More seafood options at sandwich joint


Subway Malaysia’s brand new Seafood Patty — a golden breaded and crispy patty filled with shrimp, squid and fish — is available nationwide.

SEAFOOD lovers, rejoice! For the first time ever Subway Malaysia is introducing a Seafood Patty — a golden breaded and crispy patty filled with shrimp, squid and fish that will keep pescatarians happy.

“Our signature Tuna Sub has been one of our best-selling Subs since our launch here in Malaysia, clearly indicating the local love for seafood-flavoured Subs,” said Subway South-East Asia country director Samad Mohd Shariff.

“Given this, we are very excited to introduce the Seafood Patty to meet the increasing demand for more seafood options at Subway.

“Our new Seafood Patty features a seafood medley filling that is sure to satisfy our Malaysian customers and a great addition to our better-for-you menu options,” he said.

The Seafood Patty, which is now available at all Subway outlets nationwide, is best paired with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, green peppers, onions and Subway’s signature spicy mayo sauce for that extra kick that takes this tasty treat to the next level.

The six-inch Seafood Patty Sub is priced at RM12.90 (a la carte), RM13.20 (as combo set with drink) and RM19 for a footlong.

All prices exclude 6% SST.

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