Review : E-Gate Subway Sandwich

The restaurants at E-gate, the building next to Tesco Penang seems to be doing very well. Several of the restaurants are filled to the brim, namely, Hongkie Kopitiam, Tao (or some name like that) and Subway Sandwich.

We tried out Subway today after looking at the mouth watering variety of sandwiches on Subway’s main website. Of course, many of the items we saw on Subway branches in USA are not available here. The Subway here is a halal outlet.

If you love bread and salad, then, Subway is the place for you. We had the foot long Italian BMT which is a foot long Parmesan Oregano bun filled with salami, ham and another sandwich with turkey breast and ham. You can choose any variety of fillings such as Chicken teriyaki, Steak, Beef, seafood, meatballs and many other choices. The vegetables too are too many to pick ranging from jalapeno peppers, olives, cucumbers, pickles, all sorts of green vegetables, tomatoes and etc. After that, you can pick the sauces you like which again, are many. My son had barbeque, mayonaise, olive oil and salt & pepper. I chosed mustard and mayonaise.

I only get a blur photo because I couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into the crispy vege, cheese and meats. The service staffs are very efficient, friendly and accommodating. Though there are only three of them, things went smoothly. I must applaud this efficiency which is rare, if you compare the number of staffs hired by other fast food restaurants.
Prices wise, Subway may be more expensive than the fast food chains but their stuffs are fresh and different from the regular white buns we get. The fun is in picking the combination that makes the sandwich taste great.

Our dinner bill comes to roughly RM35 for two persons. I suppose the lunch hour crowds will be good as there are many expatriates working in the free trade zone who will patronise outlets serving western foods like Subway.
Another review by Wekgna.com can be found here.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

10 thoughts on “Review : E-Gate Subway Sandwich

    sarah

    (August 14, 2006 - 6:30 am)

    hi, i posted this on your comment box a while back but i think you must have missed it! 🙂 but where can i get pampas pastry in penang? don’t seem to be able to find it at tesco or sunshine square.

    QuaVadis

    (August 14, 2006 - 9:59 am)

    Arggh!!! Salivating again!! hahahahaha If go on diet, cannot read your food blogs 😛

    babe_kl

    (August 14, 2006 - 10:10 am)

    lilian, next trip there you must try the meat balls one… very scrumptious and get ready wads of tissues too hahaha… awww i miss subway. the one near my workplace had closed down.

    f1re80

    (August 14, 2006 - 11:22 am)

    Apparently there is a story that a Person lost a lot weight just by eating subway sandwich only for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

    How lar to lose weight? I must eat rice one with Kari and Sambal Belachan.

    Prometeuz

    (August 14, 2006 - 1:47 pm)

    auntie should take pic of the ad of the fat guy loose like 30kg by eating subway. Everytime i go to subway, i ask when they are going to replace the pic cos 1/world populations is just not convincing enuf.

    Lilian

    (August 14, 2006 - 2:41 pm)

    Prometeuz – I didn’t see that ad here wor. But hor, if give me eat Subway every day, I also can lost weight and die terus ‘cos I can’t stand eating sandwiches. Wuah…last time when I was in France/certain parts of Italy, picking up such sandwich was all we can afford and until now, I see sandwich, I still think of the meals I had. LOL. Give me maggi mee anytime!

    fire80 – Ya, nasi putih with sambal also can do already. Kicap taruh.

    babe_kl – I bet we are going back soon ‘cos my sons like ’em. I am going to try out the jalapeno chili next time.

    QV – Wei, you no fasting today ah? I hungrrryyy..only one coffee so far (2.40 pm liao)

    Sarah – Sorry, I saw it but did not manage to reply. It can be found from Cold Storage and Giant in Jalan Burmah.

    gimbot

    (August 14, 2006 - 5:54 pm)

    wahh.. i really love subway sandwich.. the nearest to me is 1utama.. sometime ular-ing go early for lunch.. memang very expensive lah more than rm10 for a sandwich! only i makan, all my friends refuse to buy – so kedekut.. so tapau then go eat at other place with them..

    QuaVadis

    (August 15, 2006 - 11:37 am)

    Yesterday, yes..tat’s why it was such torment reading the post…and that’s why only reply u today hahahahaha

    alex

    (August 15, 2006 - 1:28 pm)

    yay! Subway is finally open! I always wanted to test subway’s sandwiches, last weekened I went to KL but didnt get to sample them in 1-Utama.. guess my luck didn’t run out.. going to get them this week~

    pik

    (August 16, 2006 - 9:23 am)

    ugh so sick of eating subways..

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