Quiznos Subs – Prime Rib on Toasted Garlic Bread

Quiznos is a wonderful place to get a customizable sub, and they are always friendly and willing to help! I went in this time with my eye set on the special: Prime Rib on Garlic Bread as as always, when I’m trying some new, I like to take the smallest size available — just in case!

I got my order in a combo with Chicken Noodle Soup which I was really happy about, since I really felt like having soup. To my disappointment, the soup was overly salty, and I didn’t feel like saying anything, so I just took a few spoonfuls and threw it out.

The overall of the sub looked really squished when it arrived to me. But, as I was eating through it, it got yummier as all the vegetables, cheese and prime rib was being exposed.

As mentioned, Quiznos can customize your sub, with the choice of what you want on your sub from sandwiches, sammies, pizza to start with. Then, there are more options of the main ingredients in your sub, and of course the option of the type of bread you’d like. I’ve played mix and match a few times, and really, any selection is a great and tasty selection!

I left really satisfied, and I could be back soon!

  • Quiznos Sub - 130th Ave Calgary
  • Quiznos Sub - 130th Ave Calgary
  • Quiznos Sub - 130th Ave Calgary
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  • Quiznos Sub - Prime Rib on Garlic Bread
  • Quiznos Sub - Prime Rib on Garlic Bread
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Quiznos Subs

4705 130 Ave SE
Calgary, AB
(403) 257-4712

Posted: Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 @ 5:16 PM
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2 Responses to “Quiznos Subs – Prime Rib on Toasted Garlic Bread”

  1. Baris Says:

    I was wondering what did you like on that burnt thing sticking out of the sub? What was it actually? Did you eat it?

  2. elsie Says:

    Hi! Yup, I ate it, and the prime rib wasn’t burnt, even though it may look like it. The edges of the prime rib was seasoned nicely, The toasting was a little bit charred, but it wasn’t enough to leave a bitter taste or anything! :)

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