Subway

19419 SW Martinazzi Ave
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
Open 24 Hours! Now that I'm preggers, I'll probably eat here often. They are pretty fast and friendly. I was given a raisin cookie instead of a raspberry cookie so I can't give them five stars. For cheap, fast, somewhat healthy food, this location won't steer you wrong.
It's a Subway. A good Subway. Not a bad one. That's 5 stars easily.
Can't beat the subs. Add all the fresh veggies one wants and double up on the Dijon mustard.

(503) 692-4192

Fast Food, Sandwiches

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Firehouse Subs

7665 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
Subway who? Oh yeah, I used to date her, we went out forever and I was loyal to her, sure she tried some new things to keep me interested but it was just stuff the others were already doing. I wasn't really looking for a new interest in my life but isn't that always the way, when you stop looking that's when you find the one. The Wife and I are into volunteering for public safety, I help the police, she helps the fire department, so when she found out about Firehouse Subs and the good they do in so many communities we decided to try it. We didn't expect much just hoped for an edible meal. What we found was an amazing sub sandwich place with innovative recipes and steamed to perfection. My favorites are the Steamer and the Smokehouse, but I haven't had a bad sandwich here yet. You get the typical assortment of chips and a drink, but the upside on the drinks is they the Freestyle Coke Machine which gives you exactly a bazillion and six flavor combinations which is good. Waiting for the people in front of you to choose is less good, the younger the person, the longer the wait. However, for these sandwiches and the customer service it is a small bump in a generally smooth road. One thing I ask of you, when the cashier is getting to the climatic end of taking your money they will ask if you want to round up to the nearest dollar to donate to their grant program. This allows Firehouse Subs to bestow equipment to departments in need as well as education. It is very important work, check the good they do on their web page. Good food, great people and a noble cause, it is a mighty powerful trifecta.
For a chain sandwich shop, they did a great job of incorporating little bits of Tualatin (look for the crawfish and the pumpkin regatta as well as Mt. Hood) in the mural on the wall. When Firehouse Subs opened in Nyberg Rivers earlier this year, my boys were eager to try it. One in particular loves meatball subs, which is one of their specialties. We typically frequent Subway, so I was curious how they would compare in his eyes. And he says it is a draw. At Firehouse, their subs come in two sizes (medium and foot-long) and like Goldilocks and The Three Bears, one size seems too big and the other too small for my teenager on any given day. We always feel like we order incorrectly. I'm usually happy with one of the 'Under 500' subs on a smaller bun. I love chicken salad in general, but when I order the Momma's Homemade Chicken Salad, I've been disappointed. It is a bit bland for my taste. I've been happier with the Hook & Ladder Light and the Turkey & Cranberry. My son loves the Freestyle Coke machine and so do I when we visit on a quiet day. Otherwise, I agree with the other reviewers who note it can cause a hold-up around the order line when people are stuck looking at all the choices. Also, our experience is that food takes longer to arrive and the prices are higher than Subway, which is my direct comparison. Two things I especially like about their system is they ask when you are ordering if you want a pickle on the side. If you have a kid (or an adult for that matter) who hates pickles, you'll know it is nice not to have that little surprise when your food arrives. Also, it is a great (and easy) donation to just round up your tab to donate to their foundation ( firehousesubs.com/fireho… ). The interior is cute as a button with the fireman theme and Dalmatian table tops. Staff has always been nice and usually do a group greeting when we enter. I am also amused by all their hot sauce options and their own brand of sauce for sale in a fire hydrant container. Their marketing department gets an A for effort.
My preamble first: In my heart, Quizno's will always be my favorite chain sub shop. Unfortunately for me, Quizno's are few and far between anymore. When Jersey Mike's came into Tualatin, I was pretty happy after trying it and remained loyal to them, so I was a little apprehensive about trying out a new place. Luckily for me, I found another good sub shop and with it, a different menu that doesn't really have too much cross over with Jersey Mikes. With all that said, I was pretty happy with Firehouse. Local owners which is always a bonus, solid customer service and I haven't had to deal with any crazy lines. I suspect that they use a lot of the same meats that Quizno's used which is a big bonus in my book. Prices are pretty reasonable, and the sandwiches come out quick. I'd recommend the Smokehouse Brisket or the New York Steamer. I've also had the Steak and Cheese, which wasn't as good as the other two.

(503) 747-4124

Delis, Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Lá Sen Vietnamese Grill

7628 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(503) 692-9800

Vietnamese, Food

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Carl’s Jr Restaurant

8703 SW Tualatin Sherwood Rd
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(503) 691-2190

Fast Food, Burgers

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Jack In the Box

7700 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
I'm new to Jack in the Box. We didn't have them in the south. I'm still trying to figure out what's good here. I haven't strayed far from the burgers, mainly because they make a solid burger. And their tacos are fantastic as well. This location gets a 4 because of the awkward location. Shouldn't blame the twists and turns it takes to get in there on the restaurant, but I am. But if you can get there, by all means eat there.
This location was recently completely remodeled. I didn't think they needed it when I saw they were starting but I have to admit it classed the place up a little. Gone was the nonsensical layout of chairs and tables and booths. In came just tables. Out went the blue motif and in came earth tones. Nice touch, Jack!
Yeah. Two whole stars is probably a little high. Even if you ignore the evil design of the parking lot/drive-through (you better be in a tiny car or on a bicycle) and even if you don't need to use their questionable restroom.... Our food was not hot. Not even when she handed us the bag of food from the window. And since the saving grace for most burgers/fries/tacos etc is the steamy freshness -- serving them already luke-warm is the kiss of death.

(503) 885-1389

Fast Food, American (New)

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McDonald’s

6800 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
Been here a few times. Never had an issue with orders being wrong. The parking lot is really weirdly designed and we ended up going the wrong way on what appeared to have been a one way parking lot.
This McDonald's doesn't have honey.
Don Armstrong spent a lot of money updating the looks of this location, but he sure failed when it came to hiring competent managers and employees! Worst Costumer service and food service around. Rude employees and health code violations. Forgetting to put food items in the bag, touching hair and not washing, not greeting you or saying sorry when an order is not filled correctly. BE WARNED! After placing my simple order for Two large Fries and Two Chicken Selects I pulled up to the window only to see a woman pulling a sweater over her heard and then fixing her long hair and then NOT washing her hands. She flung the window open, didn't greet me, I handed her my payment, she took it and then told me I needed to wait in front. I pulled around to the front and waited 10 minutes. A girl came out handed me a bag and started to leave. I checked my order and of course the Two Large Fries were missing. I yelled "Excuse me, Excuse, the fries are missing" to which she ignored me, and walked back inside. After waiting in line again in the Drive through the same lady flung the window open, said nothing. I informed her they forgot to put the two large fries in my bag. She said "Fries?" I said yes, and handed her my receipt clearly showing I had paid for two Fries. She grabbed the receipt and walked away with it saying nothing. After a few seconds she comes back with a bag containing two large fries and hands them to me. I noticed my receipt was MISSING. I asked her to PLEASE give me my receipt she had taken. She rolled her eyes, went to the back, and get my receipt and handed it to me and then slammed the drive thru window. Not only were they RUDE, but they attempted to destroy my receipt proving I had placed an order they screwed up. NOT ONCE did I hear anyone say "I'm sorry about that" or "I'm sorry for the mistake, can I make it right and offer you an apple pie?" HAHA! Service like that? NEVER from this location. This constant lack of costumer service and frequent order errors shows extremely poor management. They may have cleaned up the outside of this McDonald's but the employees inside are idiots. AVOID THIS LOCATION UNTIL THEY FIX THEIR SERVICE ISSUES!

(503) 691-2724

Fast Food, Burgers

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McDonald’s

19200 SW Boones Ferry Rd
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(503) 692-0420

Burgers, Fast Food

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Dream Dinners

7068 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(503) 692-0245

Do-It-Yourself Food, Specialty Food

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Subway

7066 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(503) 885-1940

Fast Food, Sandwiches

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Chipotle Mexican Grill

7003 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, 97062
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(503) 692-5709

Mexican, Fast Food

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