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This is one of a selection of Subway restaurants offering a fully Halal menu with no pork on premises. Offers toasted and cold submarine sandwiches, deli-style sandwiches, salads, wraps, crisps and freshly baked cookies and muffins. Many sandwiches have six grams of fat or less....more

Century City, South Africa

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This is one of a selection of Subway restaurants offering a fully Halal menu with no pork on premises. Offers toasted and cold submarine sandwiches, deli-style sandwiches, salads, wraps, crisps and freshly baked cookies and muffins. Many sandwiches have six grams of fat or less.

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American

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Opening Hours

9 am to 11 pm

Address

Canal Walk Food Court, Century City, Western Cape 7441

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Phone

+27 21 555 2851

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