On my first visit, they were very busy, which is usually a good sign. I tried the meatball sub & had expected it to be like those I would get back East. The meatballs were huge and covered in copious amounts of tomato sauce. The bread was a bit too chewy & it was slightly burnt..
My dining companions enjoyed the Cajun sandwich & I'll probably try that next time (or another of their many options) I'm in the mood for a sandwich without East coast roots.
As others have mentioned, it is really hard to find good East-coast style sandwich shops in Seattle. Lots of other things to appreciate in the Northwest though ...