What Are the Different Subway Soups of the Day?

Subway has a rotation of several different varieties of soups for soup of the day. This includes beef chilli, black bean, brocolli cheddar, creamy chicken and dumpling and creamy wild rice. Home style chicken noodle, loaded baked potato, poblano corn chowder, Thai coconut and tomato basil round out the menu.

The type of soup available at Subway varies by restaurant location. There are no set days for when each soup will be served. It is up to the individual restaurants to choose which soups will be available on a given day. Most Subway restaurants feature a soup of the day, but some locations also offer a second soup option.

Unfortunately no information is available online for food allergies or specific dietary needs in regards to Subway soups. Customers can fill out the “contact us” form on Subway.com for answers to specific questions about soup ingredients or to get more information about what soup offerings are available at a nearby Subway.

A single serving of soup comes in an 8 -ounce bowl. At 110 calories, the home style chicken noodle soup is the lowest calorie soup offered at Subway restaurants. Additional nutritional information is available for all of the Subway soups at Subway.com as well as in Subway restaurants.