Are you Team Cheez Whiz or Team Provolone? This is the kind of question you're going to need to ask yourself before stepping foot into SU-Bees in South Everett. My husband was horrified when I ordered my cheesesteak with Cheez Whiz, but I had to. Firstly, I've only ever tried one with provolone before. Secondly, I only just found out in the last 12 months that a traditional cheesesteak is served with Cheez Whiz. How did I attend college for four years, just an hour away from Philly, and not know this?
SU-Bees is hidden away in an unassuming strip mall right by the Target and Trader Joes on Everett Mall Way. There was also a tasty looking cookie shop and a restaurant totally devoted to tamales. So, you may just want to spend the day in this complex, eating and napping in your car in between meals.
Guys! I don't even know where to begin. The service was great. It's a cute, cozy little shop with a warm color palette and multiple flat screens so you can watch the game, or whatever you're into. The sandwiches were cheesy and drippy. The meat was cooked perfectly. The bread has a nice chew to it. The prices were reasonable, and did I mention the Pizza Fries!?!
I love loaded fries. I love them about as much as I love it when a restaurant puts pulled pork, or pastrami, or buffalo chicken on top of my beef burger. It's unnecessary, unhealthy, and totally indulgent. I almost always have to order chili cheese fries or poutine if they are an option. SU-Bees has pizza fries, and they are exactly what you'd think, delicious crispy fries smothered in mozzarella, marinara, and oregano. The only thing I would change would be an addition of pepperoni slices, but I'm a bit extra.
I'm a not-for-profit worker that loves food, both healthy and indulgent. I've eaten the 12 egg omelette at Beth's Cafe: toast, hash browns, and all. Take that Adam Richman!