Subway Garden Town Lahore

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Subway Garden Town Lahore

Subway was one of the international food chains to operate in Pakistan. The world-renowned Subway chain came to Pakistan in September, 2003 and now has around 39 dine-in and takeaway outlets in all the major cities i.e.: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Multan etc. Although numerous local vendors have tried to imitate the original Subway Sandwich concept, but Subway Pakistan gives tough competition to all and is still one of the best Fast Food restaurants in Pakistan. Subway has been quite innovative in Pakistan; to its credit it has introduced mouthwatering Sandwiches, Chicken Teriyaki, Subway Melt, Steak & Cheese, Roasted Chicken Breast etc. Subway outlets retain the family-style enjoyment concept and offer a casual dining environment. The range is complimented with other mouth-watering menu items including a wide range of Italian B.M.T, Tuna, Meatball, Spicy Italian and more. All in all the huge range of Subways with different styles affordable prices and local popularity make it a hot spot for company lunches and birthday dinners.

Address: 28- Ali block, New Garden Town, Lahore.

Phone: (042)-111-782-929, +92-42-35847204, +92-42-35847205

Subway Online Delivery: 0800-MYSUB(0800-69782) (Check for your city since by 2012 was launched in Islamabad, Sialkot, Multan & in Jhelum).

Foodtype / Cuisine: Subway Sandwiches, Salads, Cookies, Fast Food


Serving Hours: Mon - Sun: 10:00 am - 2:00 am

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Information Subway: With more than 40,000 locations in 102 countries, the SUBWAY® brand is the world’s largest submarine sandwich franchise, and has become a leader in the international development of the quick service restaurant industry. SUBWAY® restaurants first ventured outside North America when the first location opened in the small Middle Eastern island nation of Bahrain in December of 1984. Since then, the SUBWAY® concept has gone around the world, with restaurants opening from Argentina to Zambia. Wherever SUBWAY® restaurants are located, the core menu stays relatively the same — with the exception of some cultural and religious variations. World travelers can expect the same high quality of ingredients regardless of what nation they are visiting. You can enjoy a footlong Turkey Breast Sub, with your choice of a variety of vegetables and condiments served on bread baked right in the restaurant in Jamaica, then travel to New Zealand and get the same footlong Turkey Breast Sub!

Branches: 40318 Restaurants in 102 Countries. 39 Restaurants in PAKISTAN.

The History Of Subway: Back in 1965, Fred DeLuca set out to fulfill his dream of becoming a medical doctor. Searching for a way to help pay for his education, a family friend suggested he open a submarine sandwich shop. With a loan of $1,000, the friend—Dr. Peter Buck—offered to become Fred’s partner, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry. The first store was opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut in August, 1965. Then, they set a goal of having 32 stores opened in 10 years. Fred soon learned the basics of running a business, as well as the importance of serving a well-made, high quality product, providing excellent customer service, keeping operating costs low and finding great locations. These early lessons continue to serve as the foundation for successful SUBWAY® restaurants around the world. By 1974, the duo owned and operated 16 submarine sandwich shops throughout Connecticut. Realizing they would not reach their 32 store goal in time, they began franchising, launching the SUBWAY® brand into a period of remarkable growth which continues to this day.

Nutrition: In many countries, the SUBWAY® menu highlights a selection of sandwiches that are low in fat and under 350 calories. You can incorporate these sandwiches into your diet and exercise program in your pursuit to maintain a healthier and balanced lifestyle. Throughout the years, the SUBWAY restaurant chain has earned a well-respected reputation for offering customers a better alternative to traditional greasy and fatty fast food. The following are some tips to lower the fat, calories, sodium and increase the fiber in your next SUBWAY meal.

  • To Reduce Fat and Calories: Many vegetables are naturally low in calories and fat free. Request items such as raw vegetables, banana peppers, jalapeno peppers, or pickles. Limit the amount of cheese, bacon and creamy dressings used. Ask for mustard or vinegar instead of mayonnaise or oil.
  • To Reduce Sodium: Limit items such as cheese, bacon, salt, mustard, mayonnaise, jalapeno peppers, olives and pickles. Top your sandwich with vegetables such as lettuce, tomato, green peppers and onions. Try the Olive Oil Blend and vinegar on your salad instead of dressing.
  • To Increase Fiber: Make sure to include lots of vegetables on your sandwich or salad.

Menu: Our goal at each SUBWAY® restaurant is to offer a quality product that is made specific to each individual customers taste. Your SUBWAY® sandwich is made-to-order, exactly the way you want it. Bread is baked in each and every restaurant, daily. Crisp vegetables are provided though local suppliers and a wide assortment of cold cuts are available, topped with your choice of our special sauces and condiments. Every order is prepared right before your eyes. SUBWAY® restaurants are committed to offering high quality food and exceptional service. The SUBWAY® brand is famous for its made-to-order sandwiches and salads. Sandwiches are made right before your eyes and are served on Italian, Wheat and a variety of seasoned breads, baked daily in each restaurant. Check out the online menu to help decide which delicious SUBWAY® meal to choose. (Our menu may vary depending on cultural tastes, customs and religious preferences).

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  •  Subway Classics

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  •  Subway Hot Toasted Subs

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