There this one restaurant Ryan and I like to go to once a week called HRD Coffee Shop. I suppose you'd call it a hole-in-the-wall-grease-spoon place, but in actuality, it's probably a lot better in both quality and value than your average fast food chain. Heck, a newspaper dipped in soy sauce is probably better in both quality and value than your average fast food chain (except Newspaper Soy Joy, a fictional national fast food chain I made up for the sake of this post).
After going to this place for the last few months, the staff have gotten to know us pretty well. Anyway, to the sandwich.
I'd say it was overall a very filling meal. A Mongolian beef cheesesteak sandwich is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Mongolian beef on a roll with some cheese melted on top. The idea is pretty ridiculous, but the results were pretty amazing. The Mongolian beef they serve here specifically is a little drier and chewier than I'm used to, but by no means was it unsatisfying. You couldn't taste much of the cheese and it seemed to just add color than anything else.
However, at $5.95 in the city, this is one of the best deals in town.
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