For many fast food professionals it is a long tradition that although the metro has been presented for years as a healthy alternative/economy for the industry, in reality it is not as good (in terms of taste or nutrients). Try to photograph the submarine you just bought and make it look Instagram-worthy. Really, try it and you’ll have a great time, even in a better light. But the metro is beginning to change its perception by bringing quality ingredients to the fore. Chickens raised without antibiotics are now at the top of the list. Originally a long-term goal, Metro introduced this week a rotisserie type chicken, without antibiotic-induced chickens. This premium option does not replace the current supply of chicks (which will itself be antibiotic-free in April), but is offered as a supplement. We took the submarine Roisserie Chicken to see how it folds.
- 9 rolls of wheat
- Provolone cheese
- Green Pepper
- Honey mustard
- Rotisserie chicken
The metro-rotisserie chicken is made from white chicken meat that is hand-drawn in a shop, while the leather remains still to give the rotisserie the grape and the real taste. Six centimetres is listed as 350 calories, but note that this is without cheese or sauce, 29 grams of protein and only 6 grams of fat. These numbers will increase a little after you’ve added your favorite cheese and sauce (the subway even promotes cheese and honey mustard sauce in the description of the sandwich), but in general the subway is basic enough to be very healthy, at least compared to half a kilo of fried chicken or hamburger. Six inches cost $4.75, a foot costs $7.75.
When I ordered a chicken, a metromanager pulled in a meat dish with small chicken boats, and I was immediately a bit sceptical about the size of the portion. On previous subway trips where chicken, steak or other uncut meat was ordered for lunch, each of these baths consisted of a 15 cm thick sandwich. The amount of chicken in each of these cups seemed rather small and looked even worse on a sandwich. Luckily for me, the process of distributing the chicken was different in the roasting method, and there were two baths per six inches, which gave a much more satisfying amount.
The chicken was much better than the previous metro series. With its good taste, juiciness and texture, the rotisserie chicken seemed authentic. The tanned skin created a wonderful feeling of real chicken on a skewer. For me it is a pretty important moment for Subway to stand out from the national teams and eat meat in the real meat kingdom.
The sandwich was well complemented with recommendations for menu items such as lettuce, tomatoes, green peppers, onions and honey mustard. I added a little provolone cheese, and a toast in the subway created a subtle melting sensation on the sliced chicken. Vegetables didn’t stand out because I generally prefer things with a dynamic taste, such as cucumber, banana pepper and brown mustard. I think I’ll go for my favorite vegetables in the future, because all the green peppers and onions were really a bit crispy. On the other hand, a new chicken has been put in the spotlight, making it even more appreciated.
Grilled chicken in the metro – Stop
I’m a big fan of this chicken. It smells, sees and tastes much better than normal metro chicken. The extra price is worth it, because the sandwich has been greatly improved. The sliced skin of the chicken tastes good, so it’s worth visiting it again. It might even be interesting to get 50% more meat compared to the luxury meat recently proposed by Metro. Although it’s not an incredibly large subwoofer, it’s the best subway offer yet.
A grilled chicken sandwich in the subway [FR] [panorama
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