Just tried the Italian Market branch of Paesano's when visiting Philly. The famed Arista (roast suckling pig, broccoli rabe and cheese on a seeded hoagie roll) was *very* good, and the Gustaio (lamb sausage, arugula, fennel and cherry mustarda on flatbread) was the *best sandwich we've ever eaten.* The potatoes, drenched in cheese and garlic, live up to Paesano's advertising as 'the most flavorful we can muster'-- delicious!
Prices are very fair-- sandwiches are under $10, the potatoes are $2 per serving-- and the portions are huge. Seating is simple-- this is a small shop, equipped with counters, stools and a soda machine.
Go hungry, go often and enjoy working your way through Paesano's menu.
(A plus for the gluten free: you can get your sandwich on a gluten free hoagie roll supplied to Paesano's by Taffet's, the gluten free bakery located across 9th Street. Taffet's also makes delicious brownies-- try one for dessert after Paesano's.)