When I was told there would be chicken fingers in a bun, I was sold.
Let me back track a little. On our way from New Smyrna Beach to St. Augustine, we stopped to get a sandwich at a Publix, a supermarket chain in the US. Now, your typical grocery store isn’t generally the place to get a fresh made sandwich, but these sandwiches from Publix (known as “pub subs”) are quite the hit. You can even order them ahead online.
I was curious to see what all the fuss about. Several people recommended that I try the Chicken Tender Sub (with buffalo chicken.) I chose the Italian 5-Grain bread, white American cheese, dill pickles, lettuce, tomato, ranch, and opted for the toasting option.
This sandwich was super fresh, especially the chicken. You pay the same price for a sandwich here as you would for Subway, but the quality is much higher. Toasting is an absolute essential when ordering a pub sub so you can get all that gooey cheese action. Don’t go too crazy with your sauces – Buffalo and ranch don’t need anything else messing with them.
I was told on good authority that you can add macaroni and cheese to any pub sub FOR FREE. You’re welcome.