Great Steak & Potato Co.

Yesterday, for the first time ever, I tried the Great Steak & Potato Co. for lunch. I was with a friend, and we both ordered steak sandwiches with cheese, onion and bell peppers. We also ordered a few side dishes like Jalapeno poppers and onion rings. Our order for 2 large meals and 2 side orders was KD 8.700, which I though was a bit too much for a couple of sandwiches.

The sandwiches were ok, I wouldn’t order them again. I might try chicken next time, but so far I’m not that impressed with this place to be honest. What struck me as totally shocking was our side orders.

  • The Jalapeno poppers were exactly three small pieces, costing one KD. That’s more than a $ a piece. I put in the ketchup packet for size comparison, to show you how small the pieces were.
  • The onion rings were also very disappointing. The rings were very small in diameter, tasted totally frozen\fried, and were also expensive. They too costed one KD.

Like I said, I wouldn’t order from this place again. The steak sandwich tasted very bland, not the meat nor the cheese has any distinctive taste. And for this bill price, I could order me four perfect cheese steak sandwiches from Bredz.

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7 Responses to Great Steak & Potato Co.

  1. Kuwaitiful says:

    The only thing I like from G.S is their chicken teriyaki, that’s the only thing worth having. All appetizers are over priced.

    • buzfairy says:

      I am going to try ther tiryaki, I think the terriyaki sauce is strong and adds flavor to the sandwich. I mean, I wish it does 🙂

      The appetiser prices are very ridiculous 😦

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  3. 3ateeja says:

    ma jrabt side dishes mn gabel bs athker jrabt mnhom chicken sandwich kanat juicy o lathetha !

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