Sandwich chain offers healthy alternatives for diners on the go.. In Short Subway's health-conscious menu is built around greaseless deli sandwiches--turkey, chicken, roast beef, etc.--made on soft rolls baked daily in-house. Customers pick white, wheat or a specialty bun, name the length, choose the toppings and watch as the sandwich moves down the assembly line. Wraps, melts, salads and chips by the bag diversify the streamlined menu. And despite the bread factor, Subway boasts numerous successful weight-loss stories and low-carb menu items.
Avoid the Subway in the Phillipsburg Mall on Rt. 22.
My visit to this particular Subway recently (May '08) was so disappointing that I will never return to any Subway again. The contents of my pastrami sandwich were so chincy. It contained one very thin slice of pastrami, and it was loaded with fat. There was a very thin strand of swiss cheese, like a quarter of a thin slice. The pickle slice was also as thin as a piece of paper. The sandwich was so lightweight, and equivalent to eating a little spongy bun with a little sprinkling of something inside that could not even be tasted. This was not a sandwich, it was just an embarrassment.. and an expensive embarrassment. I paid $8.99. This was supposedly a foot-long sub, believe it or not. I am writing this to warn others that Subway has gone totally cheap to save $. There is no way they will stand up to all of the great competition that is out there these days. Don't waste your time. Go anywhere else.