Mr. Sub is located in a small strip mall on Main just north of King Edward.
Perhaps my review for this location is not indicative of their quality since I only come here while I burn the midnight oil, though consistency should be a pre-requisite, right?
In nearly every way it parallels the other guys, except the current recession hasn't shrunk their subs noticably as the competition has. The bread here sometimes isn't fresh at all, but they are consistent with the fillings. I like the roasted chicken enough, even though it comes out of the microwave, but the cold cut usually has its place in my stomach, as it is no nonsense meat entrails. It's good for what it is but the value seems pretty mediocre for what you get. I've never understood why they only offer those Halloween sized bags of chips you can buy at the grocery store by the case, yet charge 7-11 prices.
I've had the same fellow make my sub the last few times. Friendly guy who usually likes to start up some chit chat. I admire his sturdiness at the job.
Sandwich shops like this still have their place in the food biz but if those Vietnamese sub shops opened 24hrs, they'd be out of business.
I like Mr. Sub the best out of the other Sub sandwich chain's. I always get the toasted honey ham with tzatziki. You can also double the meat and cheese for only $2 on a large.
I wish there were more locations. I find they are less stingy and the ingredients are better at Mr. Sub for instance the tomato's will be ripe.
Plus Mr. Sub is Canadian, and the food is decent for the price.
I wish they would stop copying Subway's baking bread at the store though, I liked their old bread whoever was supplying it.