It was $4.50 for a 6-inch sub, which is the middle-tier price for their sandwiches.
I got the sub with the 9-grain wheat bread (because they were out of white), provolone, onions and bell peppers (toasted with the bread, meats, and cheese), lettuce, tomato, and the new Subway vinaigrette.
Like most Subway melts, there's not enough cheese to deliver that gooey creaminess unless you open the wallet to spring for extra. Otherwise, there's only two half-slices of thin provolone that I couldn't really taste.
The vegetables were fresh and added light flavors as well as moisture and crispness.
|Close-up of the new Subway Vinaigrette.|
Nutritional Info - Subway Turkey Italiano Melt - 6 inch (259g)
Calories - 510 (from Fat - 230)
Fat - 25g (Saturated Fat - 9g)
Sodium - 1490mg
Carbs - 48g (Sugar - 9g)
Protein - 24g