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Subway Canada Gets Crackin’ With Atlantic Canada Lobster Sub


Summer is starting to heat up and seafood is on the menu, at least at Subway Canada. While Subways here in the U.S. only offer tuna or an under the sea hodge podge called “Seafood Sensation” (which might also be a flavor of cat food), Subway Canada is debuting a lobster sandwich. Boasting Atlantic Canada Lobster chunks mixed with mayo, the sandwich can be customized to a customer’s individual tastes, but for ultimate maritime deliciousness Subway recommends patrons go simple with toasted Italian bread and lettuce.

The Atlantic Canada Lobster sub is only available for a limited time. No word on if Subway plans to bring lobster to U.S. locations, but the chain was testing Kung Pao Pulled Pork in Chicago back in April.

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By Ashley Khawsy

Ashley believes in breakfast for dinner, sushi burritos, and the fact that there's always room for dessert. She moonlights as a pastry chef baking up sweet treats for her business, Smashbakes.

4 replies on “Subway Canada Gets Crackin’ With Atlantic Canada Lobster Sub”

I’d hit it. One of my favorite subs from Subway is the seafood and crab. Granted it’s imitation crab, but I still love it. I also get it on the salads if I don’t want all that bread.

Probably a great sandwich if it were made at a decent eating establishment & not Subway or at least not the lousy one in my town – I need to try a Subaway while out on the road and see if theyre food is better.

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