Hooray, You Can Make Your Own Subway-Style Sandwiches At Home!
Yes, you can even get their cookies!
If you've been looking for a way to get basic ingredients for your quarantine meals, we've got good news. Aside from offering their signature sandwiches and salads, Subway has launched Subway Mart, which carries the staple Subway ingredients so you can assemble your own Subway-style creations-or experiment with other dishes at home. It's available at selected Subway stores in Makati, Manila, Muntinlupa, and Quezon City for takeout and delivery via GrabFood and Foodpanda.
Looking for bread? They offer their White, Wheat, and Assorted variants in bulk (P413/10 pieces, P620/15 pieces, P826/20 pieces). For meats, you can get everything from Ham (P448/30 slices, P1,003/kilogram), Salami (P177/30 slices, P1,003/kilogram), Bacon (P649/30 strips, P1,274/kilogram), and Chicken Strips (P201/250 grams, P920/1.04-kilogram pack).
Embellish your sandwiches or assemble salads with vegetables like Cucumber (P53/piece), Lettuce (P130/500 grams), Tomato (P59/three pieces), and even spicy JalapeĆ±os (P94/100 grams). You can also add pizzazz to your meals with sauces like their Honey Mustard (P266/900 ml) or Chipotle Southwest (P366/900 ml). And yep, they also carry Subway's famous Cookies (P413/dozen, P767/24 pieces, P1,121/36 pieces)!
As of writing, you can get their limited bulk menu from the following branches:
- ManilaMed (Medical Center Manila)
- One Archers Place
- Makati Esteban
- Pearl Plaza
- Alabang Town Center
- Citiplaza BGC
- Prince Plaza
Subway is an American restaurant chain known for their submarine ("sub") sandwiches. It dates back to 1965, as a takeout restaurant in Connecticut that was initially called "Pete's Super Submarines." Today, it's the world's largest submarine sandwich chain, with more than 44,000 branches around the globe.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.