Subway Wraps Menu

Subway don't only make subs. Discover the mouth watering Subway Wraps Menu!

It may seem as though sandwich wraps have been around for forever, as each new wave of health-conscious awareness focuses on foods every year or so, bringing with it a new idea of what is healthiest to eat. Sandwich wraps have always seemed to make the cut time and time again as tortilla wraps are perceived to be healthier than traditional sandwich bread varieties. Many restaurants add wraps to their menus every year to offer healthier options and more variety without necessarily needing to order new items, allowing them to repurpose pre-existing menu items into multiple variations.

Subway was surprisingly late to the sandwich wrap scene, as it did not introduce wraps to its menu until the middle of 2018. During this time, Subway promoted the introduction of its wraps by offering 3 promotional, limited-time-only wraps. One can only assume the wraps were a big hit, as the item has refused to budge from the menu for the past 5 years.

Though Subway may have been late to the party when it came to sandwich wraps, they have certainly continued to prevail, though they are nowhere near as popular an option as some of the bread choices offered by Subway. However, the sandwich wrap has continued to be popular enough to make the cut into the new, smaller Subway menu.

While Subway initially introduced its sandwich wraps with a trio of limited-time-only specialty wraps, you can order any classic sub sandwich offered by Subway as a wrap instead, exchanging the bread for a tortilla shell wrap. This also allows you to order a custom sandwich wrap the same as you would a sub sandwich. 

Subway’s sandwich wraps are roughly 6-8 inches in length. However, when it comes to the amount of meat, cheese, toppings, and sauce placed inside of your wrap, it is much closer to the equivalent value of ordering a 12” sub sandwich.

With the introduction of the new Subway menu in the middle of 2022, leading to the removal of old menu items and the addition of new menu items, Subway has placed an emphasis on ordering from its new collection of sub sandwiches, labeled the Subway Series, featuring 12 brand new specialty sub sandwiches. At this point in time, it is unknown if you are able to exchange the bread options on any of the Subway Series sub sandwiches for a tortilla wrap.

You can, without a doubt however, order a wrap from any sub sandwich from Subway’s Classic Sub collection, which is a majority of the older sub sandwiches which were featured on the menu board before the new menu was introduced. These feature menu items such as the Italian B.M.T., the Cold Cut Combo, the Meatball Marinara, the Veggie Delight, and Tuna. Ordering any of these options is as simple as ordering the sub sandwich version and making it a wrap rather than choosing from a selection of bread. 

While the Subway menu may have undergone several changes, your ability to order and customize a sandwich wrap as remained the same. To order a sandwich wrap, you can start by ordering a sub sandwich by name or by simply stating the protein, or proteins, you would like in your wrap. The available proteins you can choose from at this time in the new Subway menu include:

  • Think-Sliced Black Forest Ham

  • Grilled Chicken

  • Rotisserie-Style Chicken

  • Thin-Sliced Oven Roasted Turkey

  • Genoa Salami

  • Meatballs

  • Roast Beef

  • Seasoned and Marinated Shaved Steak

  • Tuna

  • Vegan Patty

At this point, you have the option to add on a few additional proteins which cost extra. The additional proteins and their cost include:

  • Bacon - $1.00

  • Pepperoni - $0.75

  • Capicola - $0.75

Once you have chosen which proteins you would like, you move on to the next stage in building your sandwich wrap, which is choosing the cheese you would like inside of your wrap. The cheeses currently available on the new Subway menu include:

  • American Cheese Slices

  • Pepperjack Cheese Slices

  • Provolone Cheese Slices

  • Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

  • Shredded Monterey Cheese

For an additional cost, you can choose to add BelGioioso Mozzarella Slices for $0.75.

After you have added the cheese you would like to your wrap, you will move on to choosing the toppings which will go inside of your wrap. Subway offers a variety of vegetables for you to choose from which include:

  • Lettuce

  • Spinach

  • Tomatoes

  • Pickles

  • Green Peppers

  • Red Onions

  • Cucumbers

  • Black Olives

  • Jalapenos 

  • Banana Peppers

For an additional $0.75, you can choose to add Smashed Avocado to your wrap.

One of the final steps in creating your Subway sandwich wrap is choosing any sauces you would like inside your wrap. Subway has discontinued several sauces, adding several new sauces in exchange. The current list of sauces available on the Subway menu includes:

  • Oil

  • Red Wine Vinegar

  • Mayonnaise

  • Mustard

  • Honey Mustard 

  • Buffalo Sauce

  • Sweet Onion Teriyaki

  • Peppercorn Ranch

  • Baja Chipotle

  • MVP Parmesan Vinaigrette

  • Roasted Garlic Aioli

The very last option you have available to you is to decide if you would like any seasonings included in your sandwich wrap. Subway offers little in the way of seasoning, but it does offer:

  • Salt

  • Pepper

  • Grated Parmesan Cheese

Once you have made all of your choices from protein, to cheese, to toppings, to sauces, to seasonings, your sandwich artist will carefully and expertly fold the tortilla to snuggly create your sandwich wrap. Once it is folded, it will be sliced in half, as any sub sandwich would, and will then be wrapped in paper and given to you once you have paid for your sandwich wrap.

Ordering a sandwich wrap from Subway is just as easy as ordering any sub sandwich, whether it is one of the new Subway Series sub sandwiches to your own custom sub sandwich specifications. If you want to give your favorite sub sandwich a new twist, opt for fewer calories with a tortilla, or if you just want to try something new, the Subway sandwich wrap is an excellent choice on the new Subway menu.