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CT Cuisine: Subway

 

In the latest quest for the ultimate student lunch, Trail Media reporters Shishyan Bhatta and Yabe Beneberu set out to review the worldwide fast food chain, Subway. Known for its customizable sandwiches, salads, and wraps, Subway is a healthy option for the C.T. High School lunch scene. 

  Subway offers a wallet-friendly menu for students on a budget, allowing them to build their own sub without breaking the bank. With a variety of bread, meats, veggies, and sauces, the versatility of flavors in Subway sandwiches is endless. Starting at $6.99 and going to around $9.99 for the standard 6″, this option is a student favorite as it offers a variety of options at a reasonably affordable price.

  Subway’s bread boasts a freshness that can’t be ignored. Soft yet sturdy, it provides a solid foundation for the variety of veggies and meats students can add. The meat choices are diverse, from classic Turkey and Ham to the Italian B.M.T. The freshness of the veggies adds a crisp and juicy layer to each bite, boosting the overall experience.

  Compared to its peers, Subway wins regarding its various dietary preferences. With options for vegans and vegetarians, Subway opens its doors to a broader demographic of students, ensuring that everyone can find a sub that suits their taste. 

  Regarding speed, the Subway assembly line ensures a swift process. Within a matter of minutes, students-created sandwiches are ready to go. Given the time constraints of high school lunch periods, this production method is an added bonus.

  The Subway atmosphere is distinct, with its vibrant green and yellow decor creating a cozy backdrop for students to enjoy their meals. The aroma of freshly baked bread lingering in the air also creates a welcoming ambiance. Compared to Dion’s, the seating could be more spacious, prompting students for a quick grab-and-go experience. 

  Compared to its sub counterpart, Dion’s, the location of the Subway could be better, as it’s at the farther side of the King Sooper, potentially adding to the time crunch students have during the lunch rush. However, this problem can be negated by ordering online and simply walking up and picking up the order. 

  Subways bring a variety of flavors to the table. Its emphasis on customization and speed makes it a viable option for students for lunch. Stay tuned as we continue our series, exploring how Subway stacks up in retrospect. Will it be a fresh victory or a subpar experience? Only one way to find out.

 

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Shishyan Bhatta
Shishyan Bhatta, Staff Reporter
Shishyan Bhatta is a third year journalism student and it's his second year in Trail Media. In his time on the team, he has reported on various topics ranging from telling stories about the community, to helping students manage stress. Shishyan has also earned recognition for his video on the school’s library renovations. When he’s not making stories about the Trail he likes to play video games, take photos, and watch true crime shows.
Yabe Beneberu
Yabe Beneberu, Editor
Yabetse Beneberu is a Senior at Cherokee Trail. With three years of experience on staff, and leading as the Video Production Editor during the 2023-2024 school year. Yabetse’s skills are predominantly in the Adobe Production Suite, from Premiere Pro to After Effects. Yabetse's main goals are to assist in producing the monthly show and help the staff with editing technicalities. When Yabetse is not involved in the journalism world at CT, he is working on projects for TSA (Technology student alliance), playing chess at Chess Club, or studying for IB (international baccalaureate) exams. All in all Yabetse Beneberu is ready to make this year the best possible year with the Digital Media staff, in creating informative and well produced content.

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