I picked one up for $6.69.
Pulled pork is always one of those menu items that I'm skeptical about when I see it on a chain restaurant’s menu. Often it comes out more like pork mush and is a far cry from the traditional barbecue dish I love.
The pepper jack cheese was melted onto the pork, adding a gooier texture but the taste was only subtle. The coleslaw is cabbage based and is made with sweet mustard as well as mayo. It was crisp and just a little sweet, which was fine because the King's Hawaiian bread provided ample sweetness to the sandwich. It also did a good job of soaking up all the moisture and staying consistent. My bun didn’t look like it was going to make it but I wasn't left eating my pulled pork with a fork so I was satisfied.
Nutritional Info - Firehouse Sub's King’s Hawaiian Pork & Slaw
Calories - 1092.7
Fat - 68.1g (Saturated Fat - 24.3g)
Carbs - 78.4g (Sugars - 35.6g)
Protein - 47.3g