6 Of The Worst Things To Order At Subway, According To Employees

worldwide sandwich chain Subway takes great pleasure in its workforce of sandwich construction engineers, also referred to as sandwich artists, who put together all of your Subway sandwiches—good, bad, and neutral. 

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Double meat meatball

The famous "double meat" order from Subway may be accommodated with little difficulty; simply lay the extra meat on the bread and continue as usual.

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Subway melts

There aren't many menu innovations that have failed as badly as the Subway melts line from a few years ago. A new range of melts from Subway was introduced in 2021. 

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Salad

Everyone recalls the fad known as the Subway diet, which allowed health-conscious patrons to lose weight by consuming only Subway sandwiches (at the time, it seemed reasonable).

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Bulk orders with no advance notice

This is more a question of general restaurant etiquette than it is a problem unique to Subway, but a 2021 employee's since-deleted viral video, which Yahoo revealed

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Anything with chicken

Although most of the items on this list have angered Subway staff members for different reasons, this one is truly forbidden and serves more as a customer service guideline than a sandwich artist's. 

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Bad-looking vegetables

One of Subway's unique selling points is its genuinely transparent ordering procedure, which allows consumers to watch each step of the sandwich's construction

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