Top 5 dishes in Karachi, Pakistan
Instagram food enthusiast, Feast Karachi (@feastkarachi), is a keen traveller who’s been blogging about Pakistan’s coastal city for around two years.
Just shy of 30k followers, this food blogger gives us a low down on Karachi’s top 5 dishes.
Jawaneh Kusbara by Zaatar is a modern spin on a traditional Lebanese Dish. Chicken Lollipops are fried before being doused in a garlic lemon sauce that’s worth a try for sure!
The restaurant itself uses fresh ingredients, with a Lebanese chef at the helm, and an owner who has also lived in both Lebanon and Egypt.
The Melt Burger by The Melt has set the bar high for burgers in Karachi, as it has some high quality ingredients that come together beautifully to guarantee leaving your taste buds satisfied!
Artichoke and Spinach Dip from Koel Cafe has mastered this type of dip perfectly and no other eatery has been able to recreate this creamy dip as beautifully as Koel.
Served with Kulcha Naan, this dip is well worth the price!
Babamoo’s Enchilada is delicious, homey and generously stuffed, blanketed under a well seasoned sauce that is enough for two people.
Babamoo was the first restaurant to start serving jacket potatoes in this city, with the above being just one of many specialities.
Meat the Cheese has taken the city by a storm ever since it launched the Mushroom and Cheese Fries; and now everyone (including me) cannot get enough of this dish!
The irony here is that Meat the Cheese’s founder, Mustafa Totana, is also the founder of a fitness bootcamp called Fitin5!
With a venue in Lahore too, this is also the brand that started the Raclette cheese trend in said city.