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7 different cuisines to try for iftar this Ramadan, in Karachi

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7 different cuisines to try for iftar this Ramadan, in Karachi

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Karachi has always had a thriving food scene. The bustling city has never had a shortage of restauranteurs. That’s probably why Karachi easily takes the crown for the city with the most diverse cuisine in Pakistan. This Ramadan, Karachites should take the opportunity to explore everything that Karachi has to offer, by ordering something exciting and new, every day for iftar.

Here are 7 businesses that will help your palette tour the world.

1. These toaster waffles are perfect for sehri.

Wowffles by Sam (@wowfflesbysam) is perfect for when you’re looking for the quick sehri fix. Thes specialize in homemade frozen waffles, ina variety of flavors. Just pop a waffle in the toaster and voila, you have a complete sehri in no time.

Their flavors include Cinnamon and Choco Chip in their sweet selection and pizza waffles in savory.

Their Ramzan box is for Rs. 1,500 for an assorted 15 waffles .

Click here to order now.

2 Mexican fusion food from Leelees by Newberry.

If you’re craving a Mexican food for iftar, you’re in luck. Leelees by Newberry (@leeleesbynewberry) is a start-up from home that specializes in a variety of Mexican fusion dishes. They have a range of tacos, mexican inspired burgers and more.

A typical meal at Leelees can cost around Rs. 550 to 1,000.

Click here to order now.

3. Mediterranian Cusine from the Rotisserie House.

Nothing can compare to the Rotisserie House’s (@therotisereehousepk) succulent Roasted chickens. Pair them up with their creamy hummus and a variety of sides and you have yourself a perfect middle eastern iftar. This home-based food business will have you addicted in no time.

An entire roast chicken can cost around Rs. 1,500.

Click here to order now.

4 Japanese cuisine from Sushi Nuk.

Ordering sushi for iftar can seem counter-intuitive, but you need to give this home based kitchen, started by a professional sushi chef, a chance. Karachi offers the freshest produce the ocean has to offer and Sushi Nuk (@sushinuk) does the best job of celebrating it, with their delicious sushi. This protein-packed iftar will keep you satiated all throughout your Taraweeh.

A typical sushi platter can cost around Rs. 1,500.

Click here to order now.

5. Lebanese food from Chef’s Door.

Chef’s door (@chefs_door) has special iftar platters with unique Lebanese goodies for everyone to enjoy. They have special bread’s with zaatar, falafels and scrumptious dips that will instantly transport you to Beirut.

A Ramadan platter will typically cost you around Rs.

Click here to order now.

6. Syrian Food with Hanan’s Healthy Kitchen.

This homegrown eatery is introducing traditional syrian dishes to Pakistan. Hanan’s Healthy Kitchen (@hanan_healthy_kitchen) have amazing platters with Hummus and Mutabbal, traditional Syrian mains and finger licking desserts. They even introduced a special Ramadan menu with special filo pastry goodies and dips to rival the traditional samosay and kachoris.

A typical meal can cost around Rs. 1,000.

Click here to order now.

7. Mixed Cusine from Backyard Bowls.

For a unique iftar experience every day, you need to try out the iftar menu at Backyard Bowls (@backyardbowls). They’ve curated a diverse menu for a variety of global cuisines, with a different selection every day. Try their tantalizing Korean bao on Monday, Turkish shish-kebab on Tuesday and Japanese teriyaki balls on Wednesday.

A single day iftar costs Rs. 750, but you can also get a week’s subscription at Rs. 3,500.

Click here to order now.

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