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Do you fancy Hot & Spicy food?!
Jom, experience a fiery mouth-watering sensation as Subway® Malaysia is spicing things up this month with the launch of its #tambahpedas limited edition Hot & Spicy Subs range.
Following the recent addition of 12 fresh new ingredients to Subway Malaysia’s menu, including chilli flakes and sizzling sauces, the Spicy Mayo Chicken and Hot Pepper Chicken join the line-up to give an extra flavour kick to Malaysian taste buds.
Subway’s Spicy Mayo Chicken sub features chicken marinated in a Southern-inspired creamy remoulade.
The tangy roasted Hot Pepper sauce is infused into tender chicken strips for the Hot Pepper Chicken sub.
Subway Malaysia Country Director Samad Shariff said the limited-edition sandwiches were created to delight Malaysians with spicier options and reflect a commitment to cater to Malaysians’ tastes, including their love of spicy food.
“We at Subway know how much Malaysians enjoy adding more spice to our food – the spicier, the better! We knew we had to take it up a notch by offering these limited-edition subs,” Mr Shariff said.
The new limited-edition subs are available via dine-in or takeaway from all Subway restaurants or through delivery via Foodpanda and GrabFood from today onwards.
As a lover of spicy food myself, I encourage you guys to #tambahpedas and challenge your pedas level by trying out their new subs and adding more chilli flakes!
Subway offers a fresh alternative to traditional fast food, providing guests with the choice of 37 million combinations of quality proteins, fresh vegetables, and bread baked daily. The world’s largest restaurant chain serves nutritious and delicious subs, soups, and salads at about 44,000 restaurants in over 100 countries.
To curb the spread of Covid-19, and for the health and safety of Sandwich Artists and guests, Subway Malaysia has stringent health, safety, and hygiene procedures in place. For further information, visit www.subwayisfresh.com.my.
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