Lots of people enjoy going to restaurants that focus on sandwiches, even if they are trying not to eat carbohydrates. Fortunately, many of these restaurants are able to give them more choices.
Meals That are Low Carb
Individuals who avoid carbohydrates might think that they'll have a difficult time finding anything to eat at restaurants that are known for their sandwiches. However, almost all of these shops will at least have salads that are large enough to function as meals.
Some of their salads should also be substantial, featuring chicken, seeds, chopped hard-boiled eggs, steak, or shredded cheese. Most of these restaurants will also offer salad dressing options that are low in sugar and higher in healthy monounsaturated fat. It's also becoming increasingly common for these restaurants to give customers the choice to get sandwiches that are not made with bread.
Adaptations to Sandwiches
The people who go to a sandwich restaurant that mainly serves various sandwiches might still be interested in sandwiches, even if they are trying to avoid bread. For some people, the sandwich contents are more important than the bread, and a sandwich made using lettuce can still create a similar experience.
If the original sandwich was a wrap, replacing the bread with spinach can work effectively. Spinach is solid enough that it will hold everything together. People who are ordering sandwiches that would have been otherwise made using thicker pieces of bread or sandwich buns should exchange the bread for lettuce instead. It might be easier to make this sort of substitution with some sandwiches and not others, but many shops will make it possible. Almost all of these restaurants will let customers create unique sandwiches.
Personalized Sandwich Options
People used to have to choose restaurants carefully if they knew that they wanted to add all of their own toppings to sandwiches, and they did not necessarily want to eat the exact sandwiches that were on the menu. These days, it's rare to find a restaurant in this category that does not have personalized sandwich orders available. With a build your own sandwich option, you can carefully craft a meal that fits in your macros.
Many of these restaurants will have dozens of very different available toppings and as many as a dozen different bread options. They might also have a dozen different choices for dressing. It should be easy for customers to get the exact sandwiches that they want.