The Carnivore

Cost: Varies by Location If cold meats are not your thing but you still want a hefty dose of delicious protein, then opt for The Carnivore instead. If you can handle it, that is. The Sandwich Artists should be able to make this for you if you request it. If not, and if you get … Read more

The Meat Feast

Cost: Varies by Location This is Subway’s version of “everything but the kitchen sink”, and if you’re hungry enough, they might just add that for you as well. This is a thing of beauty, just what you need to satisfy your carnivorous hunger. Just ask the servers to throw all of their deli meats into … Read more

Chicken Parmesan

This cheesy chicken behemoth was a staple at many Subway restaurants and was popular with many of their devoted customers. But Subway stopped offering the Chicken Parmesan in 2010, much to the displeasure of those customers. Fortunately, you don’t need a menu item to get what you want in this restaurant and the Subway Sandwich … Read more

More Please Sub

One of the things that many customers seem to forget is that there is no limit to the quantity of food you can stuff into your sandwich. If you ask for meat or cheese, they will add a few slices. If you ask for sauce, they’ll add a dollop or two. But you can get … Read more

The Winged Style

Most Subway employees have been trained to tuck your meat into the sandwich when they make it for you, to ensure a better-packed, even sandwich. But for the lunchmeat connoisseurs who want to enjoy the protein-packed part of their sandwich, Subway sandwich artists can do “Winged Style”, which leaves small “wings” of meat hanging out … Read more

The Pizza Sub

Cost: Varies by Location Once a mouthwatering option on the Subway Full Menu, the Pizza Sub has fallen out of the public view, and very few know of its existence on the Subway Secret Menu. Comprised primarily of pepperoni, tomato sauce and cheese, the sandwich is a simple imitation of pizza in submarine form, and with … Read more

The Old Cut Sub

This is no unique meal of its own. The “Old Cut” refers to the style that Subway used to use for cutting their loaves prior to making a sandwich. Many don’t even know of its existence, and of many who do, they still prefer the new style. But for the stragglers who still love the … Read more