Popeyes Rolls Out New Cajun Flounder Sandwich

After the success of the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich, the Cajun brand is once again setting new benchmarks for sandwich standards with its new launch, the Cajun Flounder Sandwich. Popeye’s new Cajun Flounder Sandwich will be available in restaurants starting Thursday, February 11, and will ship nationwide for $ 4.49.

Popeyes knows that the new Cajun Flounder Sandwich will re-set your standards and expectations for a fast-service fish sandwich that with the introduction of sandwich insurance guarantees you will love it. For guests who order the new Cajun Flounder Sandwich and do not like it, Popeyes will replace it with the Chicken Sandwich free of charge on the start day if they take out insurance.

The new Cajun Flounder Sandwich contains four ingredients: The fried fillet is served on the same butter-toasted brioche bun with hardened cucumber from the chicken sandwich and Popeyes tartar sauce.

Caught in the icy waters of the Pacific, Popeyes flounder fillet is light, flaky, and flavored with a blend of Louisiana brand Cajun spices. The Cajun Flounder Sandwich is dusted with a crispy southern coating and fried until golden brown. It has the taste and crispness you’d expect in a local harbor fish shack.

“After seeing the response to our chicken sandwich in 2019, we’re excited to deliver another delicious sandwich to our fans that is sure to reset industry standards,” said Sami Siddiqui, President Americas at Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. “At Popeyes we don’t take short cuts for quality and we strive to make sure our ingredients are the best of the best. That’s why we pride ourselves on serving the most authentic Cajun Flounder sandwich in [quick-service restaurants]. ”

On Launch Day only, skeptics can use the Popeyes app to add sandwich insurance to their Popeyes Cajun Flounder sandwich order for just 10 cents. Popeyes doesn’t think you will need it, however – everyone will love this Popeyes fish sandwich.

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