• Subway

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Lacto
American
Fast food
Take-out
Non-veg

Serves meat, vegan options available. Fast food sandwich shop founded 1965 in the US and has grown to operating franchise outlets internationally. Order at the counter from the pre-set sandwich menu, or opt to build your own. Vegans can combine any bread except cheese oregano and honey oat with veggie delite or spicy vegan patty sandwiches, then add bbq, sweet onion, hot salsa, or vegan garlic sauce. Open Mon-Thu 9:00am-10:30pm, Fri-Sat 9:00am-12:00am, Sun 9:00am-10:30pm.


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2 Reviews

First Review by HC-Zurich

bugybunny

Points +313

Vegan
01 May 2023

Tasty options with staff that is aware of their vegan options

They now offer the vegan patty, meatless chicken teriyaki and meatless teriyaki steak. Additionally vegan slices (cheese) and vegan garlic aioli. So one can build a tasty sandwich nowadays, especially since they introduced the vegan garlic aioli a few years ago.

Vegan labeling could be improved for the breads. I’m glad the vegan options are in special green containers so I can see that I’m getting the vegan "meat" and not the quite similar sounding "chicken teriyaki" because the "meatless" could be hard to hear. I was happy that the person making the sandwich suggested the teriyaki sauce and mentioned that the sauce is vegan without me asking since she noticed that I just ordered vegan stuff.

They also offer a vegan double chocolate cookie.

Even though the subway is in the old part of Rapperswil it is right at a busy street and outdoor seating is not nice at all.

Pros: Multiple options, Green containers for vegan options, Vegan garlic aioli

Cons: Labeling which breads are vegan

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HC-Zurich

Points +37256

Vegan
25 Sep 2019

Many possible sandwiches with decent quality

Nobody expects a gourmet meal from Subway, but a vegan sandwich (with our without Spicy Vegan Patty) from that chain is quite decent and can be varied a lot. The patty isn't hot at all, by the way. Vegan labeling should be improved, though - only one labeled sauce, no labeled bread.




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