Subway Secret Menu

Subway makes thousands of sandwiches every day – 7,500 sandwiches per minute according to its press representative. Subway boasts approximately 340,000 possible combinations of burger patties, cheese, and vegetables. Indeed, the 340,000 possible combinations will not fit into the standard menu board, not even in its largest restaurant, and so the Subway secret menu was born.

In the following secret menu, the chain’s Chief Executive Officer, Chris Martone, suggested a few off-menu selections inspired by the unique creations of their loyal patrons and employees. The ingredients are already being used in other on-menu sandwiches but the combinations are out of this world, for better or for worse. You be the judge!

Subway Secret Menu

Deconstructed Breakfast Taco

Why settle for your regular breakfast when you can enjoy the deconstructed breakfast taco? Just ask for your flatbread to be heaped with a delicious combination of steak, egg whites, guacamole, tomatoes, spinach, and red onion before putting on a generous serving of chipotle southwest sauce. Talk about getting your most important meal of the day complete with meat and vegetables in one savory breakfast taco.


Eggs Florentine Flatbread

One of the best things about contributing your own creation to the Subway secret menu is the opportunity to add to its healthy range of sandwiches. You will wish that you created the Eggs Florentine Flatbread, a soul-satisfying, healthy and filling combo of egg whites, banana pepper, red onion, black olives and spinach with good dose of Italian dressing. You can eat more than your fair share of this treat and not worry about the calories too much.


Sweet and Sour Chicken Sub

If you have not tried combining red wine vinaigrette and sweet onion sauce, then you should try it now with the sweet and sour chicken sub. The juiciness of the chicken complements the mild sweet-spicy combo of tomatoes, banana peppers, and red onions while the dressing adds depths to the flavors.


Pizza Sub

Once you eaten a single big bite of your Subway pizza sub, you will be hooked. You can share, but you will likely want to have the sub with its tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and pepperoni filling all to yourself. Add any vegetables you like for a customized pizza sub and you can experiment with the pizza ingredients any way you like. Your base should be a submarine sandwich and build your own pizza sub from it.


Chicken Cordon Bleu Sub

The name may sound fancy but you will find that eating the chicken cordon bleu sub requires a no-frills approach to sandwich enjoyment. Just open the wrap, admire the beautiful sandwich, and take your first bite of the grilled chicken mixed with scrumptious ham, gooey Swiss cheese, spinach and tomato, which are then topped with slightly sweet honey mustard.


Tuna Melt Sub

Perhaps you want to go the healthier route with the tuna melt sub, which combines tuna and Provolone cheese with black olives, tomatoes, and lettuce. Tuna, after all, has abundant amounts of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids, which have been proven to reduce the risks of heart attacks and strokes. You can also add other vegetables as you desire but these three veggies provide the best flavor combo for tuna.


Subway Wing Effect

Subway usually tucks in the meat into the bread, which means a less messy dining experience. But since Subway can customize each customer’s order, you can always ask for the various kinds of meat, such as ham, to hang over the edge of the bread. The result: Your sandwich has wings – or something to that effect.


Subway Old Cut

In the olden days of its existence, Subway cut their sandwiches in the so-called Old Way. But Subway abandoned the Old Way in favor of the New Way, which was a sad day for the connoisseurs. Or was it? Today, you can ask the sandwich artist to cut your sandwich in the Old Way tradition, which does not add to the flavor combos of your sandwich but it certainly adds to the dining experience, if not the nostalgia.


What are you waiting for? Head on to the nearest Subway restaurant and order these food items – or better yet, create one of your own to add to the secret menu!


Join the Conversation


  1. I live in Florence, OR 97439
    I don’t see listed the Pastrami I’ve loved so much in the past.
    Are you no longer carrying it??? It was so good!!
    If you do still have it, what is the cost for a 4 oz.s of meat only.
    I love to take it home and use my own Rye Bread and pickles.



  2. I was just charged $5,25 for Cold Cut Combo’s at the Subway at 1029 w. Moore Lake Drive, Fridley, Mn, 55432. Why?

    1. Richard, they need to charge you for the food so they can stay in business. They can’t give you the food for free. They need to be able to pay their workers. Hope that helps explain it.

    1. Midge are you a turd frying enthusiast? What type of batter are you using? How would you rate the aroma of subway’s compared to the droppings you deep fry? LOL

  3. Make sure you guys look out for Customer appreciation $2 6inch subs Check the website. In SC the Cold Cut Combo and Meatball is selected. I did not find this deal in the GA location where my BFF is.

  4. Please Add New Restaurants Like???

    * Roy Rogers
    * Taco John’s
    * Zero’s Subs
    * Z Pizza
    * Auntie Anne’s
    * ThunderCloud Subs
    * Cheeburger Cheeburger
    * Cousins Subs
    * Desert Moon
    * D’Angelo
    * Papa Gino’s
    * Maggie Moo’s
    * TCBY
    * Yogurtland
    * Yogurt Mountain
    * Your Pie
    * Wetzel’s Pretzels

  5. Wow, all the subs sound so delicious. But in reality, the subs taste good but look really messed up. But anyway, I would give subway’s subs a thumbs up!

  6. I got tired of unripe tomato slices and skanky white iceberg lettuce strips on BMTs, so I finally wrote Subway off for good. That and when I asked for black olives and onions, instead of a handful of each spread over the footlong, the person making the sandwich spaced out ONE misery olive slice and onion strip every two inches. I felt more sorry than mad at the persons behind the counter for doing that because obviously they’re under the gun from the manager to do that. I’ve been to numerous Subways in three different states and this was always the case.

    1. I am SO sorry you feel that way. You should have spoken to the manager. It’s true that some managers limit the amounts but it’s not normally done. If it’s true that you have been to ‘numerous Subways in 3 states’ & were not satisfied, why did you keep going back? I don’t go to Subway for the low calorie food but simply because I love their subs. Period. I’ve had occasion to ask for a little more onion, tomato etc, and never once has the staff refused. (I do wish Subway could import McDees French fries. LOL)

  7. My local Subway just increased the 6-inch prices by 25 cents. I’m not sure if this applies to every sub but I’ve recently paid $4.50 for both the over roasted chicken and turkey breast.

  8. The Subway on Natural Bridge prices are 8.00 for the subs listed at 7.75. Can different subways in same state have different prices or should they?
    963 Natural Bridge Ave, St. Louis, MO 63115

  9. The subway in Covington, Indiana. Has the highest price around in other subways I’ve been too, the bigger city’s are compatible to the subways I’m usually eating at. Danville Illinois cold cut 6 inch $ 3.75 Covington 5.55 Indiana recommended price it 3.50-3.75 ?and there vegetables are mostly old or, bad ..we wouldn’t eat here but , not much in Covington and don’t wanna cook sometimes or drive so in less subways does something about the poor customer service, high priced food , and old vegetables we’re stuck .

  10. I paid almost $10 Canadian for a SALAD!!! Sweet onion chicken teriyaki to be exact. I’m not too thrilled about that price ಠ_ಠ No more salads for me from there!

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