This is a doner kebab! It somewhat resembles a falafel, but there’s meat inside, and the flatbread is a little thicker and fluffier with more of a bite to it, called Lavash.. It’s a popular sandwich in Turkey, and shawarma meat fans will adore this for sure. It was created and popularized in Istanbul by a man called Beyti Guer, and we have him to thank for the nation and world wide spreading of the scrumptious doner kebab.
This is definitely not the most elegant sandwich on the list, but you can’t deny the yumminess of a sub filled with hot peppers, melty cheese and meat. Thinly sliced steak fills up this long roll that Philly is famous for. This is meant to be a sloppy sandwich, so pile on those ingredients! Sizzling goodness. ‘Merica.
In Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei, an omelette sandwich called a “Roti John” exists. It will elevator your egg sandwich game to the next level. Minced mutton or chicken are piled on, along with onion, egg, and a delectable tomato-chilli sauce. A rich and exotic street food that looks truly irresistible!
This is a chivito, a sandwich in Uruguay. This whopper might look impossible to take a bite of, but wouldn’t you like to try? It’s basically a filet mignon sandwich, garnished with mozzarella, tomatoes, mayo and olives, sometimes with bacon and eggs. “Chivito” means “the little goat” and it’s called that because a woman from Argentina requested a similar dish in Uruguay, but with goat meat. The Uruguayan chef provided the only alternative at the restaurant: filet mignon.