Saturday, February 13, 2010

Brother's Pizza and Restaurant

We wanted to have pho. We drove to our normal pho place, Savor Saigon, but it was closed. We should have known better, since they get wimpy and close whenever it's snowy (we also tried there in December when we ended up at Cheeseburger in Paradise for the first time).

So, we went a couple doors down and tried Brother's Pizza and Restaurant. This is not the same Brother's Pizza that we had back in November, it's a completely different place (not a chain). It's a small little place, and a lot of people got the pizza ($2 a slice, either with tax or they're not charging tax, since many people just gave two singles). We were hankering for something else, so Jonathan got a cheesesteak and I got a chicken wrap with fries.

The cheesesteak was massive, packed full of meat and had the good, melty provolone. He liked it a lot. My chicken wrap also had provolone, and then boasted roasted peppers, tomatoes, and onions. The wrap was more like a pita than a tortilla, which was different. But good. My only complaint was that the grilled chicken was pretty dry, and I had to add ketchup. The fries were very dry and very plain, and I liked them that way. No grease, no soggies, no salt.

We got our order to go, and they were pretty quick, considering they had to cook it all. It was a good deal, and we'll be back (especially after seeing their pizzas!!).

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