NEWS: Subway Adds The Oven Crisp Chicken Sub To Their Menu

Subway Oven Crisp Chicken Sign

Update: Click here to read our Subway Oven Crisp Chicken Sub review

Today, Subway introduced a new crispy chicken sandwich.

When I first heard the news, I thought to myself, “Hallelujah! Subway is letting itself go! Jared is going to get fat again!” But then I learned, unlike other fast food places with fried crispy chicken sandwiches, Subway’s crispy chicken is baked using some fancy schmancy proprietary technology.

The Oven Crisp Chicken sandwich will be available for a limited time, and when I say “limited time,” I mean until September 30. The suggested retail price for a six-inch is $4, while a footlong has an suggested retail price of $6.

A six-inch version of Subway’s Oven Crisp Chicken sandwich has 420 calories, 60 calories from fat, 6.7 grams of fat, 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 30 milligrams of cholesterol, 940 milligrams of sodium, 67 grams of carbohydrates, 7 grams of fiber, 13 grams of sugar, and 23 grams of protein.

Subway also debuted a yogurt parfait that’s made with low-fat vanilla yogurt, a layer of strawberries and blueberries, and topped with granola. The yogurt parfait has 160 calories, two grams of fat, and has a suggested retail price of $1.49.

If you tried the Subway Oven Crisp Chicken Sub or their new yogurt parfait, let us know what you thought of it in the comments below.

Update: Click here to read our Subway Oven Crisp Chicken Sub review

13 thoughts to “NEWS: Subway Adds The Oven Crisp Chicken Sub To Their Menu”

  1. I tried this product today and have to say, between the bread reformulation and the chicken patty it may have been the worst lunch I have eaten in several months.

    The bread was dry and tasted stale, which I understand to be a direct result of their new high-calcium and vitamin D recipes. However it was the chicken that really offended.

    Doughy, chewy and bland. It is warmed in the convection oven then put on the sandwich. It was lukewarm and certainly not crispy. Not even close, in fact. Result? Nothing like its photo, a definite one-time thing for me.

  2. I had it today and it was not bad!!

    Except for when I bit into a piece of something hard, I had to spit it out into a napkin.

    Other than the potential chicken beek I bit into, it was not bad!

  3. I tried it today and thought it was great! Anonymous must have had a bad sandwich. I had my whole sandwich toasted & it was really good!

  4. The sandwich was good. I mean for it’s purpose. Healthy concious. I mean don’t expect t to taste like a regular chicken sanwich. It’s not Mcdonalds so it doesn’t have 36 grams of fat. We all know fat is what makes many thugs taste good but unfortunatelly it’s also bad for you.

  5. I tried it today on flatbread and it was fabulous! The attendant was not sure how to cook it so put it in convection oven for 1 cycle and than another and then put it on the flatbread for another cycle. Try that= it was crispy and delicious.

  6. We’ve had these in the UK for ages now, called the “chicken temptation” refreshing to see us get something before the USA!

    Here, they are cooked in the microwave then added to the toaster oven. My fave combo is cheese, lettuce, onion and chipotle southwest sauce.

  7. I have had the crisp chicken twice more since my last review on 8-16. Each and every time I ate it, there was either a hard piece that I bit into (cartilidge? bone?), or a piece of grissel.

    Ive switched back to my old standby…turkey on flatbread. Bummer because I was hoping Subway wasnt going to use subpar compressed chicken parts like the chicken strips or the oven chicken breast, both of which are disgusting.

  8. Couldn’t disagree more; this is one of the best offerings they have.

    Anytime you can get a coating of bread on meat without it being deep fried you’re doing good.

    It’s tasty and reasonably healthy.

    100% better than skinless grilled chicken for sure.

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