12. 12 Lira. 12 Lira, 30 Centimeters Looong!

Last night we went to a mall to pick up a few groceries and supplies. (Our neighborhood has a few small grocery stores, but they do not carry everything. When we need certain items, we shop at the larger grocery stores in the malls.) We decided to grab some dinner, too.

We were very excited the new Subway in Kentpark’s food court had opened! Subway is a favorite of ours, and it’s always nice to get a taste of home while we’re overseas. (There are several American chain restaurants in Turkey like McDonalds, Burger King, Starbucks, KFC, and Arby’s, though the taste and quality is usually quite far from what we have in the States.)


Subway in Kentpark


Subway in Kentpark


While they did not have the full Subway spread of meats and cheeses, they did have some familiar favorites. I got the teriyaki chicken on honey oat bread. They had sweet onion sauce, and my sandwhich tasted just like it does at home. David got the spicy Italian.


David with Subway in Turkey
The people that work there are super nice, and some of them spoke English.

We also ran into one of the families from our school. Just a bunch of forigners at eating at Subway!


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  • Reply Steve

    check out your blog post featured on Subway Türkiye Facebook page 🙂

    March 19, 2013 at 10:25 am
    • Reply Leah

      Thanks for the tip! Too cool! 🙂

      March 19, 2013 at 11:16 am

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