- A number of fast-food restaurants have completely changed the sandwich game over the years.
- McDonald’s, Subway, KFC, and others have served some eye-popping sandwiches filled with layers upon layers of meat, cheese, onion rings, and occasionally seafood.
- Arby’s took its sandwiches to the next level in recent years, serving ones made with duck, elk, and venison.
- KFC teamed up with Cheetos to produce a crunchy, cheesy sandwich.
- At select locations in New England, McDonald’s sometimes sells lobster rolls during the summer months.
A number of fast-food restaurants have completely changed the sandwich game over the years.
Between Cheetos, seafood garnishes, and layers upon layers of meat, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most over-the-top, mouthwatering sandwiches served by places like Arby’s, McDonald’s, Subway, and more over the years.
Check out some of the wildest fast-food sandwiches that have hit the market below.
Arby’s “5 Mega Meat Stack” would satisfy even the most serious meat cravings.
This mega sandwich is made with fried chicken, bacon, ham, turkey, and beef, and comes with cheddar cheese, mayonaisse, a tomato, and lettuce.
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KFC took a fairly nontraditional approach with its “Cheetos Sandwich.”
The Cheetos Sandwich is made up of a breaded, extra crispy chicken fillet coated in a special Cheetos sauce, and sandwiched between mayonnaise, Cheetos, and two toasted buns.
KFC is still testing this sandwich, so it’s only available at KFC locations in Greensboro, North Carolina; Raleigh, North Carolina; Roanoke, Virginia; Richmond, Virginia; and Greenville, Georgia.
Subway’s “Ultimate Meatball Marinara” is much more than meets the eye.
The meatballs in this sandwich are doused in a rich marinara sauce and placed between two slices of Subway’s New Ultimate Cheesy Garlic Bread (bread toasted with garlic, butter, parmesan, and melted mozzarella).
The sandwich is available across the United States and costs between $4.99 and $5.19 for a six-inch sub and $7.19 to $7.49 for a foot-long version depending on where you live.
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