Tempting Turkey Sub at Subway

10433 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, Virginia

By Patricia B. Mitchell, 2006.


The turkey sandwich which my husband and I shared at the Subway on Midlothian Turnpike (see map) in Richmond, Virginia, was one of the best Subway sandwiches we have ever eaten. All the veggies tasted fresh, the turkey did not have that fake smoky flavor you sometimes bump into, and the whole wheat bread was tender and wholesome. (We didn't ask for the grated carrots which we usually choose because they looked dried out, white-ish, and sort of wilted.)

Our daugher Sarah enjoyed her Cold Cut on Italian Herbs & Cheese bread. She chose various raw veggies, including the sweet peppers, which are not usually offered at Subways in our region.

Our son Jonathan ordered the Cold Cut on Honey Oat bread, cookies, and drink (the Meal Deal). He liked all his choices.

The staff was efficient enough, the place clean enough — all in all, it was a very nice lunch.


Turkey on Wheat bread.


Cold Cut on Italian Herbs & Cheese bread.


Cold Cut on Honey Oat bread.