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Jun 25, 2008

Review: Subway's Spicy Italian Sub Sandwich

I'm not a huge fan of Subway, since I sometimes get it for free at school, but without liquid condiments. I am, however, a fan of Italian subs plus my interest was piqued by Subway's $5 everyday value menu which features eight of its regular subs including its Spicy Italian. The thing is, at some locations, before they had the value menu, some of the footlongs on it were priced less than $5, so I don't know how much of a value it is.
Anyway, this is pretty much as many veggies as I eat in a week. It's sad I know. There's cucumbers, bell peppers, olives, tomatoes, banana jalapenos, iceberg lettuce, and red onions in there. I really should eat more veggies. I was pleasantly surprised; I actually liked it... though I did have very low expectations. I don't think I'd ever crave it, but it's not bad eats in a pinch. And, I feel better eating some veggies.


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6 comments :

  1. iceburg?? fo rizzle?

    anywayZ. MEATBALL MARINARA!

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  2. Brooklyn Manhattan TransitSunday, January 22, 2012

    The Footlong Spicy Italian is made with 10 thin slices of Genoa salami, and twelve thin slices of pepperoni. The Spicy Italian is a Subway original. It is the B.M.T with out the ham, and Bologna.

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  3. hey you dont know jack. subway sucks

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  4. iceburg? we're talking about sandwiches not global warming

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