We went to Quiznos on Wednesday. Yes, I'm aware that it has nothing to do with my Asian experience.
And I enjoyed every bite of it anyway.
This Quiznos is at the new-ish Orchard Central mall.
It's right next to the Carhatt store. How's that for a slap of home? It was like a shot of tequila to my homesickness.
The menu is a tad shortened, but we've grown accustomed to American things being scaled down in Asia.
Everything looked very much the same as the shops in the States, right down to the pepper bar.
Aaron got the Zesty Grill Steak. I got the Smokey Chili Turkey --only because they don't carry the Chicken Carbonara. Otherwise, I'd never cheat on the Carbonara (hold the mushrooms).
It was honestly the best sub sandwich I've had in Singapore. I ate every single crumb.
I'm not kidding. I scooped every bread flake up with my fork. It looked like I hadn't eaten in days by the way I was hoovering this thing down.
Best part of all? The pepper bar had banana peppers. Singapore is experiencing a serious banana pepper drought. I think I ate 15 on my sandwich alone just to compensate for the lack in my diet.
Then just to top off our Singapore American experience, we picked up our own trash and threw it away.
Just like they do in the States.