Subway Fans Are Saying The New Vegan Meatless Marinara Is Literally 'Perfection'
Modelled on the much loved classic, the Meatball Marinara, the new alternative is packed full of juicy soya meatballs, mouth-watering original Marinara sauce and melted, vegan cheese.
After much teasing, the tasty sub launched on 2nd January - and it is already getting a rave response online.
Taking to social media after their much awaited first bite, one vegan Subway visitor branded the new sandwich "perfection," while another gushed that it was "outstanding," and several more giving it glowing 10/10 reviews.
"Subway meatless marinara is GLORIOUS," one person wrote on Twitter after trying the new vegan delicacy.
While another added: "Very important announcement: the new vegan subway meatballs are Sexy."
A third chimed in: "Just tried the meatless meatball marinara from subway! Surprisingly good and pretty close to the real thing."
As a fourth agreed: "Can confirm the subway meatless meatball marinara is lit".
Damn. Sounds like they've really nailed this one.
meatless meatball marinara from subway is a solid 10/10 from me
- keri. (@kerikimberley) January 5, 2020
actually shocked at how good the meatless marinara is from subway... honestly we stan
- selina (@peggygoose) January 5, 2020
Just tried the meatless meatball marinara from Subway bloody marvellous. 2020 may be the year I finally get fat. :pig::pig::pig:
- Beth Pollock (@_BethPollock) January 5, 2020
vegan meatless marinara subway is 10/10 big up veganuary x
- tyler (@unknwndeath2002) January 5, 2020
Can confirm the subway meatless meatball marinara is lit
- Piece from the Middle East :bee: (@FGHPB) January 6, 2020
The Meatless Meatball Marinara isn't the only option for vegans at Subway, as it joins an already mouth-watering line up of meat-free options, including the Vegan Sub, Vegan Salad and the Hash Browns.
If you're veggie you can customise your sub and switch out the vegan cheese for regular.
Plus, there are also lots of sauces for plant-based visitors, including Garlic Aioli, Sriracha Hot Chilli or Sweet Onion, as well as any combination of the signature salads too.
If Subway isn't your thing, then don't worry. There are copious vegan options lining the high street at the moment for you to enjoy instead.
Greggs Vegan Steak Bake is another product literally flying off the shelves since its launch, with the bakery giving in to demand and offering a veggie friendly alternative to their classic meaty favourite.
Plus, Costa is even selling a Vegan CheeZe and Ham Toastie in stores now, which joins the menu as part of the 25 new vegan products launching this month.
It really is a great time to be vegan.
Featured Image Credit: Subway