A Cuban sandwich consists of Cuban bread, roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard. It's often pressed and grilled to achieve a crispy exterior and a warm, melty interior.
Bánh mì is a Vietnamese sandwich made with a baguette-like roll filled with various ingredients, such as grilled pork, cilantro, cucumber, pickled daikon and carrots, and often dressed with mayonnaise and chili sauce.
This classic French sandwich features slices of ham and Gruyère cheese sandwiched between two slices of buttered and toasted bread. It's typically topped with béchamel sauce and more cheese before being baked or broiled.
Gyros are made with thinly sliced, seasoned meat (usually lamb, chicken, or pork) served in a pita bread or flatbread. They're typically garnished with tomatoes, onions, and a yogurt-based tzatziki sauce.
Originating in Philadelphia, this sandwich features thinly sliced beefsteak (usually ribeye) cooked on a griddle and served on a long roll. It's often topped with melted cheese, sautéed onions, and sometimes peppers or mushrooms.
The classic club sandwich consists of three layers of toasted bread, filled with sliced turkey or chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. It's typically cut into quarters and held together with toothpicks.
Shawarma is made from thinly sliced marinated meat (often beef, chicken, or lamb) that's roasted on a vertical rotisserie. The meat is typically served in a flatbread with tahini sauce, vegetables, and sometimes pickles.
A popular street food in Madrid, this sandwich features crispy fried squid rings served in a small baguette-like roll called a "bocadillo." It's often garnished with a squeeze of lemon juice and sometimes aioli.