This resturant was on the corner of the food street in Lahore. It's clean and cheap. Easy to get a seat. Food was excellent. The bathrooms were not identified with "male" and "female" sign so there was interesting clashes happening the night I was there. :))
The second resturant - the Kyber Pass in Model Town was a nice experience. I 've never taken dinner in a resturant lying down before. These traditional Punjabi chairs gave cultural atmosphere.
Oh well you will see these corn carts every where in Pakistani bazaars and markets. These corns are worth trying and most hygienic and clean since these full corns are grilled in sand and salt. These are very cheap and a good replacement of a light lunch or dinner. It will not cost you more than Pak Ruppee 10/-
Bonjour Mes Amis,
In Peshawar, if you're a non vegetarian so I'd recommend you, Namakmandi street, same as Food Street in Lahore, the place where you can find the best barbecue of Pakistan and the tribal Pathan's skills of cooking the beef and mutton in its special way.
Enjoy the marvels of Pakistan
Favorite Dish: Barbecue and Peshawari Traditional Khawa (Green Tea).
Mango the "king of fruits", is one of the most popular and best-loved fruits. Hundreds of varieties of mangoes are available in Pakistan. Chill the mangoes in ice and try... yummmy...... the aroma and taste of Pakistan mangoe is unmatched. Available in summer (end-June to september)
In winter (end-November to March), you will find sweet juicy oranges every where, at very cheap rates.
Favorite Dish: Mangoes Varieties: Dusehri, Chaunsa, Sindhri, Anwar-retol, langra,
Italian food was not on my agenda when I went looking for a good restaurant in Islamabad one night but I ahve to say that this restaurant is head and shoulders above anything I have every tried in the country. This popular restaurant has a massive menu with amazing food. The pizzas come in 5 sizes and the fajitas and and pastas are to die for. Hands down my favorite Italian restaurant ever and that includes 3 trips to Italy.
Favorite Dish: Fajitas!!
Bonjour Mes Amis,
During your visit to Lahore better to stay in the old city, to see the real culture of Lahoris and the vivacity of the walled city.
For dinner I would recommend you to go to Food street ( Gawalmandi) to enjoy the cooking repertoire of the Lahoris and the food culture in Lahore, as Lahore is pretty alive at night.
Besides barbecue you better try the traditional Kashmiri Chai.
I wish you safe and nice travels to Pakistan
Favorite Dish: Barbecue and Kashmiri Chai
A life time dining experience. Inside the walled city of Lahore, where you can have almost all sorts of traditional food, in a real Lahori atmosphere. The speciality food of other areas is also available (for example Chappli Kebabs). A must ...... in Lahore!.
Favorite Dish: Fried fish, biryani, tikkas & kebabs, tuk-a-tuk, karahi etc. etc.
As 007 said in 'The Living Daylights' :
"I know a good restaurant in Karachi".
This luxurious (but inexpensive) Japanese gourmet temple has some of the best Nigiri Sushi i've ever eaten.
Favorite Dish: A huge Sushi platter for 6$. Do i need to say more?
Upmarket Chinese restaurant in the suburb of Clifton. Very popular with the upper class.
They have two menus, one with standard westernized Chinese food, and the other, only on demand, with authentic and more exotic dishes. Good selection of seafood.
Prices are high for Pakistan but the servings are HUGE.
We only ordered two dishes, but it was way too much for us, so we gave the rest to a crippled beggar on the street. I bet this was the best meal he had in his entire life.
Favorite Dish: King Prawns with cashew nuts.
The Khan Club is the most beautiful and luxurious hotel in Peshawar.
It's an old colonial place with a stylish tea room where you can treat yourself to a delicious Afghan meal and tea after a strenuous city exploration in Peshawar.
The so called "Food Street" in Lahore is a pedestrianized zone with nicely restored colonial buildings.
There are plenty of food stalls offering cheap and delicious local food. Most of them have tables on the street, so this a great place to spend an evening eating and people-watching.
This is a fun shopping area with ice creams,drinks and foods.
I liked this very much and enjoyed buying hair accesories and bangles.
Also there is a really cute duck pond in the middle of shopping areas and a childrens playground.
Favorite Dish: Apple drink freshly squeezed from apples.
The good thing about this place is that it is quite spacious and it offers large variety of foods to its visitors. This place is located in famous bazaar of lahore OLD ANARKALI.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish is CHICKEN SHEESH KABAB. They are cooked on an iron rod and they are served in a beautiful way.
Really cool authentic Pakistani / Indian / Mughlai restaurant with the best food and environment. The Prince roaming around gives a really dramatic feel and adds to the experience.
Favorite Dish: Fried Quail (Small Bird also called Batair)
THE RESTAURANT IS BUILT LIKE A FORT. AN ULTIMATE DINING EXPERIENCE. THE RESTAURANT OFFERS MUGHLAI, CHINESE, CONTINENTAL, BAR B QUE, SOUTH INDIAN AND LOCAL DELICACIES. THE RESTAURANT GIVES ALL THIS IN ITS WELL-LAID OUT BUFFET AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE, CHEAPER THN ITS COMPETITORS. THE QUALITY AND TASTE CAN BE JUDGED BY THE FACT THAT MOST FORENERS DO DINE AT THIS RESTAURANT AS AN IMPORTANT PART OF THEIR VISIT. THE RESTAURANT HAS THE PRESTIGE OF SERVING THE GOVRNOR, CHIEF OF STAFF OF ARMED FORCES, CHIEF MININTER BESIDES THE PRESIDENT OF THE COUNTRY.
Favorite Dish: AMONG MY FAVOURITE DISHES ARE FRIED PRAWNS, CHICKEN MALAI TIKKA, FRIED QUAILS, MASALA DOSSA, PALAK PANEER, AND MUTTON KALI MIRI. THE RESTAURANT SERVES A TOATL OF OVER 80 DISHES TO CHOOSE FORM. ALL AVAILABLE IN THE BUFFET. BESIDES TH ERESTAURANT ALSO SERVES, FRESH JUICES ALONG WITH MOCKTAILS. DESERT ARE THERE TOO ADD AN IMACULATE END TO YOUR DINING EXPERIENCE. OVER 20 DESERTS ARE INCLUDED IN THE BUFFET.
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