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September 25, 2012

QUIZNOS' Toasty Subs Now in Manila!



September 25, 2012

QUIZNOS' Toasty Subs Now in Manila!

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Finally, QUIZNOS Sandwiches are now toasting in the Philippines! We really enjoyed their different sandwich combinations. :)

It's great that we have another healthy alternative in the metro.

Here's what to expect when ordering in Quiznos...




Quiznos-16.jpgAlthough it's a fast food joint, it doesn't really look like one with its high ceiling-ed dining area. Here, you have to line up, order, and pay at the counter.

You can also have your car wait outside and just order to-go. It would be nice if they could have a drive-thru in the future.

(TIP: There's no restroom, but you can use the nearby Bonifacio High Street restroom.)

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QUIZNOSSignature & Classic | Sub Sliders & Savory Steak | Soups, Salads, & Flatbreads | Drinks

Check out the pricing of their Classic and Signature subs. Note: Small is 5", Regular is 8" and Large is 11". (A bit different from Subway's 6" and 12" versions.)

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You have the option of ordering Artisan Wheat, Italian White, or Rosemary Parmesan for your bread. We like the wheat version, which has a soft but chewy texture.

The size above is 11" and it's already good to share for 2 persons. We prefer the 8" (indicated by the middle line in the green-colored cutting board above). The 5" is a bit bitin.

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They assemble the sandwich in front of you while you wait.

(Note: Since they just opened, it takes a little while to get your order since the servers have to refer to their kodigo for the sandwich combination.)

Quiznos-4.jpgThe meats and cheeses are assembled first for 'The Traditional' before they toast it.

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A few minutes of toasting gives it crunchy edges, melted cheese, and a nice, toasted flavor.

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Then, the vegetables and other ingredients are added to finish the sub.

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The Traditional (Regular 8" - P175) with Artisan Wheat, Roast Beef, Chicken Breast, Ham, Cheddar, Black Olives, Lettuce, Tomatoes, and Ranch.

I like the Classic versions because of the additional lettuce and tomatoes. You can opt to have the Chicken Ranch & Swiss with just the All-Natural Chicken, no beef, with vegetables, at the same price.

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Chicken Carbonara (Regular 8" - P185) with Artisan Wheat, All-Natural Chicken, Smokey Bacon, All-Natural Mozzarella, Sauteed Mushrooms, Parmesan Alfredo Sauce.

This is really good for kids because it's like the ever-popular carbonara (but with bread instead of pasta).

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Double Cheese CheeseSteak (Regular 8" - P295) with Artisan Wheat, Steak, Double All-Natural Swiss, Sauteed Onions, Mayonnaise.

For cheesesteak lovers, we recommend this double cheese cheesesteak :) The Savory Steak Subs are P100+ more expensive than the Classic and Signature Subs.

Don't be afraid to customize. You could even add more vegetables to make this a complete meal.

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I personally like their Quiznos' Batch 83 Four Pepper Chili Sauce -- it's sweet, not too peppery, and the kids love it too. :) Don't forget to ask for a serving when you order for takeout.

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Congratulations, QUIZNOS, for finally opening in Manila! I prefer it over Subway, but I do hope more accessible branches can be opened soon. :)

QUIZNOS Philippines
Flagship Branch
Ground Floor One Parkade
7th St. corner 28th St.
Bonifacio High Street, 
Bonifacio Global City Taguig
(At the back of ROX, beside Bonchon)

Email: franchise@quisnos.com.ph
Facebook: Quiznos Philippines
Twitter: @QuiznosPH
Open Daily 9.00am to 12.00 mn

Let me know what's your favorite Quiznos Sandwich in the comments section! :)

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Full Disclosure: I wrote this blog post myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I have no business relationship with any company mentioned in this post or any organization promoting it. As a policy, I don't accept advertising from food and travel places we feature in the blog. We paid for our meals.

P.S. You can park in One Parkade -- P45 for the first three hours. Open from 7am (Mondays to Fridays) and 10am (Saturdays & Sundays) until 12 midnight.

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