No.7 Sub is finally open! They opened their door a week ago and the line is already out the door by 12:30pm! I had heard that their freshly-made-on-the-premises-bread runs out fast so we headed there early and just beat the crowd. There were more sandwiches on the menu than the original preview menu which was a nice surprise. We decided to share a few different ones to get a proper sampling. The "General Tso" was great, the fried tofu was deliciously soft and the whole thing had a banh mi-ness to it, cilantro, pickled carrots... it was delicious! The "Broccoli" sandwich was a real surprise, it was made with simple steamed broccoli, fresh mozzarella, thai basil pesto and fried lemons. It was amazing and fresh... a truly unique taste! The "Roast Beef" was also really interesting, with pickled blueberries and korean Doenjang sauce on it! Their homemade Yuzu Hibicus Gingerale was amazing! I'm not really the type to care for a flavoured drink while eating but I loved it SO much that I plan to get it every time. It's not very sweet and has a strong ginger flavour.. and as you know Yuzu is my true love. So all in all I was impressed with No.7, the sandwiches were really good and unique tasting and the fresh bread was soft and yummy. I look forward to heading back for more. I plan to try the "Ceviche" and the "Hot & Sour Egg Salad" sandwiches next!
20 West 29th Street (at the Ace Hotel)
New York, NY