Vox Pop: Subway’s 2,000th store is in Hemel Hempstead, but what’s your favourite sarnie?

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Reporter Victoria Bull took to Grovehill’s Henry Wells Square in Hemel Hempstead to ask shoppers about their ultimate sandwich fillings.

Wendy Forder, Grovehill: ‘It’s not something they’d do in Subway, but in a cafe – it’s hot bacon and fried egg with a little bit of ketchup. It’s a classic as far as I’m concerned.’
Carol Gardner, Grovehill: ‘I like a scrambled egg sandwich – as a sandwich, a roll, or whatever! I have it as an alternative to egg mayo, because I don’t eat mayonnaise.’

Mark Amponsa, town centre: ‘I’m not sure... It would have to be a good sandwich, something like a good old BLT – bacon, lettuce and tomato.’

David Bedwell, Grovehill: ‘Pastrami and beef – I would normally have that at home. I go for lots of meat, a little bit of mustard and home-cooked bread.’

Roselle Espera, Grovehill: ‘At Subway Ialways go for the steak. If making it myself, I’d cook it well done. You can’t beat a steak sandwich.’