Subway® Launches New Menu with More Flavours and Ingredients than Ever Before
Global quick service restaurant brand Subway is providing more reasons to eat fresh from today, with a range of signature flavours designed specifically for Singaporeans’ tastes.
The new additions represent the biggest menu evolution in Subway Singapore’s 20-year history and include 12 new sub ingredients, as well as three mouthwatering new flavours and snack option to crave for, all available at restaurants island-wide for takeaway or delivery.
With so many new options to experience, Subway Singapore Country Director, Samad Shariff, invites Singaporeans to rediscover Subway and the endless flavour combinations on offer. “There’s a flavour for every taste at Subway, with our Breaded Chicken Cutlet now back for good by popular demand. The tender chicken strips are coated in irresistibly-crunchy toasted breadcrumbs and are the perfect partner for our new zesty sauces, including hot pepper sauce or spicy mayo,” said Mr. Shariff. “We’ve raised the stakes with our new Chunky Steak sub, promising plenty of hearty bite in every mouthful, and our Korean-inspired Bulgogi Chicken sub with a perfectly balanced, delicious sweet and savoury flavour. Guests can top these new signature flavours with our new sharp sliced cheddar, shredded melty-mozzarella cheese or cheddar cheese sauce.
“Customise any Subway favourite with new juicy diced mushrooms, crisp mixed greens, or spice it up with our new chili flakes seasoning. There’s never been a more important time to keep healthy by eating fresh. Our new menu doesn’t only feature subs, our new deliciously cheesy hunger-buster, Mac n Cheese, is a mouth-watering side-meal or an afternoon snack sure to satisfy any craving.”
Subway’s menu continues to offer something for everyone in the family, with 16 flavours now endorsed by the Singapore Health Board as healthier choices, providing the perfect option for guests looking for a fresh and healthy meal.
“More than ever before, eating fresh and staying healthy are important – and our new menu provides flavour-packed meals that are also low in calories,” Mr. Shariff added. “It’s never been easier to eat fresh with Subway, with our new signature flavours available delivered to your door, with FoodPanda, GrabFood and Deliveroo.”
Editor’s note: The kind folks at Subway sent over samples of their new menu for us to try, and well, the verdict is out. The Beef Steak with Cheese Sauce sub is certain one to savour. Compared to the Philly Cheesesteak of before, this is one sandwich you can really sink your teeth into, with a distinct bite to it that brings out its full flavour. The beef goes well with the cheese sauce. and it’s highly recommended to consume this while it’s still hot.
The Bread Chicken Cutlet sub was well-seasoned, and is well complemented by the spicy mayo sauce, coming together nicely in every bite. But our pick of the three new subs would have to be the Bulgolgi Chicken with Mozzarella Cheese. The bulgolgi sauce was well-balanced and not too spicy, and with one taste, could immediately tell it was bulgolgi chicken. Coming together with the mozzarella, we were also reminded of the popular cheese and chicken dish you can find at Korean eateries.
For our order, we also put in a special request, and Subway delivered: a wrap version of the bulgolgi chicken with mozzarella. We have a soft spot for wraps over subs, as the ingredients in a wrap are packed so closely together, you can taste everything in a single bite. As can be seen from the photo above, it’s exactly as we imagined it, and every bite offered us an all-in-one experience.
All in all, this was a great treat from Subway, perfect for perking up our circuit breaker. The new range of ingredients and subs give much more choice and better options for customers to select, and coming in at this time, brings takeaways from Subway to the next level, and a good choice of a pick-me-up during these difficult times.
Guests can experience the new Subway menu takeaway from all 136 outlets island-wide as well as delivery. For more information, visit www.subway.com.