Experience next-gen Subway® at Vijayawada as it reopens door for customers

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Subway Vijayawada, AP restaurant opens with updated technology, menu and restaurant décor.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor

Subway Vijayawada, AP has revamped its restaurants as per global restaurant innovation.

The restaurant has re-opened doors for its customers on 4th September, 2020.

The revamp is part of Subway’s new global brand identity which will transform every aspect of the guest experience across its Indian restaurants.


From new and locally sourced menu items, to a modern in-restaurant experience, Subway is innovating to meet guests’ changing needs with its ongoing brand transformation.


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Guests will be welcomed with bright décor inspired by the locally sourced produce that's sliced in-store daily.  Complimentary Wi-Fiand USB charging points allow guests to quickly relax and dine with curated music and comfortable seating.

Owned and operated by Franchise Owner Yadla Balakrishna, the restaurant’s opening represents over two months’of work and planning, followed by 4 weeks of construction to bring the transformation to life.


Yadla Balakrishna has been working closely with the team at Subway to ensure the new look restaurant will give guests more choicethanks to a new ingredient displays anddigital menu boards.


Joining the global business as a Franchise Owner in 2013, Yadla Balakrishna opened his first Subway® restaurant in Vijayawada, AP.

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“We’re excited for our community to come and visit our revamped restaurant. It’s been months in the making it’s a modern take on the Subway we all know and love. We’re always looking for ways to improve what we do and so we’re proud to open an eco-friendly restaurant with energy-efficient LED lighting, water-saving appliances, and recycled materials,” said Balakrishna.


Founded more than 55 years ago, Subway remains a family-owned business with restaurants in more than 100 countries.


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