I was out on a weekend for whatever reason, and I was hungry. I felt like having some Subway!
Normally, I like to order roasted chicken, but I noticed some new thing on the menu—Cheese Melt Sub (which is also chicken, but with cheese)!
Looked tasty and cheesy and all… so I ordered it with my usual choices: lettuce, cucumber, pickles, onion, mayonnaise and ranch. And I got mooseself a coke. Felt like having something cold and bubbly.
After a battle with the drink machine that had ice stuck in it, I sat down to feast on this delicious looking sub sandwich! (Thanks to the Subway lady for getting the ice out so I could enjoy my slurps.)
And delicious it was!
VERDICT: Definitely go for this one next time you’re at Subway! Apparently, it’s there for a limited time too.
Note: I feasted on this at Subway Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur.
Let me tell you first hoof, this isn’t word play or a pun. That’s what the place is called—stuff’d—mexican. turkish. delicious. (their tagline). And as you can see below, I’ve got mooseself a kebab with a message.
The first bite? Nothing too special. But as I kept chomping my way down that chicken kebab, it got damn delicious very quickly! The chicken was good, veggies were nice (even that tomato, and I don’t normally like eating tomatoes), the mayo… YUM!
Apart from kebabs, they’ve got tacos, burritos, quesadillas and such. You can choose whether you want chicken or beef, different types of sauces and veggies, etc.
VERDICT: I’m coming back there for more! And you should too!
Note: I’ve bought this at the newly opened stuff’d outlet at NU Sentral (or KL Sentral, or the bridge in between those two, whatever you wanna call it!), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
One thing’s clear…. it’s spicy! Upon doing a little bit of Google research, the ghost pepper is in the sauce—Ghost Pepper Sauce.
While moosin’ by KFC, I’ve decided try out the new Ghost Pepper Zinger Burger Combo. Well… ok, it wasn’t just moosin’ by, I went there with a purpose, but the decision to get it was spontaneous.
Something I haven’t noticed at first… the bun is pink. It also includes some cucumbers and tortilla chips, probably mayo, plus the good old Zinger. Comes with a side of regular fries and a drink.
The tortilla chips add some extra crunch and the cucumbers give a fresh relief from the Ghost Pepper Sauce, but otherwise… it’s just a Zinger with some minor face paint and new underwear.
The Ghost Pepper Sauce is supposed to be really spicy, or something. It wasn’t. At least, I didn’t find it to be THAT spicy as they claimed it to be. But I’m sure there will be people feeling like their mouths had been condemned to the fires of hell.
To me, it’s like a glorified chili sauce. All that sauce that comes in bottles, packets or dispensers… like ketchup or any other commercial sauce. Not a fan.
VERDICT: It wasn’t bad, but wasn’t anything great either.