I really like sub sandwiches and of all the sub chains out there, Mr. Sub in my opinion is the best tasting. Having said that, nothing will ruin a good sub more than bread that is less than fresh.
I had a sub craving last week and went to the Mr. Sub location nearest me. This location has been there for ages and got renno'd a few years back is bright and clean.
I ordered 2 big assorted subs. Mr. Sub tends to be on the expensive side, more expensive than Subway and Quizno's because they never seem to have any sub deals. Each sub was nearly $7.
The subs were made properly and to order. I noticed that when the guy was slicing the bread in half, it seemed to have some dull sheen on it. When I got home, and had my first bite, the bread was stale, hard and crumbly. I was too hungry at this point, so I just ate it. I debated driving back to that location to get my money back on the 2nd sub, but didn't bother. I just ended up throwing the top layer of bread on the 2nd sub a few hours later and ate it as an "open face" sandwich. By this time, some of the sauce and stuff had leaked onto the bread and re-hydrated it a bit, so it was less of a chore to eat it.
I'll still go to Mr. Sub when I crave a sub sandwich, but will probably ask how fresh the bread is next time or ask if I can give it the "freshness" squeeze test through the plastic bag before a commit to buying it.
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