Here in the U.S., turkey and tuna hold the title as Subway’s most popular sandwiches. That’s far from the case around the world, where unique and market-specific items create more than 37 million possible sandwich combinations across 100-plus countries.
Here are some surprising examples of the most popular Subway sandwiches in other countries.
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Australia and New Zealand
Greek Lamb with Tzatziki. Greek lamb, served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, and olives with zesty Tzatziki sauce on a choice of freshly baked bread.
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Sub Raclette Cheese. A fondant recipe that combines raclette cheese and ham, turkey or pepperoni in a hot sandwich with your choice of vegetables, sauce and freshly baked bread
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Shrimp Avocado. Shrimp and avocado served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, all on freshly baked Sesame seed bread.
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Skagenröra. Shrimp and crab salad tossed with mayo, lemon, herbs, and spices, served with a guest's choice of vegetables and freshly baked bread.
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The United Kingdom
Chicken Tikka. Tender chicken breast coated in a Tikka spice, served with a choice of fresh vegetables, cheese, sauce, and freshly baked bread
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Matambrito Tender. Pork patty served with tangy barbeque sauce and a guest's choice of fresh veggies and cheese on freshly baked bread.
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Peri Peri Chicken. Boneless chicken breast pieces marinated with Peri Peri seasoning, served with a choice of fresh vegetables, condiments, and freshly baked bread.