Our Featured Meals
Karahi is one of the best of all Pakistani food, and is dear to the hearts of all Pakistanis.
Haleem is an incredibly hearty dish made with a combination of barley, local wheat varieties, and chana (chickpeas). This dish shows the influence on Pakistan that comes from the Middle East, and people have been enjoying Haleem here for centuries.
If there’s one special Pakistani food breakfast that loved by all, it would have to be halwa puri.
For a classic meal of Punjab cuisine it would be mandatory to include at least one dish with mutton – and its likely to be a korma curry – just as beautiful as the one you see here.
In the Urdu language, Paya simply means ‘legs,’ and this happens to be one of the greatest of all Pakistani foods.
Biriyani can often look like a dish of Pulao, but from the start the two are actually quite different. Pulao has all of its ingredients fried together in oil (mixing all the flavors in each bite), whereas each spoonful of steamed biriyani can be unique (ingredients are separate).
Chapli kebab is not only best of all Pakistani food, but it’s one of the world’s greatest foods.
Sajji can include many types of meat, but usually it’s made with chicken. The artful tactics used in display do a great job in advertising for the grill-master. If you’re like me, you may find yourself being drawn over in a trance, floating from across the street.
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