Another Subway @ Bahadurabad

First it was Dunking Donut s growing like mushrooms in the city and now its SUBWAY


Another Subway opens up at Alamgir Road, Bahadurabad.This branch comes up with a promotional offer of “buy one sub …get one of equal or lesser price free” .The offer is valid at this new branch on Sundays only.

17 Comments so far

  1. KhiTorPitt (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 1:26 am

    We eat subway’s tuna sandwich outside as we dont have much options of desi food here in US in most of the cities, I dont know how come ppl in Pak. like to eat sandwitches at subway.
    1. Do they really like the taste ? 2. its just for a change of taste sometimes ? 3. just having a good time with family at frenchise ?

    More likely I beleive it would be the last two options.

  2. KhiTorPitt (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 1:34 am

    We are more in need of a subway train bcoz of the increasing population and traffic rather then subway frenchise :)

  3. Adnan Sheikh (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 2:57 am

    @KHITORPITT hey try the sea food sensation too instead of just tuna … seafood sensation have a great taste… i stop eating tuna sub now..

  4. subway ~ Freak (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 3:23 am

    saniha from chicago….

    i luv subway…. its fast… its fresh….high in nutritions…. you have a variety of vagees or meet or sea food or chicken and variety of bread and sauce to choose from….

    on the other hand… choice of your meal or sandwich is very limited at mcdonalds or kfc….

    and desi food just makes me sick….just too much oil… to much time to prepare….

    in todays world… ppl dont have time… nor we need to put that much oil in our stomach…. specially when its doing harm to our body…

    these are just a few reasons of my being in love with subway…

    I was wondering if there is any ” Taco Bell ” resturant in Pakistan ????????

    i think its a great choice… cuz you have to think outside the Bun…
    it combines spicy mexican style food with fast food….

    Subway + Taco Bell = :) 4 life.

  5. Alim (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 3:49 am

    And whats the price tag in Pakistan? I wanna compare it with here.

  6. Zainub (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 4:37 am

    To posts about the rain today? I thought it was God’s way to try and cheers us up.

  7. Sufi (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 4:53 am

    Never liked it..

  8. TURAB (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 8:37 am

    try the veggie max which has a pattie made out of vegs but tastes like meat? …. a bit pricier… though

  9. unaiza nasim (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 4:51 pm

    @Khitropit: I like subway but not very often. Its light as subway freak said and then sometimes it’s just the addiction that drives you to subway.
    About tuna sandwhich, I know people who would only take tuna sandwhich from subway :-)

    @Adnan: Seafood sandwhichs filling looks weird, but have heard it tastes good.

    @subway freak: Unluckily, there’s no Tacobell in Karachi. I love tacos but the franchise is not here yet. TCBY is another light yougurt icecream which is still not here.

    @Alim I think it ranges from 120-340. Im not sure about the exact price. Tuna and seafood sandwhiches are teh most expensive ones.

    @Turab: is it available in Pakistan?

  10. KhiTorPit (unregistered) on March 12th, 2007 @ 11:30 pm

    @subway~Freak, As you said that you are in chicago and have many choice at subway, you might not have any problem but for us who are muslim and eat halal meat we cannot eat any meat or chicken sandwich at subway, so for us less option, so normally we dont like it here.

    As far as desi food is concerned if you will eat oily food then you will definitely get sick of it. There is no alternate of desi food.
    As you said that ppl dont have time, I cant say anything about you as I dont know what you do, but I would say that if somebody dont have enough time to cook good healthy food at home then I will say that their life is simply miserable.

  11. Dusti (M. Ali) (unregistered) on March 13th, 2007 @ 7:28 am

    not a big fan of desi food…. too much oil…. and just too much time to prepare….. but i still know some desi ppl. who spend alot of time cooking…. and i dont have any problem with it…….

    just imagine if all Pakistani Women were to spend same amount of time they spend in cooking meals for their whole Joined Family of like 2 dozens adults + children…. in Learning or Getting Education… how much would that change our society….in literacy + in building our nation + in reducing crimes(most of the crimes against women occur because women in pakistan are not aware of their rights and are taught from their childhood that they must give all the sacrifices without asking any questions) and many more advantages of my idea… that women of Pakistan should divert their time away from ” COOKING ” towards learning to get their rightful place in the society….but most importantly towards building a Developed + Dynamic + Peaceful + Educated Pakistan…..

    my request to our dynamic president would be to provide incentives to working women, specially single mothers…(e.g. discounted rates at resturants, utility bills, public transport etc.)

    I am open to criticism….against my idea…

    Dusti (M. Ali)
    Mrkt. Reseach & Business Psychology consultant

  12. Dee (unregistered) on March 13th, 2007 @ 4:55 pm

    @Dusti……> LOL,Thats funny.
    To those who are saying desi food has oil and hence not good for health.Please go and check the calories when you order a Mc sandwich, with fries and cola :) or pizza.
    Food prepare at home has less calories than food you eat outside(especially at the fast food chains).All the cut and canned vegies and thanks to convection ovens cooking is not time consuming as it used to be.So please stop cooking in your backyard pits :).
    I dont like the tuna subway but i sure indulge on fish burger and hard tacos every now and then.

  13. KhiTorPit (unregistered) on March 13th, 2007 @ 8:50 pm

    @Dusti, I dont know what kind of Psychologist you are, as for you the time for one single single person is more important as compared to the time of the whole family which would have to spend out every day at lunch and dinner to go and drive and wait for their turn and then order the food and then come back to home ???

    I mean how much time it takes to cook food for a family as compare to the hassle which the whole family has to face ?

    One person can also bring food to save time for others but to have food from outside which is not healthy most of the time plus inconvenient too, how much choice do we have for the outside food ? Desi food from restaurants are always oily and hot and not good for health too.

    Beside cooking a woman can still build a Developed + Dynamic + Peaceful + Educated Pakistan

    You are not dusti you seems to be a dust for our culture and society.

  14. Jamal Shamsi (unregistered) on March 14th, 2007 @ 4:28 pm

    seems like my write ups are ending in trashbin ??? – :(

  15. bakpakchik (unregistered) on March 17th, 2007 @ 2:42 am


    “1. Do they really like the taste ? 2. its just for a change of taste sometimes ? 3. just having a good time with family at frenchise ?”

    You might be surprised to realize that red meat overdosed in tayl and laal mirch is not the only taste that can appease tastebuds.

    I eat subways sandwiches DAILY for lunch at work(or at least three to four times a week). Why?

    Is it because it’s cheap? Not really. The indian restaurant in the food court does an 8 dhs meal deal where you get your meal AND drink. Subways costs 10-14 dhs for a sammich.

    Is it because it’s fast? Nope, the indian buffet is just as fast.

    But I – and I think a lot of other people – respect their body enough to not want to fill it with greasy gunk.

    Subways is fresh and healthy. Crisp veggies and meats cooked in little oil. AND it’s yummy.

    Have you tried the meatball marinara? Or honey-roasted chicken breast with honey mustard sauce? Heck, even the veggie sammich with plain salt and pepper dressing tastes really good.

  16. bakpakchik (unregistered) on March 17th, 2007 @ 2:46 am

    also @khitorpit

    “One person can also bring food to save time for others but to have food from outside which is not healthy most of the time plus inconvenient too …. Beside cooking a woman can still build a Developed + Dynamic + Peaceful + Educated Pakistan”

    Have you ever tried coming home after an eight or nine hour workday and cooked a meal for your family? Have you tried doing that on a daily basis?

    If not, then you will never know that it’s not as easy as it sounds.

    All this talk is very easy for you taulia-lao types … try being in the shoes you talk about … you wouldn’t last a day.

    There are plenty of healthy take-out options in any metro of the world. You need to know where to look and what to eat.

  17. wasiq (unregistered) on March 18th, 2007 @ 4:22 am

    By God i had no idea a Turkey Sub(foot long) was available so near…..may Allah the almighty forgive me for all the bad things i thought about you in my thoughts….over the years…and especially on the thanksgivings…

    BTW, if everything they use is fresh and imported than they must have a fleet of jet-planes as well….they can’t trust PIA to fly in freshly baked Buns twice a day everyday…can they…?lol

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