Straight up, there's nothing on this earth that hits the spot quite like a Subway sandwich does.\nI mean, tasty meats, melty cheeses and crispy veggies, all conveniently rolled together and smothered in one of their awesome sauces? Um. Yes please.\nvia @subwaycanada\nBut while the standard Subway subs are a staple of deliciousness in everyone's life (that Steak and Cheese though), it's possible that you might want to try something extra tasty from Subway. Something that's not quite on the menu.\nvia @subway\nThe beauty of Subway is that you can totally customize your own sandwich. While the sandwiches on the menu are great, they're more like fantastic suggestions than anything else - so if you want to add bacon, chicken, extra pickles and TWO types of sauce, then go for it. The world is your oyster... or sub sandwich.\nvia @tongtongi20\nPlus, as an added bonus? This year, Subway participated in World Sandwich Day on November 3rd and was able to donate a staggering 1,000,000 meals to Canadians in need.\nAnd during all of November, Subway will even be donating to BC Food Banks directly. All their proceeds will go to helping them buy fresh food and feed BC's hungry - and you can help out! Last year, Subway raised $51,000 for BC Food Bank and you can help out this year to make that number even bigger!\nAll you have to do is ask your Subway Sandwich Artist to add an additional $1 (or however much you want) to your bill, and 100% of that will be donated to BC Food Banks. So your sandwich won't just taste special, it'll also do some good!\nvia @doubleb_28\nNow, if you’re wondering where exactly to start your new and delicious Subway sandwich adventure, then don’t worry. These "secret Subway menu" items are perfect places to start - just don't forget to order it by item and not by name, so you don't confuse the Sandwich Artist who'll create your masterpiece!\nThe "Stanley Park Steak Sub"\nvia @subway\nThis secret Subway sandwich is basically every meat-lover's dream come true. PACKED with meat, cheese, sauce and veggies, this sandwich is huge on flavour. It'll keep you nice and full, so it's the perfect thing to pack for a picnic the next time you're trekking out to Stanley Park.\nRecipe:\n- Start with a regular Steak & Cheese sub on Italian Herbs & Cheese Bread\n- Ask for extra steak and extra cheese (you can pick your own cheese, but Monteray cheddar is usually the best!)\n- Add in a few slices of bacon and (if meat is your LIFE) roast beef\n- Then add your favourite veggies (suggestion: this sub typically works well with green peppers, red onions, tomatoes, black olives, spinach and banana peppers for an extra kick!)\n- Smother that sub in a few lines of Subway Chipotle Southwest sauce\n- Pack it up and enjoy!\nThe "Fraserhood Pizza" Sub\nvia @scha.amilrudin\nFoodies of Vancouver, I don't even need to tell you about Fraserhood. Lately, this neighbourhood - about a 20 minute drive away from Gastown - has really blown up in terms of delicious food options and trendy spots. This Subway menu hack, reminiscent of a thin-crust pizza in sub form, is simple and ingenious, just like the culinary options of this trendy Vancouver neighbourhood!\nRecipe:\n- Start with a toasted Meatball Marinara sub on Italian bread, but have them scoop the inside of the bread out first\n- Pick your cheese (for this one, try sticking with mozzarella if it's offered - if it's not, go with Monteray cheddar)\n- Add pepperoni, bacon and chicken\n- Slap in the veggies you love (for this, green peppers, red onions and black olives are recommended)\n- Enjoy!\nThe "Gastown Gourmet" Sub\nvia @subway\nGastown is quite possibly Vancouver's most fun neighbourhood. Okay, maybe it's not the most fun, but it's up there - and anyone who's ever visited this super trendy borough knows exactly why. Gastown's electric vibe and trendy restaurants deserve a unique sub that's refined, but also just as fun to eat as it is delicious!\nRecipe:\n- Start with a Chicken Bacon Ranch Melt on Italian Herbs and Cheese bread\n- Add extra cheese (any cheese is good, but if they have pepperjack, go with that!)\n- Add in your favourite veggies and a good amount of the sauce of your choice (although ranch sauce is recommended, a good substitution is their Chipotle Southwest sauce!)\n- Sprinkle on some salt and pepper\n- Ask the Subway Sandwich Artist to sprinkle in a few Miss Vickie's Jalapeno Potato Chips\n- Wrap that sub up and enjoy!\nThe "Yaletown Philly Steak" Sub\nvia @subway\nSince Yaletown is all about taking the old and sprucing it up, this reinvented, Subway-style take on the typical Philly Cheesesteak is the perfect way to pay a little homage to this popular Vancouver neighbourhood!\nRecipe:\n- Start with a Steak and Cheese sub on Italian bread\n- Ask for extra cheese, and use American cheese AND Mozzarella (if that's unavailable, substitute with Monteray cheddar)\n- Add pepperoni\n- For veggies, stick with red onions and green peppers (and banana peppers if you want an extra kick!), and THEN get the whole thing toasted\n- Then add your favourite sauce, but for this Sweet Onion might work best\n- Prepare to be blown away by deliciousness!\nThe "Coal Harbour Melt" Sub\nvia @subwaycanada\nThis shoreside downtown Vancouver area features a marina, beautiful views, and an overall emphasis on the beauty of Vancouver's bodies of water. Naturally, the best way to represent this glorious neighbourhood is with Subway's signature Tuna sub - except with a totally customizable and melty twist!\nRecipe:\n- Start with Subway's Tuna sub on your favourite Subway bread\n- Add your favourite cheese (helpful hint: provolone is AWESOME for this, but if not, Monteray cheddar cheese will do fine!)\n- Have it toasted\n- Pick your favourite vegetable, and don't forget the pickles, tomatoes, red onions and spinach!\n- Add in some mayo and salt and pepper\n- And voila!\nThe "Kitsilano Beach Banh-Mi" Vegetarian Sub\nvia @subway\nAt this stage in the game, "Kitsilano" is pretty much synonymous with awesome vegetarian spots - so it only makes sense that this Subway secret menu item, reminiscent of a delicious Banh-Mi (but with a Subway twist) and stuffed with vegetables and ALL. THE. CHEESE. would be named after one of Vancouver's most famous veggie neighbourhoods!\nRecipe:\n- Start with your favourite Subway bread (but Italian would work best!)\n- Pick your favourite vegetables, but don't skimp out on the red onions, pickles, spinach and cucumbers. If available, add in some carrots and avocado (for appropriate mouthfeel) as well\n- Add Monteray cheddar cheese and Swiss if it's available\n- Toast it up!\n- Add Sweet Onion sauce and Sriracha, if available\n- And enjoy!\nvia @subway\nIt's actually super easy to customize your Subway sandwich... all you basically have to do is walk into any Subway, and tell the Sandwich Artist exactly what you want PLUS you get to help make sure someone in BC gets a fresh meal! Sounds like a huge win-win, TBH!!\nvia @subway\nAnd although these Vancouver-esque subs are sure to be delicious, you can pretty much get yourself to any Subway and create your own work of sandwich art!