Philadelphia, PA - Quick Cuisine, New Castle, DE. It was a Thursday morning, and I just spent 2 hours at DMV formalizing my Delaware citizenship. I was starving and happy to see the McDonald's drive-thru line was way too long, and I was close to Quick Cuisine.
Quick Cuisine on Terminal Road
As you'll see in the video Quick Cuisine is on Terminal Road near the 495 exit and the entrance to the port of Wilmington.
Quick Cuisine has been on my go-to list for some time now, and I may have driven by Quick Cuisine a few times, tried to look in the windows, and thought, 'I'm not going in there.'
I'm not saying I was afraid to go into Quick Cuisine. Let's just call it apprehensive. I am glad my starvation and a steady flow of customers got me over my apprehensiveness.
This was a darn good breakfast stop, and the inside decor is much more engaging than the exterior of the building.
They open at 5:30 am, and the menu board says, "lunch all day." As I was reading the menu board, when a nice woman behind the counter, hang-up the phone on a customer placing an order for a cheesesteak with fried eggs. Being that it was 9:30 am, I followed suit ordered the cheesesteak with fried eggs.
It was large and looked like it had at least 3 eggs on it. The roll was big, fresh, and traditional with a decent amount of cheesesteak meat, fried onion, and fried eggs laid on top. As a breakfast sandwich, this was phenomenal and a big boy sandwich for only $9.
If I was on a Breakfast Sandwich Adventure, this would be one of my top sandwiches. But, I am on a Cheesesteak Adventure and gave it a very respectful score of 89 out of 100.
Almost forgot, make your sandwich a meal by adding a piece of delicious cake for $1.50.
Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure at Quick Cuisine, 525 Terminal Ave, New Castle, DE.
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