3 REASONS TO LOVE SUBWAY


I admit it, having an office at RCBC Plaza in Makati is my comfort zone. Aside from its admirable architectural design and its strategic location on Ayala corner Gil Puyat Ave, a variety of food outlets on the Third Floor - Podium is ready to entice even Thor's craving for sustenance.

One of my all time favorites is Subway. It's "Eat Fresh" slogan simply says it all. But that isn't the ONLY good thing I love about them. 

Here are my TOP 3 REASONS TO LOVE SUBWAY: 


3. YOU CHOOSE:

Feel free to customize your sub!
photo by Subway Philippines

Whatever you're in the mood for, they have a wide variety of Subs, salads, and sides to choose from. And every one of their Subs is made fresh in front of you, exactly the way you want it! 

According to SUBWAY, "every sandwich is fresh and made to order – just for you! In fact, there are over 2 million sandwich varieties available from our menu choices, so you can have your SUBWAY® sandwich with any combination of ingredients we offer."

How do you build your favorite Subway Sandwich?

  1. Your Menu Choice. Do you feel like having a sub or a salad? (i.e. footlong, 6"...)  Once you've figured out what you want, you're ready to move on. 
  2. Choose Your Bread. You will surely have a tough time choosing from a variety of gourmet breads - all baked fresh daily, including Italian, Wheat, Parmesan Oregano & Honey Oat. 
  3. Load Up On Fresh Veggies. Pile up your sub with all kinds of crisp veggies from the classics (i.e lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers) to the exotic (i.e. jalapenos, pickles, or olives).
  4. Sauce It Up. Last is certainly not least when it comes to ingredients. Add you favorite sauce, like Sweet Onion, Honey Mustard, or Ranch.
  5. Make It A Meal. You can always make your sub experience even better by combining it with one side and a drink.

2. SUB OF THE DAY:


Make eating healthy foods a daily habit. 
Subway introduces the new line-up for the Sub of the Day promo! Now available at all Subway Philippines branches! I can always say "Thank God It's Friday!" because I personally love their Tuna Sub scheduled every Friday.

SUBWAY: Sub Of The Day
photo by Subway Philippines

1. THRIFTY AT 69:

If you are craving for something fresh, but is also on a budget, try the Wow Sulit Spicy Italian Sub! Slices of spicy pepperoni, salami and cheese in the bread of your choice, all for just Php69. 

WOW! Sulit Sub
Spicy Italian 6" sub (15cm)
promo period runs from July 16 to August 15, 2011
photo by: Subway Philippines

Take note that this promo period runs from July 16 to August 15, 2011. I have good news for you! Subway Philippines usually just changes which sub to offer every promo period, so you can still enjoy your thrifty healthy WOW Sub!


SUBWAY's "first store was opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut in August, 1965. Then, they set a goal of having 32 stores opened in 10 years. Fred soon learned the basics of running a business, as well as the importance of serving a well-made, high quality product, providing excellent customer service, keeping operating costs low and finding great locations. These early lessons continue to serve as the foundation for successful SUBWAY® restaurants around the world." 

via Subway


The very first "Subway" Restaurant opened in 1965
photo by: Subway

Sweet Says... "I am very grateful that there's yet another reminder that we do always have an option. An option to choose healthy food and saving money at the same time. SUBWAY definitely did a remarkable job providing us a better option to choose nowadays in the era of booming fast foods. Care for some sub, anyone? See you at SUBWAY RCBC tonight!" 


Where to buy healthy food? 
Here are Subway locations in the Philippines:

Branch Contact Details:
SM Mall of Asia - +632-556-0773
SM North Edsa - +632-332-3150
SM Megamall - +632-477-4799
The Podium - +632-633-1790
Glorietta 3 - +632-894-4309
RCBC Plaza - +632-843-5573
Eastwood - +632-915-0453
Greenhills - +632-470-6985
Bluewave Diosdado Macapagal Blvd. - +632-556-4807
National Bookstore QC - +632-374-4388
Olongapo City - +6347-222-0110
Marilao, Bulacan - +6344-945-1033
Bocaue, Bulacan - +63917-525-0563








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