White Castle Introduces the Seafood Crab Cake Slider

    Industry News | February 21, 2017

    White Castle unveiled the Seafood Crab Cake Slider, another Bold Move from the hamburger pioneer. The newest seasonal catch is perfect for seafood lovers of all ages, and will satisfy any Craver's appetite. These tasty seafood crab cakes, topped with a zesty creole sauce, are served on the signature slider bun and will be available at most White Castle restaurants for a limited time beginning February 17.

    "White Castle has been innovating since 1921, when we started the first fast food chain. Today we are proud to continue leading the industry by being the first to offer a seafood crab cake sandwich at all restaurants. The bold and unique flavors of our limited-time Seafood Crab Cake Sliders are joined by the Craver favorite, Shrimp Nibblers," says Jamie Richardson, vice president of White Castle. "Make a bold move and come to White Castle to try them, because before you know it, they could be gone."

    The Shrimp Nibblers are made with mouthwatering butterfly shrimp and cooked to perfection. When customers order the Classic Shrimp Nibblers they have a choice of four dipping sauces, including cocktail, ranch, tartar or zesty zing.

    The limited-time only Seafood Crab Cake Slider and Shrimp Nibblers join the everyday seafood lineup of Fish Sliders, Fish Nibblers, and Clam Strips, available in some regions for a limited time only. White Castle's Fish Sliders and Fish Nibblers are made with "Wild, Natural, Sustainable" Alaska Pollock.

    "Many of our Cravers seek a dining experience with quality, affordable and convenient seafood menu items," Richardson says. "At White Castle, every Craver is like family, and we want to provide them with a variety of delicious and fresh seafood items whenever you're craving, morning, noon or night."

    For a limited time, Cravers can enjoy a free Sack of 20 Chicken Rings with $20 online purchase with keyword RINGS. The offer is valid for online or mobile app orders only.

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