Containing: Reggae Reggae Sauce Marinated Chicken, Fire Roasted Peppers and Onions, Cucumber, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Olives, Jalapeno's, Wheat (Brown) Bread
Review by Alex Thorne:
By now, you will have probably all seen the advert for this particular sandwich, but what you may not remember is the back story of the particular sauce used. The titular "Reggae Reggae Sauce" and its pioneer Levi Roots was first seen three years ago on the BBC hit programme "Dragons Den", from which it recieved the investment it needed to become a top label product.
Anyway, onto the Sandwich itself.
Pro's: firstly, the chicken itself was of excellent quality, and the sweet, tangy, slightly spicy RR Sauce complimented it beautifully.
Secondly, if you go for all of the salad options that i have outlined in the description, then you get one mighty sandwich that, although not recommended for those with small mouths, will leave you very satisfied
Thirdly, for those with health in mind, it is all in all a very good choice, clocking in at just 340 calories and 6 grams of fat for a 6 inch sandwich. (if ordered like it is described above. adding cheese, mayo, et al will affect these values). Pleasure without the guilt!
Con's: Firstly, the Roasted Peppers and Onions do look a little slimy and somewhat off-putting. Although they taste better than they look, you would expect it to look a little more appetising.
Secondly, as with a lot of Subway's menu fare, it is a little on the pricey side, clocking in at £3.49 for a 6 inch, and a staggering £6.20 for a foot-long. Not an everyday thing for the conscious spender!
Thirdly, although it is a largely healthy sub, it packs in 3 grams of salt, but thankfully it is not to noticeable on the palate.
All in all despite its flaws, it is still an excellent addition to the Subway roster, which will hopefully be made a permanent menu choice.
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