Product Type: Subway Food
Newest Review: ... you can order off their menu and one of my favourites from their menu is the Italian BMT. According to Subway this stands for Big. Meaty.... more
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Subway Italian BMT Sandwich
Member Name: charby
Subway Italian BMT Sandwich
Advantages: Tastes gorgeous, not bad price, has salad in it so potentially healthy, made fresh in front of you
I have been a fan of Subway for a few years now, and recently I have started eating sandwiches from this company almost everyday. While I normally like to have a balanced diet and to cook for myself, since starting a new job, it has often made a lot more sense to bring a sandwich with me to work rather than eating before hand, as I would be absolutely starving if I had to wait for a ten hour shift or more to end before I could eat.
Since there are two Subway shops on my way to work, and since Subway sandwiches are relatively good value and healthier than many other takeaways, I have started getting an Italian BMT sandwich almost every day on my way to work.
Most of you will be familiar with Subway stores and how they work, but I'll describe them briefly before I talk about this sandwich in particular. Basically, in Subway you can order a sandwich with any combination of fillings that you want, including a choice of bread, meat, salad and sauce. Your sandwich is made fresh in front of you according to your instructions, and is always absolutely gorgeous and well worth the money (in my opinion at least).
The Italian BMT sandwich is a sandwich that contains pepperoni, salami and ham, and comes in any bread, with any combination of salad ingredients and sauce that you like. I usually go for lettuce, cucumber, peppers, olives, pickles and jalapeños, as I feel that these flavours complement the meaty flavours fairly well. The Subway website recommends that you have either Southwest Chipotle (a deliciously spicy sauce) or Barbecue sauce in this sandwich, and I would definitely agree with that, as those are the only two sauces I ever have on my Italian BMT and they both taste great. I would say that the best way to enjoy an Italian BMT is to have it toasted on Herb's and Cheese bread, with the salad I mentioned above, grated cheese and Southwest Chipotle sauce, as all these flavours mix together well to make it an amazing sandwich. The melted cheese and hot pepperoni makes the sandwich feel like a bizarre yet exciting pizza, and the sauce is absolutely out of this world.
Italian BMT is always my first choice when going to Subway, as it is the most delicious of the choices available. I always find that a 6" sub is enough for a meal, and with the sauce salad and bread that I choose, this weighs in at roughly 550 calories. While that seems like quite a lot for a sandwich, it fills me up enough that I don't feel the need to have any more, and isn't too bad even if you're on a diet. Of course, if you go for the foot long sandwich then the calorie level doubles, but that really is a large meal for anyone, so it's unsurprising that it's calorific. They're not particularly healthy things to eat, but since you can get a fair variety of salad into them, you're probably getting close to one of your five a day by having one, so you can't really complain. A 6" inch BMT will set you back £2.89, and a foot long will cost you £4.69 (I believe), though if you pop along to Subway on a Thursday you can get a 6" BMT for only £2 as part of their 'Sub of the Day' offer. Italian BMTs can only be bought at Subway, but if you live in a major city, you shouldn't have to walk for more than 10 minutes from your doorstep before you find one.
Summary: My favourite sandwich.
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