Mar 4, 2016

Review: Subway - Rotisserie-Style Chicken Sub

Subway's Rotisserie-Style Chicken Sub features hand-pulled white meat chicken, raised without antibiotics.

A 6-inch goes for $4.95 in my area.

I got it toasted with Swiss cheese, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, and honey mustard sauce on wheat, which is how is how they recommend it on the signage.

Taken alone, the chicken tasted very much like chicken that had been roasted on a spit. There's a nice seasoned flavor along with a tender and juicy texture plus a bit of browned skin here and there. In both taste and texture, I found it much better than their oven roasted chicken and chicken strips. Unless you spring for extra meat, a lot of the flavor gets lost between the bread and the produce.

The lettuce, tomatoes, green bell peppers, and onions offered a good deal of freshness and crisp texture but oddly lacked flavor, which might be ideal if you don't actually like any of the above veggies.

The cheese was very mild but nicely melted for a gooey creaminess that combined well with the lightly sweet honey mustard.

Overall, Subway's Rotisserie-Style Chicken Sub was really nice as far as the new chicken goes and might be worth springing for the extra meat.

Nutritional Info - Subway 6-inch Rotisserie-Style Chicken Sub (245g)
Calories - 350 (from Fat - 50)
Fat - 6g (Saturated Fat - 1.5g)
Sodium - 540mg
Carbs - 44g (Sugar - 7g)
Protein - 29g

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