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.
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.
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
Shrimp Avocado. Shrimp and avocado served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, all on freshly baked Sesame seed bread.
Skagenröra. Shrimp and crab salad tossed with mayo, lemon, herbs, and spices, served with a guest's choice of vegetables and freshly baked bread.
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
Matambrito Tender. Pork patty served with tangy barbeque sauce and a guest's choice of fresh veggies and cheese on freshly baked bread.
Peri Peri Chicken. Boneless chicken breast pieces marinated with Peri Peri seasoning, served with a choice of fresh vegetables, condiments, and freshly baked bread.