SUBWAY has given its menu a fresh face-lift ready for summer.
The major shake-up sees brand new items launched for fans to taste.
Including snacks, and even drinks, five new items hit the menu from today.
Fans will be able to try:
- Margherita slices, from £1.29
- Pepperoni slices, from £1.39
- Steak loaded nachos, from £3.59
- Jude’s chocolate milkshake, from £1.99
- And Jude's flat white iced coffee, from £1.99
The brand new pizza-style slices will make a great snack for any hungry Subway-goer, especially if they're looking for something a little different to the standard sandwich the brand is known for.
It's not a far cry from the original though, as both the margarita and pepperoni slices are made with half a toasted six-inch-Sub.
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They're then topped with Subway's signature marinara sauce as well as melted mozzarella and cheddar.
Fans will have to fork out from £1.29 for the plainer margarita version, while the added pepperoni topping makes a slice £1.39 or more.
Prices can vary by location.
For something on the side, meanwhile, the steak loaded nachos will definitely fill a hole.
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You might even recognise the taste, as the crunchy tortilla chips are, in fact, cupboard favourite, Doritos.
Thanks to Subway's expert cheffing, they're loaded with mozzarella and cheddar cheese, as well as salsa, and topped with succulent steak pieces.
But, costing from £3.59, the snack is available exclusively online.
That means you'll only be able to get your hands on the Mexican-inspired grub if you order via the Subway app or through a delivery service like Just Eat, Uber Eats or Deliveroo.
Just keep in mind that means an extra delivery fee will likely apply – which can vary depending on how far you live from a store.
You can collect for free when you order on the app though.
And while the new snacks may have your mouth watering, you'll soon be after a drink to wash it all down with.
A Jude’s chocolate milkshake or flat white iced coffee should do the trick, at £1.99 a pop.
Both of the new refreshing drinks can even be enjoyed as part of Subway's meal deal upgrade too.
The chain's own foodie combo typically consists of a Sub, salad or wrap, as well as a cookie or packet of crisps, topped off with a drink.
All together it can cost from £4.79 – saving fans a few pennies in their pocket compared to buying the items individually.
And you can start mixing and matching straight away as all of the new range will be available online and from all Subway stores as of today.
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Subway isn't the only high street foodie revamping its menu – McDonald's has launched brand new summer goodies today.
We even treated ourselves to a taste ahead of the drop.
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