I went with a Veggie and a Spicy Italian to cover the bases. They sell at a limited-time introductory price of $3.00 to $3.50 each or two for $5.
For the most part, these were pretty good. My "sandwich artist" didn't skimp on the toppings and I got more meat and veggies (on each respective Flatizza) than I'd get at a big pizza chain.
luck with fast food breads lately, and it was as if my local Subway used their stale leftover flatbread to make Flatizzas. The crust on my Flatizzas was amazing in that it encompassed the worst of both worlds: it was super chewy as well as super dry. My jaw actually started to hurt from the effort. It would have been preferable if they had just put the toppings and sauce on a cracker; it still would have been dry but much easier to eat.
Also, from a logistics standpoint (at least at my local Subway), it takes way too long to make one of these and it seems like it would really slow down their assembly line if they kept these around.
Nutritional Info - Subway Spicy Italian Flatizza (181g)
Calories - 490 (from Fat - 220)
Fat - 25g (Saturated Fat - 11g)
Sodium - 1290mg
Carbs - 43g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 25g
Nutritional Info - Subway Veggie Flatizza (191g)
Calories - 410 (from Fat - 150)
Fat - 17g (Saturated Fat - 8g)
Sodium - 850mg
Carbs - 44g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 21g