Subway the restaurant/fast food/whatever you call it chain doesn’t exist in Sri Lanka. The nearest Subway is in India, and while India has a lot of them, that doesn’t really make up for not having any here. And I get rumblings for subs every now and then, so, knowing that the Marrybrown has subs, we decided to give it a try.
First thing I noticed when we walked in? Free wifi. This is the only place in Sri Lanka where I’ve seen free wifi. I connected – no password needed, even – and sent a few tweets. Yup, it sure did work. 🙂
The menu isn’t hugely extensive, but it does include such delights as Hotouch Totilla, whatever that is. 😛
We ordered the Satay Classic and two subs.
The Satay Classic was okay. Not great. Not a huge amount of flavour. But edible.
The subs we took home to eat later. They were… disappointing. The lettuce was beyond wilted and all the way to black and half-rotted. Not appealing. At all. Beside that, they had virtually no redeeming value – they tasted… okay. In a pinch, they’d hit the hunger gap. They were edible, but not much more than that.
Would I go back? Only if we had no food in the house and there was nowhere else to eat. But I wouldn’t recommend it, no.