Selling fast food has been the goal of Subway over time, and from the sales of sub sandwiches, they have now branched to the sales of sliders. These are the Subway sliders review results by those who have consumed the Subway sliders and what they think about them.

What are Subway Sliders?

Subway sliders, as they are called, are little sandwiches that are made in four different varieties. These varieties include Jack and Ham, Spicy Italian, Little Cheesesteak, and Little Turkey, and they all have a resemblance with a known footlong sandwich.

For customers to make reviews, they purchased each slider with their corresponding footlong. One of the customers stated how he tried all the sliders he purchased from the Subway and compared them with their footlong counterparts.

After consumption, they didn’t taste like their footlong counterparts at all. This is because he thought the Jack and Ham and the Italian sliders had a better taste than their  footlong counterparts.

While on the other hand, another customer commented that the footlong Philly Cheesesteak is more enjoyable than the Little Cheesesteak slider, though the slider is not as expensive as the footlong Cheesesteak.

Subway Sliders Reviews from Other Customers

One stated that the slider version of the Cheesesteak tasted very nice compared to the footlong. The slider had parts of it that were crunchy, while quite soft in the middle on the inside and warm and almost melting as you eat it.

Another review stated that with the footlong version, they possessed more savory and salty steak as compared with the slider versions. But the sliders had sauce, veggies, and cheese.

In the opinion of this reviewer, he stated how he preferred the steak to all the other toppings used in the preparation of the fast foods. But the sliders were more filling than the footlong after consumption and also the Italian toasty bread went very well with the meat used in the preparation. 

In the opinion of this reviewer, the footlong cheesesteak tasted way better than the Little Cheesesteak slider. This is because the footlong version has more meat than the slider version.

Another reviewer stated that meat to the number of toppings was better in the slider than the footlong versions, but he was not so happy with the smaller sandwich.

For another, for the sliders to make most customers happy, they need a lot of meat in them. Like the hearty sandwich as an example, without a lot of meat, it may not taste as good as it should.

Other people stated the Jack and Ham slider had a great cheese-to-ham ratio, and it made for great fast food.

One of the Subway sliders review writers stated that he preferred the Little Cheesesteak slider than the footlong version of it due to the little melted cheese and the hard roll to begin with.

Which do you prefer when it comes to Subway sliders vs. footlong subs? We’d love to hear your Subway slider review!