205-C Tomas Morato Ave., Tomas Morato, Quezon City, Metro Manila
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Living the work life in a clinic at the Tomas Morato strip means the advantage and disadvantage of the restaurants in the vicinity. We have this clearbook full of menus of the restaurants in the area for delivery during lunch breaks.
One work day, I wanted some sandwich so Quiznos was one of the choices. Since they had this promo, it was an easy decision. 79 pesos for four of their subs or sandwiches. Not bad really since they usually cost 100-150 pesos without the promotion.
I got the Chicken Ranch sandwich and it was an okay. I did not appreciate it that much, tbh, because I had Subway as comparison. Quiznos' bread was really tough, it was hard to chew. They were also dry and thick. The sauce and chicken meat in the sandwich was pretty okay for me though. Just the sandwich bread broke the deal
In one other lunch time, I also got to try their The Traditional sub. Contents like dressing, meat, and vegetables were an okay for me but the bread again was disappointing. It tasted like under cooked or old stocks of bread thus the texture. Could be, since they're in promo? Hmmm
I hope Subway opens in Morato!
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Grabbed a pre-workout sandwich because I left work early and I had a lot of spare time before my schedule with the coach.
Chicken Carbonara was just okay. I got the parmesan oregano bread which was tough to chew. The whole sandwich for me was quite dry - tough chicken meat slices and the hard to chew bread. The mix of flavors brought by the spices was good for me though. Liked how to sweet ranch merged with the spinach's herby taste making it similar to pesto.
All in all, I'd still go for Subway or Mr Grahams.
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