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Fat Guy

Subway 2011–

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I often think that the key to Subway is who's making the sandwich.

The one nearest me is operated during the day by the manager, a woman of about 50 or so.

She's clean, the shop is clean and the ingredients look fresh.

On the other hand, the shop in the next town is run by a group of teenagers who couldn't care less about the food or the job as a whole, they're busy grab-assing; I won't go there.


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The meat, cheese and veggies, as well as the condiments, are in refrigerated containers. I often see ice crystals on the insides of some of the metallic bins.

The Subway restaurant I prefer to patronize (the one out in the boondocks) will actually close the large glass lids that cover each section of the ingredients when they don't have customers in the store. Most customers don't realize that when they're ordering their sandwiches and looking at the ingredients, they're actually looking through the the glass of the case and through the glass lids which are in the "up" position.

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See if you have a Blimpies nearby. They are gooood!

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5 hours ago, MetsFan5 said:

See if you have a Blimpies nearby. They are gooood!

 

We used to have a Blimpies in a gas station/convenience store years ago, and they were good. It's gone now, but we have a Jersey Mike's nearby, and next time I get in the mood for a sub, I'll either go there or to the grocery store and get ingredients to make my own.


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