Coarse, curly hairs in subs MORE THAN ONCE..
Okay, I used to eat here from time to time because I work nearby. It was fairly convenient, and it's right by the Ukrops, so after getting groceries I could pick up a quick dinner.
Well one day I stopped by there for lunch and as I sat at my desk and looked at the sandwich to take the next bite, THERE WAS A PUBIC HAIR STICKING OUT OF THE SUB. It was mixed in with the lettuce, and I almost vomited.
I threw it away and didn't eat there for months. After a while a co-worker invited me to have lunch there. I went reluctantly, and when I got my sandwich, I opened it up to inspect, acting like I was going to add more salt and pepper so my coworker wouldn't think I was crazy.
And what do you know? ANOTHER PUBIC HAIR in the lettuce. I showed my friend, and she was so disgusted that she threw hers away too, making a bit of a scene.
Maybe you're willing to take the chance, and my girlfriend tells me I should start playing the lottery because it's so rare that that could happen twice.
I don't know about that. I do know that I will never, ever eat there again, and I cannot discourage everyone else from eating there strongly enough.
Also, they don't all speak english, but that is the least of that place's worries.
GROSS GROSS GROSS
Sandwich chain offers healthy alternatives for diners on the go..
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