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"Everyone knows South
Philly for its hoagies. With cuts of meat coming in
fresh from the Italian market and some of the
region's best cheeses on hand, it's almost easy to
run a deli. But there are some people that wish to
cut that exclusivity away from one neighborhood and
branch it out to the suburbs, even other states.
The deli at
Meadowbrook, owned by the DiPascale family, has done
that superbly. While serving partly as a
MFC finds its niche in
sandwiches. Cold or hot, this little absentee piece
of South Philly serves a plethora of Italian
favorites, as well as some specialty hoagies not
seen anywhere else. For instance, the Kitchen Sink
contains premium turkey breast, shredded prosciutto,
sharp provolone cheese, broccoli rabe, roasted red
peppers, and hunks of fresh mozzarella.
The sandwich choice
alone makes this place a cut above the rest, but its
what they do with the sandwiches that makes
truly special. Unlike most delis,
MFC isn't stingy
with the meat and cheese. While their Italian and
American hoagies seem to be comparable to the size
of most others', everything else on the menu is
monstrous in portion. A normal 6-inch hoagie weighs
about a pound, and the brunt of that is meat. Piles
of turkey, roast beef, or ham, and whatever cheese
you want from their excellent selection. In the end,
you're paying $5.50 to $6 bucks, about what you would
in the city anyway.
Also, the bread here
really stands out. Their normal Italian rolls are
pretty damn good, and they also offer Sarcone's
seeded for a little extra per sandwich.
Aside from hoagies,
they offer full lunchmeat service, hot foods, most
groceries, and even full-on catering for parties.
I simply cannot say
enough about Meadowbrook. If I could give it any
more stars, I would in a heartbeat. I implore anyone
in the Delaware Valley to find me a better hoagie.
Until then, this place is king."
- Steve R
We couldn't say it any
better! Thank you Steve.