The restaurant is located on Gokulam Main Road, Mysore. The sandwich chain has a network of 472 restaurants in over 70 cities across India.
Subway, the world’s largest submarine sandwich restaurant chain, opened its 100th restaurant in South India in Mysore.
The restaurant is located on Gokulam Main Road, Mysore.
“We are happy to be a part of the brand's growth in the country especially since the 100th store will be opening in the beautiful and historic city of Mysore,” said Rahul Bhalla, Development Agent, Subway Restaurants in the southern territory.
The milestone marks the strength and consistent growth of the Subway brand, which has opened more than 42,000 restaurants in 107 countries. Subway opened its first restaurant in 2001 in New Delhi and has since then been going strong with a network of 472 restaurants in over 70 cities. Subway restaurant has aggressive growth plans for the region, in line with the brand’s growth ambitions for India, according to which the chain plans to have over 500 restaurants by the end of 2014 and 1000 restaurants by the end of 2017 in India.
Healthy food offerings, franchise based business model and consumer focus like adapting the menu according to the needs and demands of the operating market is the USP of Subway.