SUBWAY fans are demanding the return of a cheap and fragrant menu item.
The fast food restaurant has made several attempts over the years to expand the Subway brand beyond sandwiches.
One of these attempts is the Flatizza.
It was a combination of flatbread and pizza that was sold from 2014 to 2015.
It was a roughly 6-inch piece of flatbread covered with marinara sauce, cheese, and toppings of the customer’s choice.
Subway created their own topping combinations consisting of cheese, pepperoni, veggies, and Italian.
Back then you could get two Flatizzas for $5.
Despite the silly name, people on Twitter have been begging the chain to bring it back.
The Discontinued Foods Twitter account recently paid tribute post go to Article.
“Subway Flatizza (2014–2015): These small, square pizzas were one of several attempts by the sandwich chain to branch out. They were prepared on flatbread and topped with sauce, mozzarella and a variety of toppings,” the post reads.
Other users took advantage of the comments section to talk about their own memories of the Flatizza.
“I remember how amazingly heavenly the subway at Walmart smelled when they existed lol,” read one reply.
“That damn menu item was the reason I rode the subway for the first and last time,” echoed another.
“They didn’t have the flatizzas, and I didn’t go back.”
“They were SO good,” began a third comment.
“I remember being very upset when they said they weren’t making them anymore.”