With the start of Ramadan, when talking about food, one cannot forget the moment of Iftar and its scrumptious food items. It marks the time when Muslims across the world break their fast, which they have kept from dawn to dusk by thanking Allah Almighty for His countless blessings.
If you are a foodie, and loves going out, then visiting food streets to get an authentic taste of the local cuisines is a must; especially if you’re talking about Iftar. The attraction about food street is that it offers a variety of local delights that will satiate everyone’s hunger.
In order to help you make the most of Iftar, here’s a list of famous food streets across the country where you can head out to in order to enjoy breaking your fast. These eateries include:
Sindhi Muslim, Karachi
Basically a roundabout, Sindhi Muslim has emerged as a popular spot for all the foodies out there. From the scrumptious BBQ items offered at Bundu Khan to mouth-watering burgers at The Sauce that are on the menu of various burger joints, the food street at Sindhi Muslim Society will certainly make you want to visit it over and over again.
Melody Food Street, Islamabad
Despite being recently opened, the Melody food street in the capital city of Pakistan has attracted a large number of people towards itself. It is located in the G-6 Markaz. You can enjoy a perfect Iftar with your friends and families, that too with some really amazing and easy on pocket deals.
Gawalmandi Food Street, Lahore
Situated in the cultural hub of Pakistan, the Gawalmandi Food Street is considered to be amongst the oldest food streets in the country. As one of the main attractions of Lahore, it was recently reopened on the insistence of the local public. While eating the various offerings of the place including paye, hareesa, haleem, murgh channay, etc. you can get a lovely scenic view of the old Lahore.
If you are a fan of Tikka and want to eat it at iftar, then visiting the Namakmandi in the city of Peshawar is a must for you. This food street is famous for its Tikka Karahi, whose aroma cannot be resisted by both foreign and local tourists. Apart from eating at any of the 30 Tikka shops which are situated at this food street, you can also explore the cultural aspect of Peshawar by exploring and enjoying scrumptious food at Namak Mandi.
So, what are you waiting for? Head over to these food streets and get that authentic taste of our food street culture by devouring mouthwatering meals with your loved ones.