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9 milkshakes in Islamabad for when it’s too early for dessert

9 milkshakes in Islamabad for when it’s too early for dessert

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The heat of the summer calls for something that’s cold enough to quench your thirst, something that’s sweet enough to fulfill your cravings, and that something could only be milkshakes. Their easy recipe makes it possible to play around with their flavor in a way that they can taste like Nutella, plain vanilla, and everything in between. Conclusively, the frothy top of the ice-cold drink is what a perfect summer day is incomplete without.

We’ve curated a list of 9 milkshake places in Islamabad:

1. This chain is run by 3 cousins from Lahore

Juice Land (@juiceland_isb) came into being in 2015 when 3 cousins from Lahore decided to quit their day job and open a juice bar in Bahria Town, Islamabad. Initially, due to limited funds, they were working in a small space, making the juices themselves, and running the store alongside that. However, their business has grown over time and they now have 5 juice bars spread over Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

The juice bar serves 21 different flavors of milkshakes!

Their prices range from Rs.260 to Rs.400.

Click here to check them out!

Source: @juiceland_isb

2. This international chain was launched by 2 U.S. veterans

Baskin-Robbins’ (@baskinrobbinspk) is an international ice cream parlor chain that came into being in 1945 when Irv Robbins, an ice cream enthusiast and US military veteran, opened a shop in Glendale, California. Shortly after, his brother-in-law returned from WW2 and opened his ice cream parlor in Pasadena, California. The two decided to merge their businesses and with the flip of a coin, Baskin’s name got the billing.

Alongside customers being able to make their shakes with their favorite flavors, Baskin-Robbins offers 5 premium flavors.

Their prices range between Rs.600 and Rs.1,100.

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Source: @baskinrobbinspk

3. The owner of this food chain belongs to Faisalabad

Taimoor Ali, the founder of Juicito (@juicito_ph7), left his family business in Faisalabad to pursue his dream of having his own food chain. His focus, dedication, and love for food have resulted in 4 branches of Juicito spread over the twin cities. Their main focus is on providing premium, hygienic, and tasty food that fulfills their customer’s needs and wants.

They offer 14 different milkshake flavors such as strawberry banana milkshake.

Their milkshakes range between Rs.290 and Rs.380.

Click here to check them out!

Source: @juicito_ph7

4. This restaurant is owned by 3 electrical engineers

The Bistro (@thebistrodha) is run by 3 friends who are foodies, fathers, and Mark Weins fans. After completing their degrees in electrical engineering, the trio decided to open their restaurant in DHA because of the lack of quality food in Bahria and DHA. Their menu incorporates multiple different cuisines including Pakistani and Arabic to ensure that they have something in store for everyone. Customer care is their key area of focus and what sets them apart from other restaurants in the area.

Their milkshakes are made using ‘Mama’s Ice Cream’ or fresh fruit.

DM them for prices.

Click here to check them out!

Source: @thebistrodha

5. This ice cream parlor chain originated in Denmark

After being launched in Denmark, Manolo Pakistan (@manolo_gelato) saw an opportunity in the rapidly increasing frozen dessert industry and decided to take on the Pakistani market. Their ambition is to provide people with a healthy alternative to ice cream. The awareness that people now have about the health benefits of gelato has resulted in Manolo opening 17 branches across Pakistan.

Their shakes come in 30 different flavors such as New York Strawberry Cheesecake.

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Click here to check them out!

Source: manolo.com.pk

6. This is UK’s favorite dessert and gelato house

Kaspas Desserts (@kaspasdessertspk) is a UK-based ice cream parlor that aims to change the way people look at dessert. They offer gelatos, milkshakes, ice cream, crepes, sundaes, waffles, and smoothies. The brand focuses on providing customers with unforgettable experiences with family, and friends.

Their milkshakes come in multiple categories including ‘Chocolate Bar Milkshakes’, and ‘Tutti Frutti Milkshakes’.

Their prices range from Rs.750 to Rs.1,195.

Click here to check them out!

Source: @kaspasdessertspk

7. This outlet can always be found next to Tehzeeb

Tehzeeb Bakers (@tehzeeb.pk) dates back over 100 years and is a household name in Pakistan. It serves the finest baked goods ranging from cakes to bread and pizza. It is also well known for its packaged cookies, fresh salads, and much more. Safilo is a subsidiary of Tehzeeb and can always be found next to Tehzeeb’s outlets. It serves fresh juices, ice cream, milkshakes, and more.

Their milkshakes come in multiple flavors including those of seasonal fruits.

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Source: @safilo.pakistan

8. The only Pakistani fast-casual restaurant that offers handcrafted teas and eats

Chikachino (@chikachino_official) is well-known for its ambiance and desi snacks, especially chai. It is the only Pakistani restaurant chain that offers freshly-cooked street food around the clock. The restaurant offers chaats, wraps, parathas, and much more.

It offers 6 milkshake flavors including oreo.

The milkshakes can be purchased for Rs.399.

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Source: @chikachinoofficial12

9. This cafe was previously known as the Nutella Spot

People at Nocciola (@nocciolachocolaterie) are well aware of how difficult it is to pronounce ‘Nocciola’. This is why they recently filmed a video in which they asked a few people how to pronounce it and everyone got it wrong except the Italian Ambassador himself. The ice cream parlor serves all things Nutella ranging from Nutella-filled doughnuts to French toast.

They serve a milkshake called the volcano shake.

It is priced at Rs.1,050.

Click here to check them out!

Source: @nocciolachocolaterie
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