Sunday, December 28, 2008
Texadelphia started as a hole-in-the-wall in Austin, Texas. We ate there a lot because it was on the way home from the graduate school and because it is really good. The first location has gone upscale and there are now several locations in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio. The main food item here is a Texas cheesesteak. I say Texas because I don't want Philly fans to get all over me and say it is not athentic, it's not. It's a Texas take on the cheesesteak that comes with chips and salsa; you can also add one of several sauces, my favorite is the original mustard blend. You should also order some queso to start with. As they have grown, Texadelphia has added chicken cheesesteak and a few other sandwich options as well as chicken tenders and hamburgers for the kids.
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