Near NBAD, New Airport Road , Mushrif , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-4431848
050-5428523

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Opposite Municipality Garage , Al Muroor , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-4493916

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, Deira , Dubai, UAE

04-2340999

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Opposite Al Wahda Sport Club, Defence Road , Al Wahda , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-6417210

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, Mussaffah , Abu Dhabi, UAE

055-4345458

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Near Hamid Center , Electra Road , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-6331079

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Behind Eldorado Cinema , Al Markaziya , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-6782973

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, Al Markaziya , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-6775628

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Behind Modern Bakery, Nadicia , Tourist Club Area , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-6721648

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Al Ahrar Hotel, Opposite Naif Police Station , Naif , Dubai, UAE

600522554

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Pakistani Restaurants

Quite a large number of traditions and regional cooking methods have come to modify and enhance the Pakistani cuisine of today. It is rich with flavor and offers some of the best amalgams of taste that promises to offer our taste buds one of the greatest experiences it has ever had. The diversity of Pakistan is reflected in its cuisine, which varies by a great extent from one region to another and offering a subtle flow between the ethnicities and the cultures that dominate the subwhich is the continent. When it comes to Eastern part of Pakistan the dishes tend to be quite spicy owing to the practice of using a high amount of spices, a practice that makes the Pakistani cuisine quite similar to the cuisines of the Northern part of India. On the other hand when it comes to the other parts of Pakistan, like Khyber, Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan the food being prepared involves the use of quite an array of aromatic spices which are quite mild, and the use of oil in these places too is quite less, and the cuisine of these parts of Pakistani is influenced by the neighboring cuisines of Afghanistan, Central Asia and Iran. When it comes to the Pakistani cuisine and major part of it is made up of dishes of the international cuisine and of fast foods which are prepared by various blends between local and foreign recipes. Some of the most renowned Pakistani fusion recipes include the Pakistani Chinese fusion cuisine which has had quite a large impact on the Pakistani cuisine and has thus contributed a large number of dishes to the cuisine. The meal habits of Pakistan are quite similar to that of the Indian food habits and there are a total of three meals a day. The breakfast, the lunch and the dinner and one of the habits unique to the Pakistani manner of eating, which has resulted in the addition of a new dish, is that of consuming green tea without any sugar in it. The tea is usually consumed with accompaniments of baked snacks or at times even fried snacks. As a result the choices when it comes to the Pakistani cuisine have been added with a unique beverage and quite a host of snacks. A signature Pakistani breakfast consist of eggs, roti, a slice of a loaf of bread, qeema, lassi, tea sheermal, parathas, mangoes, apples, bananas, and melons. Some of the other major components of the breakfast dishes that one might find in a Pakistani cuisine includes butter, kebab, shami kebab, nuts and Jam and in some cases even baked goods like rusk and bakarkhani and during weekends some other elaborate dishes like the halwapoori, chick peas, mustard leaves, maakiki roti which is the corn bread, katcahpuri and paya are the signature Pakistani breakfast dishes. The lunch dishes that one comes across in Pakistani dishes are without doubt one that includes curries, meat curries, rice or lentils.In certain cases, the lunch dishes might also include naan or roti which is usually consumed before dinner. Some of the popular lunch dishes in the Pakistani cuisine include the meat and potato curry which is known as the aloogosht, and usually includes dishes made out of mutton and vegetables. When it comes to chicken the popular Pakistani dishes include the Chicken korma and the Chicken Karahi. Sometimes the lunch is kept simple with just a dish of lentils and roti, or the equivalent of the chapathis with the stews. There are also selections of fish dishes that are considered to be the signature Pakistani lunch dishes. The dinner dishes in the Pakistani cuisine include savory dishes like the qeema, the korman, the lofte and the pulato. In some Pakistani cuisine choices even lentils are served, and are either served with roti or nan. Youghurt, pickle and salads are of often used as the accompaniments for the dishes and following dinner there is usually a selection of fresh fruit or dessert dishes like the rasmalai, the shahitukray, the gajraila and the kheer. The Pakistani cuisine is host to a wide range of dishes and the selection of Pakistani snacks is quite diverse, and consists of chana masala, Pakora, chaat, bhala and the papadum. The various types of pakoras and other snacks include the kahatchapuri, the neempakoras, samosas, chicken pakras, the egg samosa, the vegetable samosas and also nuts like pine nuts and pistachios. Kebabs are one of the most typical Pakistani dishes and the list of kebabs that are usually found in the Pakistani cuisine includes Seekh kebab which is a long skewer of beef mixed with herbs and seasonings Takes its name from the skewer, the Shami kebab which is a Shami kebab is a small patty of minced beef or chicken and ground chickpeas and spices, Chapli kebab which is a spiced, tangy round kebab made of ground beef and cooked in animal fat and also aspecialitydish, the Chicken kebab which is a popular kebab that is found both with bone and without, lamb kebab which is the all lamb meat kebab that is is usually served in the shapes of cubes, the Bihari kebab which is the skewer of beef mixed with herbs and seasoning, the Shashlikwhich is the Grilled baby lamb chops usually from the leg and marinated in most cases, the Bun kebab which is the kebab sandwich, the Shawarmawhich is usually a kebab or lamb strips in a naan with chutney and salad, the Tikka kebab which is a kebab that is composed of beef, lamb or chicken, cut into cubes, marinated with a yogurt blend and grilled on coals, the Boti kebab which is a kebab made from fillet of meat and is popular in Multan which is marinated with green papaya to help tenderize the meat. Being a major consumer of rice, the Pakistani cuisine includes quite a hoard of rice dishes like the yakhnipulao to which meat and stock are mixed whichcreates a brown colouredrice, and the matarpulaowhich is a type ofPulao made with peas , the mash pulao which is a sweet and sour pulao baked with mung beans, apricots and bulghur.