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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Mmmmmm....Quiznos!




If you've been reading this blog for quite a while, you would notice that I don't have much posts from restos around The Fort area. It's because I rarely visit the area. But when I do, I make sure my visit would be worth it.

I recently went to The Fort with fellow foodie, KC, to the newly-opened restaurant chain Quiznos.


Quiznos is an American quick serve chain known for serving toasted subs, or submarine sandwiches. Their Fort branch is their flagship store in the country, and they're opening more branches around the metro soon.

How do you order a sub?


First, you choose which size you want: Small (5"), Regular (8") or Large (11")
Then choose the type of bread: Artisan Wheat, Italian White, or Rosemary Parmesan.

Quiznos staff making some subs

You may also choose chips from Frito Lay as sides to your sub.



We tried three Regular subs in Rosemary Parmesan. We had two Signature subs: Chicken Carbonara (Php 185) and Pulled Pork with BBQ Sauce (Php 185).

Chicken Carbonara
Pulled Pork with BBQ

Chicken Carbonara has chicken, bacon, mozzarella cheese, sauteed mushroom and parmesan alfredo sauce. Pulled Pork with BBQ sauce also has cheddar cheese and lettuce. I liked the crunch of the lettuce from the Pulled Pork but I also liked the mildness of the flavor of Chicken Carbonara.

We also a Savory Steak flavor, the Double Cheese Cheesesteak (Php 295).

Double Cheese Cheesesteak

The Double Cheese Cheesesteak has sauteed onions, mayonnaise and double all-natural Swiss cheese and steak. I find the meat quite tender and loved the melted Swiss cheese.

To add some flavor to the sub, you may add Quiznos' Batch 83 Four Pepper Chili Sauce, which we lovingly call "Siopao Sauce" (go figure out why). :P

the sauce!

For dessert, we each had a Chocolate Fudge Cookie (Php 35). The cookie was moist and wasn't too sweet for me.

Chocolate Fudge Cookie

Overall, Quiznos is quite an awesome experience. I find their prices reasonable and the sizes of the subs (regular and large) are good for sharing. I just wished they have fries or onion rings to go with the subs, though. I will definitely go back to try their other subs, in a nearer branch, perhaps? :)




Quiznos Menu

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Quiznos
(Beside Bon Chon)
Ground Floor
One Parkade Building,
28th Street cor 7th Street,
Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig City
Twitter: @QuiznosPH

35 comments:

  1. Tried traditional but didn't find it wow. I liked the rosemary parmesan bread though and the sweet pepper sauce. My friend liked the carbonara sub.

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    1. Hi pinkcookies? Which one did you try? :)

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    2. Oops, sorry. Overlooked. I hope you'll try the other subs though. :)

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  2. Wow! Those subs looks really awesome Michymichymoo! I hope they'd open a branch in Trinoma or SM North soon :)

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    1. Hi Drunken Pig! I know they're opening a branch in Cubao. :)

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  3. Whoa! I want to try Chicken Carbonara subs...sana lang meron sa SM North soon

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    1. I do hope they'll open a branch somewhere North soon. :)

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  4. Hmmm...the savory steak subs seem to be calling me...

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    1. Hey food dude! I hope you'll give this place a visit soon! :)

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  5. Saw this outlet last week and I actually included it in my next food adventure :)

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  6. Yes, a side of onion rings would go perfectly with those subs. I'd love to try out their sandwiches soon.

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    1. I hope they'll serve onion rings or fries soon. :)

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  7. For some reason I kept reading "toasted" as "deep fried" and I was curious on how deep fried subs would look like :) . Perhaps my brain is still asleep :) So how are they compared to subway?

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    1. I haven't tried Subway lately, but will try to visit Subway to compare. :)

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  8. It does look like its worth trying :)

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  9. that double cheese cheese steak with cheetos pls! yikes why did i visit your blog on a lunchtime.. XD

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    1. Hahaha! Hope you'll visit Quiznos soon! :)

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  10. I saw this at The Fort. I will try it out next time! I like the fact that they have a "small" serving that is smaller than the regular size, hehe!

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    1. Yes, especially if you want to try everything.hehe. ;P

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  11. I can't believe I haven't been there yet... -.-

    http://wonderwomanrises.blogspot.com

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    1. You should visit soon, Wonder Woman! ;)

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  12. Just like you, I seldom go to The Fort and I make it a point na sulitin when I visit. =)

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    1. I do hope that The Fort will be more commuter-friendly. I might frequent the place then. :P

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  13. They have a cozy place and the food looks superb. I wanna try

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    1. Yes, they do. Though it tends to get crowded late at night. :)

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  14. I don't frequent the place too 'cause I find it a bit far from my place. But I'd give this one a try when I get to visit there one of these days.

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  15. Mmmmm... I want the Double Cheese Cheesesteak. :)

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    1. I hope there's a Quiznos branch there. :)

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  16. Panalo! they're opening a branch at ATC too. ;-) Thanks for the post Michy. Can't wait to try their sandwiches :-)

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    1. You're welcome, Roni! Hope you'll visit Quiznos soon! :)

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  17. Mouthwatering! We tried this years ago and all I can remember is that my husband couldn't stop talking about the horseradish sauce. Will schedule a trip to the Fort soon...

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