Signage just went up today. Their branding fits in well with the heritage building:Quiznos is the best currently available IMO, too bad they've almost disappeared from the GTA.
But Potbelly, a chain that started in Chicago, is by far the best and is coming to Toronto. They're not as fast for in and out but the quality and taste are much better.
I still remember when Mr. Sub was the sub sandwich place in Toronto. Then, all of a sudden, Subway seemed to come in and its popularity declined. I noticed Mr. Sub is now more common in the suburbs, but seems less common overall.
Which do you prefer and what was it about Subway that made it more favorable than Mr. Sub?
As a kid my Dad used to take me to Mr. Sub and it was the best sandwich I’d ever had. I continued to patron there as a teenager on my lunches going to high school. After Subway arrived in Canada I continued to eat Mr. Sub; however, I noticed more and more Subways popping up and less and less Mr. Subs so when I felt like a sub for lunch the only choice became was Subway so I tried it and over time I can see the clear difference with both franchises......It's too bad this thread didn't have a poll!
I'm one for Subway. I'm a pretty simple guy and I like my simple footlong meatball marinara sub on whole wheat.
Isn’t that due to the plasticizers they add?Subway’s bread is softer and fresh tasting,
That is what I mentioned about 2.5 years ago:Isn’t that due to the plasticizers they add?
Subway claims to have removed Azodicarbonamide https://www.cnn.com/2014/02/06/health/subway-bread-chemical/index.html
But unless they’re baking fresh daily and tossing out loaves they must be doing something to keep the bread soft.
Don't forget that some of the bread Subway uses contain the same substance as yoga mats.