March 16, 2011

Quiznos Prime Rib on Garlic Bread

primeribongarlic.jpgFull disclosure: The nice folks at Quiznos sent me a gift card so I could try one of their new prime rib sandwiches that they recently introduced to their menu. I decided to get the Prime Rib on Garlic Bread. The prime rib was surprisingly tender, but didnít have the amount of flavor that you get from prime rib at a nice restaurant. The meat was moist, but not juicy. Juicy is what I was hoping for. You know, juice running down your chin kind of juicy. And although the sandwich is advertised as having extra meat, it didnít seem to me that there was any more than a typical sandwich. To be fair, I didnít actually compare the amount of meat to another sandwich (I had left my scale at homeÖ), so my observation is purely subjective. The sandwich also had cheddar cheese on it. My favorite part of the sandwich, surprisingly, was the garlic aioli. It was delicious! Iíd lather the creamy aioli on just about everything I eat if I could. The aioli made a good sandwich a little bit better. Thereís a lot of sandwiches on the menu at Quiznos, but the Prime Rib on Garlic Bread is a good choice if you are like me and prefer a straight-forward, meat and cheese sandwich.

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Posted by Jim on March 16, 2011

Sounds good. Think I'll have to go out and try one of those this week. Gotta love anything with garlic in it.

Posted by: Jin at March 16, 2011 11:31 PM

Yes, it does sound good. Don't get to Quiznos as often as I once did, but this may be a good enough reason to make a return visit.

Posted by: kpenny at March 17, 2011 10:24 PM

I've found Quizno's have really shrunk their food items in the past couple years. Probably to keep their prices low to compete with Subway and their 5 dollar lettuce-heavy sandwiches.

Posted by: Review Spew at March 30, 2011 6:14 PM

I tried this the other day. It truly was delicious... I loved how much garlic flavor it had. Another awesome thing they have out there for a limited time is the Bacon Chicken Dipper. Can't go wrong with a cup of cheese sauce to dip your sub in.

Posted by: Jin at March 31, 2011 11:42 PM
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