Last Updated on 2022-10-05 , 4:54 pm
Tired of scrolling through GrabFood and ordering the same few items just to get the Tea-Time Free Delivery?
Guzman, Mr. Coconut, GrabKitchen, and obscure food places you’ve never heard of…
Worry no more, Subway’s got your back.
Subway has Launched the Japanese Curry Sub and Brought Back the Coconut Lemon Cookie
Rejoice, and get your hands on Subway’s newly launched Japanese Curry sub!
The sub includes a mouth-watering Japanese curry sauce within the signature Subway sandwich, and is available in both chicken and beef options.
You read that right. You can choose whether you’d like to have a crispy breaded chicken cutlet or chunky strips of steak wrapped inside Subway’s freshly-baked bread.
Now, not all of us are fans of other cuisines. For those among us who prefer local flavours, you’d be glad to know Japanese Curry sauce was made with you in mind.
That’s right, Subway thought about you while crafting this divine new sub.
The sauce is sweet, savoury and mildly spicy, reminiscent of our local flavours.
Prices of the Japanese Curry Chicken sub start from $8.50 for a 6-inch and $13.50 for a footlong.
For those who prefer beef, prices start at $8.90 for a 6-inch Japanese Curry Beef sub.
Feeling a little ravenous? The footlong’s just an additional $5 away, priced at $13.90.
If you’re worried that the Japanese Curry sub is going to leave you feeling jelak, Subway’s got that covered as well.
Round off your scrumptious meal with the returning sweet-yet-citrusy Coconut Lemon cookie.
For the unfortunate ones among us who’ve never tried it, the cookie is infused with lemon extract and filled with crunchy bits of coconut.
Sounds like the perfect dessert to complement a curry sub. Prices for the Coconut Lemon cookie start from just $1.40—you could get it as an afternoon snack too!
Available as a sub, salad or wrap, the Japanese Curry Chicken or Beef as well as the Coconut Lemon cookie are available at all Subway restaurants now.
If you’re still in the WFH mood and don’t want to leave the comfort of your crib, fear not because the items will also be made available on GrabFood, FoodPanda and Deliveroo at a later date. Say goodbye to the boring few options in your “Order Again” section!
Something for everyone – any anime fans?
Alongside the launch of all the delicious food items, look forward to a line-up of exciting activities over the next two months to help you #PowerUpFromWithin and find your inner Kiai—your energising spirit.
Paying homage to Manga culture, selected Subway restaurants across the island will also be transformed.
Those of us adventurous enough to shop in the labyrinth that is Suntec City, be prepared to be wow-ed by the Subway restaurant (that is, if you manage to navigate your way there) as it has already been taken over by the Manga transformation.
Any anime fans reading this?
If the answer is yes, it’s time to dress yourselves up in cosplay!
From 5 October to 18 October , enjoy 25% off the new Japanese Curry subs when you:
- Cosplay as your favourite anime character (yes, any character), visit a Subway restaurant and take a photo or video of yourself doing the ‘Kiai’ pose; and
- Post the photo or video and tag @subway.singapore and #PowerUpFromWithin on Facebook, Instagram or TikTok and show it to the counter.
That’s not all from our favourite sandwich chain.
From 26 September to 9 October, look out for the interactive ads at Dhoby Ghaut, Boon Kheng and Bedok MRT stations where you can grab a picture of your ‘Kiai’ moments by matching the outline of the ‘Kiai’ pose on the interactive bus panel.
Stand a chance to win prizes when you share these ‘Kiai’ moments and tag @subway.singapore on your social media pages, along with the hashtag #PowerUpFromWithin.
Grab your friends, head down to a Subway near you and #PowerUpFromWithin now!
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