Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Why Subway and Quiznos Subs Suck

Why Subway and Quiznos Subs Suck

I can’t stand most corporate restaurants/fast food joints. But as a sandwich addict (I eat three a day) both Subway and Quizno’s Subs really irk me. According to my tongue and stomach, Subway and Quizno’s sandwich products are inferior to most Mom and Pop stores, yet, they are still immensely popular with the general public. What is the secret of their success? Good marketing, and ignorant consumers.

With 23,983 units and growing, Subway markets themselves as a healthier alternative to other fast food places. Take for instance their 6 grams of fat or less promotion, this encompasses most of Subway’s menu. Their mission to make their sandwiches under certain grams of fat however, comes at the expense of taste quality, specifically the sandwiches with deli meat.

The deli meats are sliced way too thin and therefore are unable to satisfy foodies such as myself. Don’t believe me? Next time you get a Subway sub, dissect it, hold one piece of lunch meat up to the light and examine how much light comes through. You will be amazed, and come to understand how the consumers are being skimmed.

The same case can be made for their bread, which is way too soft for a hoagie. The fluff of the roll can sometimes make the contents of the sandwich disappear. Subways have made steps to correct their roll quality by offering a variety of spicy breads, but that is kind of like pouring a whole bunch of black pepper into a bland tasting soup.

As for Quiznos Sub, my biggest beef with them, no pun intended, is their “steak and cheese” sandwiches. In the interest of fairness, they have recently switched to angus beef which is much better than their initial offering. In the past they were using roast beef meat and trying to pass it off as cheesesteak sandwich.

Understand that roast beef and sliced steak are two very different meat products. Roast beef is cheaper because it is a different cut of muscle and it retains water while being processed making it heavier after cooking. Since the processor’s roast beef product is gaining weight, even though it is water, they are able to charge a lesser rate. Where as the sliced steaks tend to be leaner and loses weight while being cooked, therefore yeilding less of a product, it is more expensive to produce.

Since Quiznos was using a roast beef product for their “steak and cheese” sandwich, I believe they were falsely advertising and ripping off the consumers. I have been so turned off by their roast beef stunt that I am not willing to give them a second chance on the angus beef sandwich. Not even Subway scooped this low. For all the bashing I did earlier of Subway, I give them some credit for at least using a steak product for their cheesesteaks, and FYI, one of their suppliers happens to be from Philadelphia which is a plus.

One last thing about Quiznos that pisses me off. The concept of a toasty sub is not original. I shutter to think that people believe that Quiznos is introducing a new concept. Every Mom and Pop shop in Philly and the surrounding suburbs makes them, and they are called GRINDERS. In fact a good grinder is prepared by separating the meat on one side, veggies on the other, and cheese covering over the top. This insures that everything gets cooked, and the cheese protects the delicate salad from being burned. If you watch a Quizno sub being made they put the veggies on after the sandwich passes through the oven. That may okay with some people, but I believe it robs the sandwich of its flavor, and goes against the traditional way of cooking a grinder.

Now that you have been enlightened, be mindful of where you buy your sandwiches. Tune in to my next column, when I discuss what separates a Philly Cheesesteak from all others.

--The PCSB


Anonymous Anonymous said...

you're dead right about grinders - grinders are da bomb

8:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep in mind that this is not a personal attack on the author. First off, subway sucks! period! After the commercials have ended, Jarod will once again weigh 500 pounds! That poor bastard is enternally damned for losing all that weight, eating sandwhiches made of lettuce & sprouts. You know that poor guy would love to sink his teeth into a "real" philly cheesesteak. Subway's meat is indeed tasteless and in my opinion one of the farthest things from actual meat. The fancy rolls are just a cover for a lackluster product.
On the other hand, I must disagree with the author about Quiznos. I happen to be a huge fan of their sandwhiches and I love the way they are made. I believe I know quality when I see it. Although the author has great distain for the Quiznos sandwhich, ask him the last time he had one? He can best be described as a "hater" because Quiznos was able to market the "grinder" far better than the orginal creator. You know I actually came up with the idea for the first post-it note, but does anyone give a crap? 3M has done more for the post-it than I ever could have!!

Now that I have your attention, I must ask the author, "why do you think putting the vegetables on before cooking is a good idea? When I'm on my way home from work all I thinking about is eating a big heaping mouthful of hot lettuce! It makes no sense. Vegetables are at their best when pulled of the vine or out of the ground.

I will yield to the authors expertise when it comes to sliced steak and roast beef product. The question is "does the public who frequents the quiznos down the street really care about the specifics of the products as long as the perceptions of quality, taste and value are realized?"

He is!

8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meat is MURDER. You guys are assholes.

12:09 AM  
Blogger The Management said...

HE Is,

Does he not think that a cooked sandwich is more flavorful with cooked veggies? WHen was the last time he tried a grinder from Joe's, Drexel Hill, or Upper Crust, vs the Quiz? He ought not to knock cooked salad when blended with the rest of the sandwich. Of course by itself it sounds gross and stupid, but when it is one part of many components, it is a necessity. I thank him for reading and posting.

--The PCSB

7:18 AM  
Anonymous Badger said...

Meat isn't murder, it's Darwinism at its finest!

8:06 AM  
Blogger Chowda said...

You just made my day PCSB. Great article. In my cubical hell, my food options are pretty much limited to Subway. I can't stand the place. But when one is hungry, one gets desperate. Yesterday, I sampled the oven-roasted chicken sub (footlong) from Subway and it was literally 2 minutes after eating before my ass exploded into an unhealthy rage.

For me, a good sandwiches take at least 3 minutes before intestinal distress sets in. So on my rating scale, Subway gets two thumbs down - unless you are extremely constipated and feel the need for a good cleansing.

2:22 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

Being a vegetarian, there is not much I can eat from either place, so my opinion on the subject might not be a good as a meat eater. I can understand what you are saying about the products not being as good as the "Mom and Pop" place. I will say that a good cheese sub can only come from a decent restauant. I love provolone cheese and the 2 slices that Subway puts on a 6" sub just does not seem like enough to me. As for how the meat tastes, I can not comment.

I believe that these restaurants are sought after mostly because you can get your food really quick. I used to work across the street from Subway and went there for lunch at least once week and even with a line out the door, I will still able to get back to work before my one hour lunch was over.

As for meat being murder, I can understand why you reader feels that way, however calling somebody who eats meat an ASSHOLE will never bring anybody over to try to live on a meatless diet. So to Anonymous, you are a jerk for turning people off to our lifestyle! THANKS ALOT!!! Just like the old saying goes, you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar!!!

3:55 PM  
Blogger bob_vinyl said...

You're probably right, but when I go to Subway and ask for "lots of pickles" on my veggie sub, I get LOTS of pickles. Damn, I love pickles!

By the way, I agree with Linda regarding the "meat is murder" thing. I certianly believe that meat is immoral, particularly the systematic destruction of the animals and the incredible waste involved. However, I also recognize that organizations like peta have done more to hurt the cause by employing sensationalist tactics rather than well-reasoned arguments and a good example.

10:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you are looking for another good "mom and pop" place for a killer sub, try C&B's in Ellicott City. They are off Route 40 and Normandy Drive, behind the Dunkin Doughnuts. Because their sammmies are so good there, they single handedly are responsible for the closing done of the Quizno's next door, which lasted for about 4 months.

9:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not eating meat only guarantees one thing, that you will suffer irreversible harm from a lack of iron in your diet.

People Eating Tasty Animals

10:25 AM  
Blogger The Management said...

1) Best Subs in the Baltimore Area. Linda's Steak Subs on Ritchie Hwy in Brooklyn Park next to the Fire Station (Closed Mondays). Sooo sooo good.

2) Meat is good. Meat tastes good. Meat is good for us. I think it's funny, that humans gained our intelligence through eating meat. The extra protein allowed our brains to evolve to their current level that was unreachable before we became carnivorous (omni for nit pickers). Now some are using our intelligence to decide to stop eating the meat that made us smart in the first place.

As Dennis Leary, pre-family Dennis, once said "Eggplant tastes like eggplant, but meat tastes like murder, and murder tastes pretty fucking good. Besides, we can't get away from eating meat, 'cause NOT eating meat is a choice; eating meat is an INSTINCT."

3)Eat Subs when and where you want. Eat meat if you want, don’t if you don’t. Just don’t tell me what to do.

4) If you are posting anonymous, at least have the balls to use a handle so I can mock you directly.

My $0.02


11:44 AM  
Blogger bob_vinyl said...

Nice theory about meat and intelligence there Otter. It sure made Tyrannosaurus Rex a genius!

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, that is why Philly was the lard ass fat bastard capital of our great land. Guess you guys are gonna start eating more of that yummy steak to get the #1 spot back from Hugeton! And "meat is murder"? So, I guess its ok that a tiger hunts a human and kill him/her. But its not ok for humans to kill other animals for food? Oh, btw.. do you own any leather purses, shoes, furniture,car trimmed in leather?

11:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great articles on how subs are made, however quiznos sub does put there veggies on prior to toasting.
tomatoes, red onions, mushrooms, black olives go through the oven. Lettuce goes on after exiting the oven

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Savannah said...

I LOVE "Jersey Mikes" SUBS her in Vero Beach, Florida. They slice the meat in front of you on a meat slicer and they only use Boars Head meats and cheeses. My husband introduced me to this sub shop after too many bad experiences at the "Subway"..lol
Subway has really let themselves go.
Poor service and rude employees at our locations.
Jersey Mikes rocks!

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is true I looked it up on Snoopes.

I'm sure those of you who aren't in the cattle business don't understand the issues here.

But to those of us who who's living depends on the cattle market, selling cattle, raising the best beef possible... this is frustrating.

As far as my family, we don't eat at McDonald's much (Subway is our choice of fast food), but this will keep us from ever stopping there again, even for a drink.

The original message is from the Texas Cattle Feeders Association.

American cattle producers are very passionate about this.

McDonald's claims that there is not enough beef in the USA to support their restaurants. Well, we know that is not so. Our opinion is they are looking to save money at our expense. The sad thing of it is that the people of the USA are the ones who made McDonald's successful in the first place, but we are not good enough to provide beef

We personally are no longer eating at McDonald's, which I am sure does not make an impact, but if we pass this around maybe there will be an impact felt.

Please pass it on

Just to add a note, all Americans that sell cows at a livestock auction barn had to sign a paper stating that we do NOT EVER feed our cows any part of another cow. South Americans are not required to do this as of yet.

McDonald's has announced that they are going to start importing much of their beef from South America The problem is that South Americans aren't under the same regulations as American beef producers, and the regulations they have are loosely controlled.

They can spray numerous pesticides on their pastures that have been banned here at home because of residues found in the beef. They can also use various hormones and growth regulators that we can't. The American public needs to be aware of this problem and that they may be putting themselves at risk from now on by eating at good old McDonald's.

American ranchers raise the highest quality beef in the world and this is what Americans deserve to eat. Not beef from countries where quality is loosely controlled. Therefore, I am proposing a boycott of McDonald's until they see the light.

I'm sorry but everything is not always about the bottom line, and when it comes to jeopardizing my family's health, that is where I draw the line.

I am sending this note to about thirty people. If each of you send it to at least ten more (30 x 10 = 300) ... and those 300 send it to at least ten more (300 x 10 = 3,000) .. and so on, by the time the message reaches the sixth generation of people, we will have reached over THREE MILLION consumers!

I'll bet you didn't think you and I had that much potential, did you?

Acting together we can make a difference. If this makes sense to you, please pass this message on.

David W. Forrest, Ph.D

Department of Animal Science

Texas A&M University

(979) 845-3560

2471 TA! MU Fax (979) 862-3399

College Station, TX 77843-2471

9:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

another thing that sucks about subway is the deceptive technique of making a big deal of the health aspects but in reality they don't include mayo or cheese and only reference a 6" sub but picture a 12" and actively price people into the 12". I can't believe no one gets this slight of hand. especially the NYC health board and CSPI and Men's Health... they all kiss subways ass yet I'm betting what really goes over the counter is much worse than they realize.

2:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read a lot of bashing Subway about their thin sliced meats, so nobody has mentioned their meatballs. If you check out the ingredient list, you'll find there is virtually no meat content! I worked for a Subway once and we found a box of meatballs that were accidentally left under a shelving unit for over a month unrefrigerated. After opening them, it appeared they were in the same condition as when they were delivered! The manager even made himself a sub with them then put them out front for sale. Wow. I guess a product that is 99% cereal can't spoil. Since then I won't go near that dog food.

1:41 PM  
Anonymous Ilovesandwiches said...

Anyone ever try a Mr. GoodCents I think they are called . . . I actually thought they were a mom and pop startup - I would say the prices were more than Subway, and less than Quiznos, but the quality was much better than either (and their sandwiches even bigger!

3:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so... i work at quiznos and even beforei did i thought subway sucked. the meat and well everything is processed unlike quiznos, (we dont even have american cheese b/c its processed!) we slice our meat fresh daily.instead of opening a pre-sliced package of slimy turkey and subway barely uses and meat, at quiznos were sure to use 2.5 oz on a small 4oz on a regular and 6oz on a large and even more than that on the premium steak subs.. which by the way are BLACK ANGUS, PRIME RIB CHEESESTEAK (prime rib, not roast beef) and PRIME RIB PEPPERCORN (also not roast beef)...The only sub that has roast beef and says anything about "steak" is the steakhouse beef dip and we arent trying to hide it or "pull a fast one" on anyone actually if you read the description it says roast beef and i think its a delicious sandwich and it is one of our top sellers.

also, as for the veggies, we actually put everything on before its toasted (tomato, red onion, and anything you want), except the lettuce its put on after the toasting, i for one think soggy, hot lettuce would be gross.

i love those little mom and pop shops that were actually discussing but quiznos is a high quality, delicious sub..and i have to defend, clearly some of you dont know what goes on behind the scenes at both restaurants ( oh i used to work at subways when i was in high school.. i havent eaten it since).. subway sucks ...

3:24 PM  
Anonymous melissa said...

so... i work at quiznos and even beforei did i thought subway sucked. the meat and well everything is processed unlike quiznos, (we dont even have american cheese b/c its processed!) we slice our meat fresh daily.instead of opening a pre-sliced package of slimy turkey and subway barely uses and meat, at quiznos were sure to use 2.5 oz on a small 4oz on a regular and 6oz on a large and even more than that on the premium steak subs.. which by the way are BLACK ANGUS, PRIME RIB CHEESESTEAK (prime rib, not roast beef) and PRIME RIB PEPPERCORN (also not roast beef)...The only sub that has roast beef and says anything about "steak" is the steakhouse beef dip and we arent trying to hide it or "pull a fast one" on anyone actually if you read the description it says roast beef and i think its a delicious sandwich and it is one of our top sellers.

also, as for the veggies, we actually put everything on before its toasted (tomato, red onion, and anything you want), except the lettuce its put on after the toasting, i for one think soggy, hot lettuce would be gross.

i love those little mom and pop shops that were actually discussing but quiznos is a high quality, delicious sub..and i have to defend, clearly some of you dont know what goes on behind the scenes at both restaurants ( oh i used to work at subways when i was in high school.. i havent eaten it since).. subway sucks ...

3:25 PM  
Blogger ChicagoGuy1980 said...

I just ordered the Stacker sub from Quiznos, which clams to have more meat then Subway. What a bunch of bull that is. There are 5 different meats on this sandwich, but there is half of a slice on each half of a foot long. If you have seen the commercial it shows this sandwich with a ton of meat. When I asked how much meat was on this sub I was told that it had 4 ounces, which means the one on the commercial, had at least 10 to 12. At least when places like Burger King and Taco Bell advertise their food it may look better on the commercial, but they do not claim to offer more food then the competitor. I just hate it when I am ripped off like that. Their has to be some sort of law against crap like this.

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

did subway come first, or

8:55 PM  
Anonymous Rickeise said...

Neither Quizno's nor Subway have very much meat. Subway advertises that their subs are "piled high" with meat; LOL yeah, OK, just check out one of those "pre measured" subs. They have only six grams of fat cause they have such little meat. It's like offering cheese cake with 50% less calories and fat by cutting the slices in half.

For about the same price, at a good mom and pop, you get at least 3 times the meet! It's about value for your dollar. Quizno's is the same way.

By they way, I once bought a sub at subway and just wasn't in the mood for lettice and stuff so I ordered it with just meat, when i got it, i opened it up... nothing really there, i had to bring it back up to the counter and ger at least 6 different toppings just to make it filling.

Durham Deli in Levittown area makes a foot long that can seriously feed 2 adult men nicely. Very filling for about $5.50. You can't do that at subway or quizno's!

1:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Excuse me but I need to say that 1st of all subway and quiznos both are, yes, large money seeking corporations just like any other, beit Disney, wal-mart and so-on. . . they're just trying to make a buck, so don't go if you can only complain about them! I worked @ subway for 8years and now have worked @quiznos for 3. So, I know how they are. The "anonymous" comments were mostly off.Subway also has a Vegetable sandwich with 6 slices cheese per 6in. by -the- way. . . Subway has never used "steak" for their cheese steak sand. It was always a Beef product compiled of processed chicken and beef. As for quiznos, we have always had the "steakhouse beefdip" which has never, ever been passed off as a "cheesesteak"!!! It's supposed to be made with roastbeff! and the "blck angus steak" is not new; it's been here since we opened--read the menu! Our Prime rib cheesesteak is the only one that we've not had the whole time and it's still two years old at least! So, please dont say things your not sure about. Not to mention, we do toast all vegetables (they go on before the oven) except the greens like lettuce or pickles. What quiznos have you been going to??? And to the lady from Vero. . . Excuse us woman, but if you busted tail all day for minimum wage in a hot fast food place just to earn a meeger existence, would you be pleasant all the time??? huh??? don't be so damn judgemental! Butt-heads.

2:56 PM  
Anonymous les3 said...

sorry, i didnt mean to post anonymously. i'm les3. right above is my comments. . .and for the other person, subway was way, way before quiznos. and they are not that bad! meatballs are not made of cereal,they are mostly soy! and i doubt they were sitting there for a month or your boss would've been in the ER!

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Subway should die. I hate it..(just kidding)..(not really)..ha

12:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

People who think Quiznos and Subway taste good have not tasted many deli sandwiches. Subway, of course, uses really cheap ingredients- bread, presliced meat, cheese that tastes like processed cheese- all very tasteless. Quiznos honestly isn't much better. They try to disguise the tastelesness of their bread by toasting it, and it doesn't improve it much, imo. Subway is now sadly trying to immitate Quiznos' toasting gimmick, by offering to toast their bland bread for you. What a farce- they both suck.

1:55 AM  
Anonymous Chris W. said...

Subway, sure, they suck ass. No surprise. It's like Taco Bell. Just a corporate entity using marketing, not quality product, to make the sale.

Quiznos sucks as well. But for different reasons. They are better than Subway IMO so far as quality of meat, and they also seem to use a little bit more meat than Subway. But when they toast the sandwhich, it's never hot or even barely warm when I eat it. It is rushed through the machine too fast, and this my experience at 3 different locations. I do find you have to ask them to hold the sauce before it goes through the machine, and have them put the meat and cheese one side of the bread, or they try to mix it up with some of the veggies?? Anyways, once you give clear insructins, I find you can get a decent sandwhich from Quiznos.

So, what's my advice for Subway? Don't go. LOL. Their meat is too sparse, and too low of quality to ever have hope of getting a high quality sandwich from them. The steak sandwich meat is okay, but it's undercooked and tastes like crap as a result. It is 'precooked', sure, but it's just not enough. Some Subways actually keep it heated constantly, and if you are lucky you can get a well down batch -- but these seem rare or impossible to find in the last few years, at least in my region. In my highschool days, I worked for Subway, and I used to add 50 percent more meat to most sandwiches, as long as the customer was polite and the manager was not watching. I DID make it like I was making it for myself. I would even put those steak and cheese sandwiches in the bread oven to 'toast' them if the customer was extra nice. I'm sure I would have been fired if my manager had noticed my free 'extra' meat policy. :)

As for the old style 'v' cut. Well, if it is done right, it works better than a regular cut. But many employees did it wrong, cutting way too narrow of a 'V'. It was supposed to be 'U', a wide one, giving a nice large piece of bread on top.

The bread is to notch when cooked right at Subway. I'll give them that. I often buy the whole loaves to take home and make my own sandwhiches, which are far higher quality then anything from most restaurants.


4:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meat is murder? Lmao thats probably the stupidest thing I have ever heard. You all do know that for "hundreds of thousands, possibly millions" of years, hunter gathers killed animals for food, before they even knew how to grow their own veggies.

So if you look at it that way, it either comes to them "murdering" a fat cow, or not feeding and "murdering" their babies. (your ancestors, so if the were vegetarians, you wouldn't be alive today to rant about your ridicules complaints about something that has been done since the beginning of time.

What about animals? When a lion kills a zebra to feed his pride is that "murder"? what else are they gonna do? grow thumbs and plant cabbage plants to live off of?

4:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quiznos is def. better than subway. Have you ever seen a meat slicer in Subway? I know for a fact that Quiznos slices their meat and cheese daily...Subway gets a delivery once a week and their meats and cheeses are already sliced and have been sliced for how long? Then that meat and cheese sits at Subway for several days? At least Quiznos is FRESH and they do have more meat the Subway. They are more expensive, but the Quality is WAY BETTER. Rock on Quiznos!

8:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If meat is murder than I am very succesful serial killer.

Hmmm Hmmm good.

10:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was so glad to find these comments, especially on Subway and the people who eat there. I try to convince family, friends, and neighbors not to go there to encourage real sub shops/delis to open. Every time I pass a subway in a mall, the smell wafting out from the ovens is enough to make me sick. I used to love the Hoagie Hut in Bridgewater, NJ (still exists, but haven't been there for 20 years--too far away). The hoagie rolls had a hard crust, and my favorite was the #9 (Italian hoagie). It was a treat on Sundays after church. Steck's deli on the Somerville circle (last there about 10 years ago) had great grinders--hopefully still does. I wish the public were more discerning about quality!

9:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To those who say Quizno's puts the veggies on before toasting, you're full of it. Ate at Quizno's today and will never again go there. The veggies were added after it was "toasted". The sub was a mushy mess and was toasted for about two seconds. What a ripoff.

1:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I work at subway. Subway is all about marketing.They would rather take the money for free. Talking about regular deli subs, they do get their food from suppliers,food coming from suppliers are runned through bullshit.. live chicken in america, is kicked trowed on and given shit to eat and chemicals to preserve. Why do people care, they left it to the media to do that. Even the veggies are mixed with shit to preserve and look good, just like the women, they look good the outside but they suck from the inside. Its the marketing and the good feature of the artist that make the subs look good in the TV and the menus. Almost all the restaurants are business minded 90%. All the suppliers, restaurant, depot and all the other shit, not to forget are run by co-oreprations

4:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The main reason Subway sucks is the humongous SIZE and TASTINESS of the sandwich you can make at home using stuff from the supermarket for the same $5 you'd spend on one of their discount footlongs. I doubt I've ever even used $5 worth of supermarket stuff to make one of my dagwoods or hoagies.

Can't comment on Quiznos, never been to one.

Also, from trying Subway's BMT (bigger, meatier, tastier???), I've found I like single-meat subs and sandwiches better. Ham & Swiss, hard salami -or- pepperoni & provolone.

Though I gave up on McDonalds long ago, I want to thank all the vegetarians out there -- if all of you were eating meat, damn, the cost of my Ham & Swiss or Salami/Pepperoni & provolone sandwiches might be double! You get to enjoy your air of moral superiority and I get to enjoy my meat-laden sandwiches, stews, roasts, and steaks -- a fair deal.

8:22 PM  
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2:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Subway sucks, nothing more nothing less! I went to my local Subway @6501 Old Shepardsvillle Rd. in Louisville Ky, and asked for a sandwich with mayo on it. They started to put light mayo on it I told them I don't want light mayo, they said,"it tastes the same,it's all we use". So I told them,"I can taste the diffrence and can't eat it on my sandwich". So they said hold on went to the back, and got another bottle of mayo. Now this is where it gets tricky, as they took the light mayo bottle with them, and did not return with it. I said are you sure this is Mayo, and not light. The lady said yes and made the sandwich, but when I got to work and started to eat it, it was light mayo! It went in the trash! I will never eat there again, or any other Subway again!

11:16 PM  
Anonymous Veronica said...

Thanks for convincing to eat meat sandwiches not subway or quiznos

1:18 PM  

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