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 traditional cut of their Subway bread, ask for the Old Cut. This is something similar to the Panera bread secret menu that could be enjoyable as well. If the employee is educated on Subway culture, they’ll know what to do. But, chances are if they’re a newer employee, they could have never heard of it. To help explain, tell them to cut it from the top. You’re essentially digging out a trench from the top end for easier packing of ingredients. I prefer more fresh, fluffy bread, but if you don’t, give the Old Cut a try!