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Quiznos Subs


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It's a major national fast (or quick) food chain--the expectation is the key. To me, Quizno's is significantly less mediocre than their competition.

That's all I expect from them--to be somewhat less disappointed then I would be at Subway.

And the Classic Italian is the way to go. Cut the dressing in half so that it moistens, but you can't taste it too much.

Fred Bramhall

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I've only had one Quizno's sub - in an AIRPORT. I had the Italian, and it was actually pretty good, considering. Then again - maybe I was just enamored with the set-up - the sub shop shared a space with a bar, so I sat at the bar and had a cold one and waited for my sandwich instead of standing in the long line. Plus I was ravenous and a mite "buzzy" by the time the sandwich came.

That said, it's GOT to be better than "Sub-par-way"!

Nikki Hershberger

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Two oysters met two oysters

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Four oysters met a pint of milk

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For a fast food-type sub, I like Quizno's a lot, for their generous portions and good-quality ingredients. Even though it's only a half-mile from my house, I usually buy my sub untoasted, with lettuce on the side. Then, when I'm ready to eat, I do it up for 6-7 minutes at 350 in my toaster/convection oven and add the lettuce at the end.

'Cause they are toasty subs!!

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We went and had our free subs the other day--I had a Honey Bourbon Chicken Sub--it was decent--had a whole grainish roll, the sauce was not too bad, some tomato and lettuce--and i didn't feel sick afterwards--which I usually do after fast food.

The Hub and I agreed that we will look for Quiznos when road-tripping and only fast food is available.

Went to the webpage, they've already given away 1,000,000. They say to check back later.

too bad--the guyat Quiznos said they'd had a lot of customers with coupons--I hope they do it again...

Z

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