But is the Wild Clubhouse really as wild as they say it is?
Subway is famous for its healthy food options, but now that customers crave healthy, filling meals during the winter, the sandwich chain has come up with a healthy idea to fill those bellies: the heaviest submarine in history.
That’s a pretty wild claim, considering the chain’s foreign branches have already broken all the rules with giant six-foot-long submarines, but apart from these monstrosities, the wild clubhouse is said to be hit in a heavyweight class that outperforms all other submarines on the menu in Japan.
Our reporter K. Masami was keen to put this claim to the test, purchasing the submarine and aligning it with a regular submarine to see if there were any major differences in appearance.
the Wild clubhouse can be seen at the top of the photo below, with a regular roast chicken below.
Based on appearances alone, the Wild Clubhouse didn’t look much bigger than the regular submarine, nor did it feel much heavier. Plus, it only contained 412 kilocalories which is considerably less than some of the other menu options like Chicken Basil Tomato Pizza.
▼ Masami knows, however, that you should never judge a submissive by his blanket, so she reserved judgment until he eats.
Opening the sandwich in search of its wilderness, Masami found a whole plethora of ingredients inside. There was eggs, onions, tomatoes, cucumber, chicken, Bacon, and a lot of cracked pepper here, all topped with a chipotle sauce.
Chipotle (otherwise known as “smoked chili sauce” on the menu) is one of two sauces that customers can choose from, the other option being a less spicy black pepper sauce.
As soon as Masami took his first bite of the Clubhouse, she knew what made him so wild: the sauce. While the delicious contrast between the chewy chicken and the crispy bacon was a highlight, the first bite made Masami’s tongue tingle, immediately warming his body.
By the time she had polished the sandwich, her forehead was strewn with drops of sweat, her whole body was warm, and her stomach was full and full. The spicy sauce was a great addition to the meat, while the freshness of the vegetables worked to cut through the spiciness, creating a well-rounded balance of flavors in each bite.
It was certainly a great sandwich, and certainly more filling than a regular sub, because of its three layers of toppings, but Masami wouldn’t have said no to a little more savagery and volume, given all the buzz surrounding the new version.
Nonetheless, if she wants more volume, she can always return to the chain between November 20 and 29, when customers can receive 1.5 times more meat than usual for an additional 60 yen ($ 0.53). as part of a “Meat Prosperity Campaign”.
Now that Masami has taken a walk on the wild side in Subway, however, she is more eager than ever to put her jaws around a truly giant submarine, like the one we tried out in 2018.
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