...and she's only
been eating vegetarian cheesesteaks from
a guide to veggie
steaks in philly.
as featured in carolyn wyman's "the great philadelphia cheesesteak book"
since 11.01.07, updated 04.06.13(added breezy's, removed home slice)
637 n. third st., 215-627-6711
delicious steak, bigger chunks of seitan. definitely a must try if you're in theneighborhood.
reading terminal market, 11th and arch
vegadelphia meat but with soy
cheese and mayo it makes
a great sandwich. they've got a fantastic vegan reuben too.
507 s 6th st - in gianna's old location
thin sliced sietan, daiya vegan cheese on a great roll. fantastic vegan pizza and other sandwiches.
2011 reed st, 267.858.4186
seitan, vegan cheese, veganaise, peppers, onions on an awesome roll. plenty of other solid veggie&vegan options at this point breeze gem.
citizens bank park
4th & South Streets & 4000 spruce st.
vegadelphia meat on a great roll w/optional soy cheese, soy mayo, lettuce, tomato, onion, ketchup, salt and pepper. i usually skip the cold items. the staff is great and they've got a lot of other veggie items. i eat this one at least once a week for lunch due to it's proximity to my workplace and it makes me quite happy.
1214 sansom street
fantastic vegan cheese steak with homemade vegan cheese. it's my new favorite.
gourmet to go*
1408 south street, 215-985-9303
god damn amazing.
i recommend a chicken cheese steak with pepper steak
sauce followed by a scoop of their vegan ice cream with a half dozen vegan donuts to go.
127 s. 18th
awesome cheesesteak - with mushrooms, lettuce, tomato and a vegan cheese sauce. everything else looks just as great there. go now.
upenn dining hall between 34th and 35th
the grill has a veggie cheesesteak
and the crepe
place has beef and chicken crepes - both vegadelphia
1824 east passyunk
classic philly cheesesteak made with chunks of seitan.
little pete's diner
219 s. 17th st
carts at 36th and spruce and 34th and walnut
on a wrap instead of bread.
corner of 11th and chestnut
mi lah vegetarian
218 s. 16th st
i don't know what took me so long to try this sandwich. great roll(not too crunchy, not too soft), delicious sauce, peppers and mushrooms. the place gets a bad rap for nice vegan dining(because it's only competition when they opened was horizons), but what they're doing with lunch seems to work.
16th and spruce
fantastsic little sandwich. and i
do mean little. they say "long roll", i say
735 s. 10th at fitzwater
goodness market & cafe
2000 walnut st
1214 walnut st.
an indian veggie cheesesteak. it's
pretty delicious. obviously not very traditional.
6008 germantown ave
ricks steaks @liberty place*
16th and chestnut
vegadelphia meat but with some classic philly love put into it.
the pope(pub on
1501 e. passyunk ave
this is a great veggie steak.
a little greasy, optional vegan cheese, lately the roll's been kind of stale. served w/ fantastic fries.
910 christian st.
served with long hots and
mushrooms. i suspect
the meat is the jarred seitan in the asian market. this may have been the first veggie steak i had in philly about 9 years ago.
corner of 11th and spruce
corner 7th and south street
225 church st, between 2nd and 3rd just north of market
530 south st
veggie steak and veggie chicken
1126 s. 9th st, in the italian market just south of washington
vegan steaks with daiya cheese. the closest i've found to a sloppy philly cheesesteak
village kitchen and pizzeria
825 s. 4th st, at the corner of queen and 4th
veggie steaks with vegadelphia meat. they also have vegadelphia vegan crab cakes, btw
* indicates that your
daughter can also enjoy non-dairy based cheese with her veggie
what's up with the name?
ask the plaintiff.
what's vegadelphia meat?
a philadelphia company that produces fake veggie cheese
it's like the boca burger of the veggie steak world.
they make chicken
and beef and
they're both 100% vegan. it's not bad at
all, really. but it is going
to be pretty much the
same wherever you get it, which is why the