The quality of the food is questionable and it is quite overpriced. I think there are many other fast food restaurants I would rather prefer to eat in.
The bread was not really fresh. Some bread types weren't available. Staff had no idea abou the daily sub. It is extremely overpriced, you can eat in a proper restaurant with waiters for the same price.
Built in the Soviet era with their technology, rather a lot of it is now looking sad and worn out. But the trains run fast and roughly every 3 minutes all hours of the day, and get you there.
Marvellous way of getting around. We had a 48hr bus ticket, but if we wanted to get somewhere quick-sharpish we used the subway. Cheap, regular and clean. Useful to have coins for ticket vending machines as we had difficulty using notes - they were repeatedly ejected from the machine and we sometimes had to walk to the next stop where... More
If one wants a sandwich, could get better sandwiches, though th quality is th same all around the world, so if you'd like to eat a known food, you'll like it.
The Budapest subway was clean, reliable, cheap and easy to use. We just bought packets of 10 tickets to use, as that was the most economical choice for our visit. All of the subway stations are marked with the yellow bars and signs, but aren't easily visible from a distance unless you know where to look. A couple of times... More
Well, ever since Subway closed in Croatia, I was dying to eat there, and this was a great opportunity. Even though the sandwich artist didn't know a word of English, we somehow managed to make me a meal :)
This one is open 24h./day (xcept spec. Holidays) Not the same quality as in the US. If you'd like to eat in a Subway in Budapest, I'd go and find another one.(there is one in the Westend city center, and another in Mammut)
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