I'll start off by saying my time in Philly gave me high standards for cheesesteaks. Was this tasty? Yes. Authentic? Close, but no cigar. I really appreciate that they get Amoroso rolls from Philly, but something is lost in transit. It seems like the bread softens and loses its crispy exterior. The meat was moist and greasy, like it should be, but had a flavor I did not expect. It was almost like a tinge of teriyaki flavor in the meat. There was ample whiz and onions, but I'd appreciate a bit more meat in the sandwich. Finally, there's no reason it needs to cost $9. The ingredients in a cheesesteak are cheap by nature. It should consist of the cheapest cut of beef, whiz from an industrial can, and bread.