Subway offers a menu of fresh, made to order sub sandwiches.
Unfortunately, the management at this location happen to be really friendly. Some of the employees are too. There are a few that really stand out (smile, remember your order)... And there are others that really fade into the background (put very little toppings, don't quite listen well).
Subway is a place where you have to remain in constant communication with the employee who is creating your sandwich. Sounds easy enough, but there's a lot of pressure here to go VERY quickly. They don't often listen because they're trying to go so fast. A line builds up, and they keep rushing everyone's sandwich to get to the next person, and then the next person. People that aren't even at the sandwich counter are shouting their orders over other people. Someone will shout that they want theirs toasted, and someone elses sandwich will be the one that gets in the toaster. It's just a lot of pressure. There's such a thing as TOO fast, and it makes it uncomfortable to order there.
Also, when someone's order is to go, you need to put everything in the bag FOR THEM if you're rushing them out of the way. If you're paying, other people are reaching over you and paying as well. And they just sort of put your sandwich, cookies and drink on a tray when its to go. If you put everything in a bag, the people can just grab the bag and go. If not, people are struggling to hold everything and try and move out of the way for the next person.
I wouldn't recommend this place. There's another, less busy subway down Eglinton going west. Just minutes from the food court. Go there.
|1.||Yonge & Helendale (200 m)|
|2.||East Eglinton & Mt. Pleasant Road (650 m)|
|3.||Avenue Road & Burnaby Boulevard (867 m)|
|4.||Yonge & Davisville (958 m)|
|5.||Mount Pleasant (1.1 km)|
|6.||Snider Parkette (1.1 km)|
|7.||Sunnybrook Plaza (1.9 km)|
|8.||Bayview (2 km)|
|9.||Yonge & Delisle (2 km)|
|10.||East St. Clair & Ferndale (2.1 km)|