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08-26-2008, 01:23 PM
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Best and most delicious Sammitch

Name your absolute favourite sammitch from these three places, home or wherever

Subway, Mr Sub and Quiznos.

Subway: Italian BMT (toasted, if you dont get this toasted you suck at sub ordering)

Mr Sub: Gotta go with the assorted

Quiznos: Chicken Carbonara, 1000 calories of awesomeness


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Fat Knights - Cheesesteak with Mozz Sticks, Chicken Fingers, French Fries and Marinara Sauce.

Man I miss Rutgers and New Brunswick

EDIT: oh... those places. Well nevermind then

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Subway - Italian BMT

Never had Mr. Sub and I've only had quizno's like once.

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Salami, Pepperoni, lettuce, mustard, and pickles all on sourdough/Italian Herbs and Cheese.


mmmm..

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Fat Knights - Cheesesteak with Mozz Sticks, Chicken Fingers, French Fries and Marinara Sauce.

Man I miss Rutgers and New Brunswick

EDIT: oh... those places. Well nevermind then
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By the looks of it, the Texas Reuben, saw it on The Phantom Gourmet when they were doing a sandwich special.


I gotta make one now

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By the looks of it, the Texas Reuben, saw it on The Phantom Gourmet when they were doing a sandwich special.


I gotta make one now
Would rather have a subway sandwich. I don't like regular bread and only like subway type bread (the long kind, don't know the official name for that kind of bread).

Subway - Steak and Cheese
Quiznos - Philly cheese steak

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Subway's Sweet Onion Chicken Terriyaki on Italian Herb and Cheese.

Also...a personal creation, the poutine sandwich. Toasted bread with poutine in the middle.

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Fat Knights - Cheesesteak with Mozz Sticks, Chicken Fingers, French Fries and Marinara Sauce.

Man I miss Rutgers and New Brunswick

EDIT: oh... those places. Well nevermind then
Check out Nelly's in Long Branch

Right down the street from Monmouth

They have those same sandwiches

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subway - subway club with southwest sauce, mayo, swiss, lettuce, carrots, cucumbers, banana peppers, green peppers, onions, oil, vinegar and pepper. i don't toast subway's bread because it's too dry as it is. toasting it only takes more moisture out of it and leaves you with wonderful sandwich fillings in a dry sponge.

mr. sub - never been there.

quizno's - usually just a simple turkey or something. their sandwiches can get pricey.


usually i only eat sandwiches at subway or publix. there are a few small shops around that i like, but subway is more convenient, you can eat while driving and it's cheap.

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Subway's Sweet Onion Chicken Terriyaki on Italian Herb and Cheese.
This. But the with shredded cheese, green olives, hot peppers, lettuce and hot sauce. Toasted. .

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Strange to read a thread like this, where fastfood chains provide better sandwichs then local deli's. I guess thats one of the spoils of living in NY, this is never the case.


My list:

Manhattan
Turkey
American
Bacon
Tomato, Mayo, salt, peppar
On a fresh hero, oven baked for 10 minutes

V's Special
Fried roastbeef
Melted Mozz
Sauteed Onions
On a garlic bread hero, with peppar
Side of brown gravy for dipping

Honorable mentions:

The Boone (Ed Oneill's/ Bundy special from local LI shop)
Chicken cutlet
Melted american
Ranch dressing
Bacon
On a poppyseed bun.

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Quiznos- Classic Italian on white bread with no onions or olives.

Got one last night

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Strange to read a thread like this, where fastfood chains provide better sandwichs then local deli's. I guess thats one of the spoils of living in NY, this is never the case.
I would say they don't. I remember Subway used to be good but they're nothing special anymore and are pricey, the only thing they're good for is the bread. Quzinos is tastier but even more expensive, and Mr. Sub just sucks. I guess most place just don't have other options that sell good subs. Here in Calgary, we have a lot of Vietnamese sub places. Menu options are usually varieties of Teryaki, Lemon Grass, Sate, etc, Chicken, Beef, or Pork. Thai Thai is probably the best, kicks Subways ass any day of the week. And they sell bubble tea too! Personally I can't stand the pearls, but love the jelly.

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Publix Cuban sandwich or roast beef.

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Didn't we have a thread like this a few weeks ago? And what's a sammitch?

I agree with E_Godard, over here there are so many good deli's.

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Any decent deli: Pastrami on wheat with lettuce and mustard.

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Roast beef, mozzerella, gravy or BBQ sauce on a hero. Delicous.

There is also a deli near me that sells a sandwitch that consists of breaded chicken cutlet smothred in spicy hot buffaloe sauce, lettuce, and bleau cheese on a hero. Its delicous.

Subway ain't bad but an authentic deli sandwitch made right owns it. I love living in New York.

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I just had a corned beef and chopped liver with russian dressing on rye. Nothing beats 2nd ave. deli. I'm drooling just thinking about it.

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Is this like the 5th time this year this thread has popped up!?

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I would say they don't. I remember Subway used to be good but they're nothing special anymore and are pricey, the only thing they're good for is the bread. Quzinos is tastier but even more expensive, and Mr. Sub just sucks. I guess most place just don't have other options that sell good subs. Here in Calgary, we have a lot of Vietnamese sub places. Menu options are usually varieties of Teryaki, Lemon Grass, Sate, etc, Chicken, Beef, or Pork. Thai Thai is probably the best, kicks Subways ass any day of the week. And they sell bubble tea too! Personally I can't stand the pearls, but love the jelly.
Now thats interesting.. I never even heard of Vietnamese or Thai subs. Im a fan of both genres, but never imagined putting it into a sandwich.

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I can only comment on Subway - my peronal favorite: Italian BMT on Herbs and Cheese:

Mustard
Swiss Cheese
Pepp
Ham
Salami
Spinach
Tomatoe
Banana Peppers
Pickles
Vinegar
Salt & Pepper

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