Subway Debuts Sweet Onion Steak Teriyaki Sandwich for Summer

Subway is familiar with what friends have been craving — and that is a lot more Sweet Onion taste. On Thursday, Subway declared a person of the brand’s most beloved sandwiches is having the refresh therapy with the debut of the Sweet Onion Steak Teriyaki. Out there for a limited time only, this twist on a Subway vintage packs a flavor punch of common sweet onion and savory teriyaki, with notes of soy, sesame, garlic and black pepper.

“The new Sweet Onion Steak Teriyaki is the lengthy-awaited sequel our admirers have been waiting around for, providing them a opportunity to try a refreshing take on one of our most craved flavors,” claims Chef Paul Fabre, senior vice president of culinary and innovation at Subway. “This cult-typical refresh will take the Sweet Onion taste our attendees appreciate to the next stage by pairing it with juicy, succulent, steak on this mouthwatering sandwich.”

Subway’s new Sweet Onion Teriyaki sauce shares best billing with steak piled superior on Artisanal Italian bread and topped with crisp green peppers, red onions and American cheese, then concluded with plenty of Subway’s Sweet Onion Teriyaki sauce. This update to a Subway classic is the most up-to-date (but not the very last) innovation as the manufacturer carries on the journey it started with previous summer’s Consume Contemporary Refresh — with additional crave-worthy sandwiches however to occur.

On best of unveiling their new favored sandwich, Subway is building celebrating loved ones even simpler with a restricted-time present card reward, just in time for dads and grads. For each and every $25 in present playing cards procured on the net or in-restaurant, Subway guests will be rewarded with a reward card redeemable for a no cost six-inch Subway sandwich. Reward playing cards can be redeemed in-restaurant or on-line from July 1, 2022 through August 31, 2022.

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