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- Sandwiches, Salad, Subs, American, Traditional
I was very disappointed in food quality, taste, value, etc... Im from East Coast and I know what philly cheesesteaks should taste like. The sandwiches from Texadelphia must be an inferior Texas version. It just did not taste good at all and the variety of sauces didnt help. Tortilla chips with philly cheesesteaks.... really? Some combo
soggy bun , overcooked meat
Didn't like anything about it..
Should have A1 steak sauce and Coke Zero.
great place for a quick lunch
It's a little pricey, but you get really good quality food.
Keep up the great work! I love having a Texadelphia so close to work!
The studemont location is a great place nestled in the midst of little shops.
I usually go to the one off of 1960 in Houston but they indicate on a sign on the window "they do not take Groupons.
From Our Editors
Texadelphia's empire of sandwiches is built on a deep love of the philly cheesesteak. The founder moved from Philadelphia to Austin, where he infused his favorite sandwich with a mélange of Southwestern flavors. Texadelphia’s kitchen team piles ingredients such as jalapenos and guacamole onto the beef and mozzarella of traditional cheesesteaks, often covering it all in their secret mustard sauce. A further testament their appreciation of freshness, they locally source their ingredients whenever possible. The menu, like Texadelphia, has expanded over the years, adding hamburgers and deli sandwiches as the restaurant added locations in Houston, Dallas, Oklahoma, and Mars—which is almost as big as Texas.