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No. 7 Sub
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2011
So, I'm not much of a sub sandwich eater, but let me tell ya', since discovering this place, I'm a convert! I never can help from eating the whole thing. Can't say I love them all, but that's why there's apples & oranges.
Posted by jbosh9 on 02/04/2011
I would understand if someone were to be skeptical when first perusing their menu. It may seem overly clever or gimmicky... until you actually taste one (or a lot more) of their sandwiches. Then you'll realize that whover composes these unusual sandwiches knows exactly what they're doing. The combinations are inspired and harmonious and the ingredients are top quality. Now I love ham and swiss on a roll and Italian combos and know a variety of places to get good versions of those but this place is unique and in a city where you can find a sandwich in thousands of bodegas, delis and restaurants that's a real accomplishment.
Posted by jc midwest on 02/03/2011
i was excited to finally make it in to check it out. extremely disappointed. everything sounds really interesting, but ended up really tragic. maybe i don't have the developed pallet for something so.. er.. poor!
Posted by anonymous on 10/28/2010
The roast turkey sandwich has to be one of the most revolting flavor combos I've ever eaten. It's supposed to be turkey, blue cheese, pickled melon, dijon, and basil. Could be good, right? Unfortunately, the basil was actually slathered-on basil mayo, the melon was just wrong, and there was this ground-up brown paste (vegemite?) that was so overly salty and slimy, it turned the mediocre sandwich into a disaster. So gross. Two bites, and into the garbage it went. If I ever go back (doubtful), I'll be sure to avoid this disaster of a sandwich creation.
Posted by Marielle on 05/11/2010
the pickles are awesome unfortunately i dont eat meat but the tuna salad sub was great they even let me add fried lemon in there A+ the broccoli sub is hands down my favorite! i dont know where they came up with frying a lemon and putting it in a sandwich but thsnk god for it A++ definitely go try it
Posted by Turk on 04/22/2010
Best pickle I have ever had. The Broccoli sub was great, too. The fried lemon made the sandwich. Going back for more...
Posted by AC on 03/31/2010
The menu is limited but funky enough to peak interest. With that said, I do hope it changes often. I ordered a Tuna sub (really not a sub, but a mini baguette) thats comes dressed with granny smith apples, sprouts, crushed bbq chips and parmesan- One would think that with given combination that flavor would be expolsive- no such luck. It was pretty much a dull tasting Tuna sub not unlike those found at a concession kiosk. I also noticed that the tuna used was from large can, and of generic food service brand. I really wanted to like it, the place had a decent vibe. Just didn't deliver.