Publix Vs. Wawa Sub Sandwiches Compared With Photos

I started at Wawa, which Insider reporters dubbed America’s best convenience store, despite only operating in six states.

The author stands in front of wawas

The author stands in front of Wawa.

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Wawa had a touchscreen kiosk for ordering sandwiches. I thought the process was simple and I appreciated that I could customize my order to my liking.

A view of the ordering screen at Wawa

The author orders a hoagie at Wawa.

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I ordered my roast beef hoagie with lettuce, tomato, pickles, garlic aioli, and everything seasoning, which was similar to everything bagel seasoning.

A view of the opened-up sub before the author takes a bite

Inside the author’s hoagie from Wawa.

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When I bit into the sandwich, I was blown away by the flavors. I thought the garlic aioli and everything seasoning were excellent additions.

The author chews a bite of her hoagie from Wawa at a table outside.

The author savors every bite of her Wawa hoagie.

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I thought it tasted delicious, fresh, and so much better than the food I typically get on road trips.

The author sips her orange juice outside of Wawa with her sandwich on he table in front of her

The author enjoys her meal from Wawa.

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With multiple moist ingredients, the bread got a little soggy. But that didn’t stop me from wolfing this sandwich down.

An opened-up view of a half-eaten Wawa sub.

The author’s half-eaten hoagie.

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Instead of a kiosk, Publix had a sub counter in the deli section where you watch as your sandwich is made in front of you.

A close up of the sub counter shows the different options for toppings.

The counter at Publix where you can order a sandwich.

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I preferred Wawa’s kiosk because it was easier to see all the customizations at once without feeling rushed.

A close-up side-by-side of a sub being made at Publix

The author’s sub being made.

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At Publix, I ordered a roast beef sub on wheat and added cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and Italian dressing. It was as close to the Wawa order as I could get with a similar menu.

The author with her Publix sandwich

The author opens up her sub from Publix.

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The bread on my Publix sandwich was fresh, and I could taste and feel the textures of all of the ingredients individually.

The author takes a bite of her Publix sub.

The author takes a bite of her Publix sub.

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