WE tried a signature sandwich from a food stall that is so popular it forced a business to completely rebrand.

Philly Loaded has been serving its now-famous Philly cheesesteak hoagie rolls for the past nine weeks.

They sell out so quickly the street food venue was forced to rebrand from The Saucy Italian on Angel Place.

There are several variations of the cheesesteak available, including the OG Philly, the BBQ Cheesesteak, the Bacon Cheesesteak and the Philly Heatwave.

Costing around £10 they will set you back a bit more than a supermarket meal deal - but we wanted to find out if it was worth it.

There are three staple ingredients -  steak, cheese and onions - but the choices proved too tempting.

We asked co-owner and grill operator, Dan O'Brien, what his personal recommendation would be for us to sample, and he made us his top choice - the OG Philly with the blue cheese sauce.

The sandwich was served on a soft hoagie roll, with a creamy blue cheese sauce, thinly sliced steak, sweet onions and a blend of mozzarella and cheddar cheese.

We took the sandwich back to the WN office and divided it among the news team to get a well-rounded review of the popular sandwich.

The succulent steak melts in the mouth and paired well with the blend of cheeses.

The biggest surprise was the creamy blue cheese sauce, which although may not be for everyone, really brought all of the flavours together and was the perfect accompaniment to the sandwich.

The sharpness of the sauce contrasted well with the steak and the hoagie roll was the perfect vessel to hold the structure well.

The stall also sells loaded grilled cheese toasties, on sourdough bread, with choices of bacon, chorizo and chilli.

All of the toasties are available for £6.

Worcester News: Dan making the Philly Cheesesteak.Dan making the Philly Cheesesteak.

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Is the OG Philly one of the best sandwiches in Worcester? Well, judging by how quickly the team wolfed it down I would say it was definitely up there.

I can understand why they sell out - they may be slightly more expensive than your standard sandwich but totally worth it.

I'll see you in the queue before they sell out.