And now, we return to the Turkey Sandwich Review!!! YAY!!! If you missed the last issue, it can be found Here!
Before I start, it might help you to know what I usually order, so here is the omnipotent turkey sandwich order:
Turkey, Cheese, Mayo, Mustard, Pickles, and Oregano.
Now, on to the good stuff:
Quizno's - Pretty good. To me, it was pretty hard
just to get a turkey sandwich without pepper sauce, ranch, and a whole
bunch of other junk. I ended up just getting the real deal turkey sandwich or whatever, which comes with turkey, but no cheese, and mayo, but no mustard! By the time I
manage to order something similar to what I wanted, I was hungry enough to eat two subs. The sandwiches themselves were pretty good, but I'd advise studying their online menu (found at their website)
before you go. 3.5 stars.
- Pretty Good. (Due to the lack of a normal turkey sandwich, I will review their club sandwich, with no lettuce or tomato.) Wow... that's a lot of sandwich! Not to mention
the home-style chips or whatever. However, I usually have to ask for a side cup of honey mustard for the sandwich. The crust of the bread can be a little spongish, and it is rather
dry without the honey mustard, but overall it isn't that bad. If you order the home-style chips, order some ranch dressing to dip them in. Our waitress reccommended this to us once, and it was excellent! 4 stars.
Harris Teeter (fresh foods department) -
Very Good. Yes, Harris Teeter is a grocery store, but you can still order sandwiches there. At my local Harris Teeter, all half-subs are only $2.49 on Tuesdays! The sandwich itself
is large for a half sub, and very good for its price. Plus, they put on tons of pickles!! 4.5 stars.
TO BE CONTINUED LATER after I go eat more turkey sandwiches ;)