The last time I had a submarine sandwich was in Mountain View, California where I spent an entire week eating nothing but.
Recently, we were at Jaya33 located just across the road from Jaya Supermarket. Actually these are the new premises of the old Jaya building which, from what I hear, is going to be torn down.
At any rate, we found a Subway restaurant there and we decided to have brunch there. We all ordered the half-foot sandwich, partly due to the price being 10 bucks for each .
This is the turkey breast sandwich the girls and I had. You get your choice of bread, fillings and sauces and seasonings. So that’s how we all ended up with different configurations.
This is the Italian sausage sandwich that Steev had. You can barely see the sausage! There’s maybe like 3 bologna-sized slices floating around in there.
And that really is the big difference between the huge, mile-high subs I had in the States which I could barely cram into my mouth … compared to these skimpy, mostly veggie ones that left us all still hungry after spending 50 bucks.