This Cuban classic features roasted pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard, all pressed between Cuban bread. It's then grilled to perfection, creating a crispy, gooey, and savory delight.
A fusion of Vietnamese and French flavors, the bánh mì consists of a French baguette filled with a variety of ingredients such as grilled pork, pâté, cucumbers, pickled daikon and carrot, cilantro, and chili peppers.
Originating in Philadelphia, this sandwich consists of thinly sliced steak, typically ribeye, grilled with onions and peppers, topped with melted cheese (usually provolone or American) and served in a hoagie roll.
A French classic, the croque monsieur is a grilled ham and cheese sandwich. It's made with slices of ham, Gruyère cheese, and béchamel sauce, then baked or grilled until the cheese is bubbly and golden.
Gyros are made with slices of seasoned and roasted meat, often beef, lamb, or chicken, served in pita bread. They're typically topped with tomatoes, onions, and tzatziki sauce, making for a flavorful and satisfying sandwich.
In Spain, a bocadillo is a simple yet delicious sandwich made with a baguette-style roll filled with various ingredients such as Spanish ham (jamón serrano), chorizo, cheese, or omelette.
The chivito is a Uruguayan sandwich that features a tender, thin steak, typically beef or sometimes chicken, topped with ham, bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and mayonnaise. It's often served in a bun.
Katsu sando is a Japanese sandwich that consists of a breaded and deep-fried cutlet (usually pork or chicken) placed between two slices of soft, crustless white bread. It's often accompanied by tonkatsu sauce and shredded cabbage.