A bánh mì is a Vietnamese sandwich made with a French baguette filled with a variety of ingredients like grilled meats (often pork), pickled vegetables, cilantro, and chili peppers. The combination of flavors and textures is both savory and refreshing.
The Cuban sandwich consists of Cuban bread filled with roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard. It's typically pressed and grilled, resulting in a crispy exterior and a warm, melty interior.
A croque monsieur is a classic French sandwich made with ham and Gruyère cheese sandwiched between slices of crusty bread. It's then topped with béchamel sauce and baked until golden and bubbling. Add an egg on top, and it becomes a "Croque Madame."
Katsu sando is a Japanese sandwich made with breaded and fried pork (tonkatsu) or chicken (chicken katsu), served between soft white bread slices and often garnished with shredded cabbage and tonkatsu sauce.
A gyro sandwich consists of thinly sliced, seasoned meat (often lamb or beef) served in a pita bread with tomatoes, onions, and a creamy yogurt-based sauce called tzatziki. It's a flavorful and satisfying Greek favorite.
A bocadillo is a Spanish sandwich made with a baguette-style roll filled with various ingredients like serrano ham, Spanish omelet (tortilla), chorizo, or cheese. It's simple but delicious.
An arepa is a type of sandwich made with cornmeal dough that's cooked and split open, creating a pocket. It's then filled with a variety of ingredients such as shredded beef, cheese, black beans, and avocado.
The classic club sandwich is a triple-decker delight, typically made with layers of roasted turkey or chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise, served between three slices of toasted bread.