I was about to say “Double Chocolate Chip Cookie, please!” at Subway when I spotted a teeny weeny sticker regarding the NEW Pineapple cookie. It’s the first time I’ve seen a pineapple cookie in Singapore. Pineapple tarts, yes. Golf ball pineapple tarts, yes. Pineapple ‘cake’ from Taiwan, yes. But pineapple cookie? And is it a good cookie?
Well, it has the qualities of a good cookie, or at least a cookie that I appreciate: It’s soft, chewy and moist. You know some cookies have gone stale when they’re hard and dry. So this one I most definitely like.
It doesn’t taste like pineapple tarts. And that’s great too as I’ve eaten SO MANY pineapple tarts this Chinese New Year. It does taste a little bit like the pineapple ‘cakes’ (or rather, pastry) from Taiwan. Similar, but not exactly alike. So I think it’s great for when I have a pineapple tart or cake craving but I don’t want to go out and purchase an entire box of them. A Subway cookie would do. 🙂
I don’t know if it’s a permanent addition to their cookie offerings, but I sure hope it stays. Go try it if you haven’t already done so. And tell me ‘huat’ you think about it k!
Subway currently has some $5.90 combos which come with a sub, cookie and drink. My personal fav is the BBQ Chicken Strips sub. 😀
Had lunch at Rivervale Mall’s Subway outlet today and was rather surprised that my usual egg mayo sandwich is now no longer part of the S$5 combo (which includes a drink). In fact, there are no more S$5 combos. Now, “for 50 days starting 1 September 2015”, the combos cost S$5.50 (10% increase in price) and you can choose from: Italian BMT, Subway Melt, Chicken Teriyaki, Meatball Marinara, and Tuna. My favorite Egg Mayo sandwich now costs S$5.50 and I don’t get a drink too. Why does this coincide with the GE? Hmm. #everythingalsoblamegahmen
I wonder what the new price will be after the 50 days. 😛
I don’t know about you but I’m always placing the same order when I visit Subway. From the choice of bread (Hearty Italian) to the veggies and the sauce (Sweet Onion), I know exactly which combination I like best with an Egg Mayo sandwich. 🙂 Do you try different sauces and sandwiches each time or do you stick to your favorite?
And if you are the kind who hates keeping receipts, well, you SHOULD keep your Subway receipt, participate in a quick survey online and redeem a free cookie on your next visit. You’ll never have to pay for Subway cookies anymore! You’re welcome. 😉
Once you’ve completed the survey, you’ll get a code for a free cookie. Write down that code on the same receipt and present it on your next visit to Subway. I like the Double Chocolate Chip cookies. XD