Basic Four Vegetarian Snack Bar was the last vegan stop in Philadelphia during my 8-hour trip (Following up my posts in Philadelphia, I only have 8 hours out of 15 hours to enjoy Philadelphia due to missed flight in SFO, thanks lots United) My partner ordered it and brought it with us to the airport. The vegan stop was located at the Reading Terminal Market, about few minutes walk from our hotel. The vegan philly cheesesteak sub was about $7, if you add some veggies. Pretty cheap for a vegan foot-long sub, but damn good! They have another filling for the sub which was called “tuna salad”, but it was mostly made of carrots. So I wasn’t sure if I wanted vegan tuna salad made of “carrots” but it was interesting (you can see the orange stuff in the bowl).
I had to admit after flying to San Francisco (6-hour flight from PHIL), I ate this vegan Philly cheesesteak sub from “Philadelphia” and it tasted damn good. I liked how they don’t have to rely on Daiya cheese such as Blackbird Pizzeria (the worst type of vegan restaurant I’ve been to). They have an interesting creamy cheese within the sub as well as the yummy Philly-style seitan. I wished I have another one. I would go back to Basic Four Vegetarian Snack Bar for their yummy Philly cheesesteak sandwich.
Mind the gross wraps. It was like that when it was wrapped plus the long flight from PHIL to SFO, made the sauces all concentrated within the sub.