous Philadelphia landmarks. I could tell the owner wasn't from PA because he was asian and was from Seattle. I asked for NO green peppers which I hate, and the guy still put a lot of green pepper on. The sandwich was very small and you have to pay $1 each time you want a refill on your soda. Try Philadelphia Fevre in Queen Anne instead because that will be the closest you can get to a real cheesesteak in Seattle.

Pros: None

Cons: Everything!

 

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