Newest Review: ... is an extra 90p. There is a selection of drinks, cookies and crisps all priced on the board. Overall Subway is great for those who like me are quite awkward with fillings. I don't like cucumber and tomatoes and I hate buying sandwiches/wraps etc filled with them. Subway allows you to make your sub, your way (as the advert says) and I've had many different variations of fillings and breads ... more
Customer Subway Reviews (143)
by - written on 03/09/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
History Subway was started by Fred DeLuca in 1965 in Connecticut America. It was a small venture to begin with but soon grew and today now had close to 34,000 outlets worldwide, more than any other fast food outlet. As of 2012 there were 1423 in the UK alone. Its main business is selling sub sandwiches but they also do wraps, salads, cookies and drinks. Subs/salads/wraps The products available for sale will alter per country however there are certain subs sold word wide, these are - Italian BMT Tuna Steak and Cheese Subway club Roasted chicken Meatball Marinara Subway melt Chicken ... Read the complete review
by Reginald Downey - written on 25/06/13
I visited the Subway in Sutton, Surrey. The one in the High Street opposite Morrisons. We were greeted by a surly little assistant who gave the impression that he would rather we were not there. On getting my order I looked for a seat only to find that the whole seating area was cordoned off, which is fair enough if it was actually being cleaned however after standing to eat my meal I noticed the assistant sat in the area with a mop and bucket a dry floor and texting on his phone. The only seat available to customers was one in the window but this was occupied by what I assume to be another member of staff. If you want bad service and no where to sit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Subway is a fanchise of sandwich sellers, there are many many stores all over the UK, you have probably seen one around (if not you must live in a very remote place as I've seen them in amazing places I would never have guessed!). Subway is committed to a friendly environment and to good working standards and employment. This is one of the things I like about subway. Subway shops come in many shapes and sizes, because they are a franchise they can be opened anywhere either in an actual shop of their own or within other stores or complexes such as universities, shopping centres and much more. *** How it works *** Subway is all about sandwich ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I finally visited a Subway recently after getting some vouchers out of the Metro newspaper for some free cookies with a sub. Since i had never been to one before i didn't know how the queueing system worked having seen it before only through a window. It is a little confusing for first timers because you have to choose your sub then follow it along the queue as it is being built by about 5 different people asking what you do and don't want in it, only to get to the end and have it wrapped up and a packet of cookies thrown in a bag for you. So all i will say is, it's a bit of a mad rush queueing and a bit confusing if you don't know how it works. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/12 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Subway is one of the world's most famous sandwich shops. I absolutely love going here and it's served me well on my travels across the world when I've been unsure or untrusting of the local cuisine. The basic idea is that you go in, choose your filling, bread, salad and sauce. There are a wide range of options for fillings including hot meat, cold meat, tuna and a veggie patty. They also tell you on the signs on the walls how many calories are in each sub and there's a sign with all the subs under 500 calories. You can have your sub as either a 6 inch or a foot long; although I'm always tempted to go for the foot long, 6 inch is enough for me for a lunch if I ... Read the complete review
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