I'd been meaning to stop by here for some time, but today lunch and proximity co-incided, so I came to a remake of an old sub restaurant to discover that the current owners were Koreans who combined subs with typical Korean fare. I almost bought a beef bulgogi sub, but opted for a less expensive Italian. The restaurant copies the Subway style with various additions to the basic sub, the sub alone or as a "meal." All in all the sub was good and plentiful - in fact it wll serve as lunch tomorrow.
I'm sure I will come back again and see how Korean and Italy combine.
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