Come to think of it, despite its recent prevalence here I've never been to Subway's. Keeping it that way is probably a good idea.
I have only had Jersey Mike’s catering but I like it a lot more than Subway. Firehouse is pretty good too. Both are leagues better than Subway in terms of quality.They've been skimping on ingredients for some time now. Last time I went I wanted a turkey sub, you could barely tell there was any meat in there. Same with the cheese and only the barest hint of chipotle sauce. You better believe there was enough lettuce to build a hut out of though. I'm not asking for some monstrosity like Arby's meat mountain, just make a fucking sandwich the way your customers want.
I'll have to try Firehouse. Jersey Mike's is usually my go-to place.
I've known a couple people that worked at a subway and they both say the same thing: the chicken is absolutely disgusting. If it's even edible chicken when fresh, it certainly isn't after it's been sitting out for over a day and then re-used the next.I used to like subway until I started working at one in 2014. Worked up to shift manager before landing my first (barely) IT job in December. At first I liked the free employee meals since subway had been one of my favorite fast food chains. But I got burned out pretty quick, realized just how bad the chicken was and got redpilled on soy. Actually had the store owner straight up tell us to lie to customers when it came out about the chicken being like 50% actual chicken.
They're trying to revamp and act like theyre bringing in healthier stuff but I dont think it's gonna last. Fuck Subway, DiBella's is the shit
It's pretty good for what it is.I haven't tried Jersey Mike's yet, and I've been meaning to.
Isn't the chicken like 30% soy or some other filler?I've known a couple people that worked at a subway and they both say the same thing: the chicken is absolutely disgusting. If it's even edible chicken when fresh, it certainly isn't after it's been sitting out for over a day and then re-used the next.
That's true, I've seen Subways in some pretty remote, out of the way places and the closest fast food chain to me right where I is live is in fact a Subway.Subway is so big because Subway is everywhere. It was really cheap to license and operate and had two things going for it for a long time: It was America's "Healthy" fast food option forever, and you could get a gigantic sandwich for under 10 bucks. People never remark how many places there are to eat Subway in the country, but there's nearly 25,000 places to eat Subway in America. This is after hard times recently that saw them lose thousands of locations. That's 10,000 more than places to get Starbucks or McDonald's. There's as many places to eat Subway as there are places to get Starbucks and McDonald's and none of the competitor subs can beat that volume. They're fucking EVERYWHERE.
Settle down fatass.>All these goyim paying more than $10 on a sub
I don't care about quality, given the sub doesn't taste bad or like it's rotten or something. I care more about how much it'll cost me to get lunch and how much I can get for $10. I can get a footlong deluxe Spicy Italian with Jalapeneo chips for like $9 at Subway and I don't see why anyone would care about the quality of food past it not tasting like absolute garbage if it's more expensive and you get less bang for your buck, like you do at Jimmy John's, Firehouse or all these other places.