Best Sub E V E R

The best sub I have ever had came from Penn Station East Coast Subs in Cincinnati. Oh. My. Gosh. Amazing. Delicious. Spectacular. Words cannot truly describe how great this sub is. The first time I went to Penn Station, I did not know what to expect. However, since that first visit, we have made Penn Station a regular stop while in Cincinnati.



Penn Station offers both grilled and regular subs. I always go for the Veggie Sub and Fresh Cut Fries at Penn Station. My Veggie includes American Cheese, Mushrooms, Banana Peppers, Tomatoes, Pickles, Lettuce and Honey Mustard Dressing. The sub arrives to you hot off the grill on amazing Italian bread. The meltiness of the cheese with the hot & cold toppings, bring all ingredients together in perfect harmony. I have never had a complaint when it comes to this sub. The sub is also very large and filling. Ingredients are very, very fresh and the bread melts in your mouth. There is nothing negative I can say about Penn Station other than the fact that the closest one to Naples, is in South Carolina. Overall Rating: 10/10.

The Fresh Cut Fries are also very, very good. Nothing beats fresh cut fries when it comes to fries. And, not only are these fries fresh cut but, they are fresh cut and cooked to order. My potato gets cuts and cooked when I order them. Not days or even hours before. When I order them. This most certainly makes a huge difference in the quality and taste of the fries. The fries are cooked to a golden perfection and seasoned just enough. They always arrive piping hot as well. These are some of the best fries I have ever eaten. Overall Rating: 10/10.

I’m not going to review the cookies in the photo because, we did not order these and I did not really try them. It was free cookie day so the cookies appeared without our knowing.

There are not many places that will ever receive a Perfect 10 Rating from me. Penn Station is one of these few places. If I had a Penn Station near me, I would visit it at least once a week. The sub and fries are just that good. Go to Penn Station. Now.

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