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Sep 25, 2006 08:48 PM

Best Sandwich at Subway?

What is the best sandwich for the money at Subway? Yes I know it may not be all that good compared to the other places but if you had to order, which one?

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  1. Sweet Onion Teriyaki Chicken.

    Followed by the Carne Asada sub.

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    1. re: ipsedixit

      I've never heard of the Carne Asada sub! Is this regional only?

      1. re: ipsedixit

        DS loves the sweet onion teriyaki.

        Did not know about the carne asada!

        I noticed that the Subway near me has breakfast items and they're open at 7am.

      2. BMT with hot peppers.

        Veggie delite with honey mustard is really good and about 250 calories.

        1. double turkey (no cheese), every topping except olives and hot peppers (yes, every one), oregano and a splash of the vinegarette. On Italian 6inch. It's like a salad on bread. My favorite. Bet it's pretty good on calories.

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          1. re: eve

            Hi Eve,
            I never thought to order double turkey when I tell the sandwich maker to leave out the cheese.
            Do they charge extra for the double turkey?

            When I do go to Subway (not very oftern), I generally get the hot chicken breast on wheat with no cheese and piles of veggies and honey mustard.

            1. re: p.j.

              double meat is $1 on a 6-inch and $2 for a 12-inch.

          2. Cold cut combo for me, no lettuce, mayo, olives or bell peppers...but I have them add cilantro, extra pickles, pepperocini's, cucumber and the shredded cheese on the top that they use for salads. Very tasty

            1. The best sandwich is the 4 for $10 special after 6 pm.

              At that point, I go for maximum protein content for the dollar. That would be meatball with cheese. Or the hot chicken breast with honey mustard, cheese, olives, black pepper, herbs. Never the lettuce-- I think there are weird preservatives in it to prevent wilt.