We opted for the regular-price meatball ($4) and an Italian cold cuts sub with lettuce, tomato, and spicy mustard ($4). Both sandwiches took a few minutes in the making, and both were closer to 8 inches than the usual 6. The meatball featured four of them swimming in a tangy sauce with plenty of mozzarella on a soft roll, with a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese-a nice touch. It was hot, wrapped in foil and a paper plate, which partially turned into pulp before we could open up the sandwich in the car. All-in-all, too messy for road food, but plenty good and filling after it was reheated back at the office.