My review is base on my comparison with Subway. I gave it three because the sandwich was average at best. I decided to try this place with my family today since they were advertising a couple of their sandwiches at Best Buy. The store looked pretty new and the people behind the counter were nice. I did find the menu a little confusing and it seems the workers determine the amount of condiments that go into the sandwich. It's not like Subway where you get to see it as it is being made. I guess this sandwich shop doesn't heat/toast their bread like subway does. I bought three eight-inch sandwiches (JJBLT, PEPE & VITO), three regular size drinks, one bag of chips and one ""Plain Slim"" (very small) sandwich with a little meat--no lettuce, cheese or anything else. Don't get me wrong--the sandwiches were ok but the cost came out to $26.02. Especially when you can get a foot long sandwich meal at Subway for about the same price you pay for just one narrow 8in sandwich (no drink and chips included) at JJs. These guys will make you pay for individual items. Don't expect to see any kind of meal deal--all you have to do is check their online menu and you'll see. Too pricey based on what you get and probably not a place I'll be returning anytime soon.