iftari at freddy’s

Iftari at Freddy’s. You can’t go there without a reservation, and they charge you for it, obviously.
The iftari itself was nice, but the dinner wasn’t. The chicken cheese shashlik is recommended in the iftari part of the buffet, but there wasn’t ONE thing in the dinner section that I’d recommend specially.
The chocolate cheese cake was soggy but amazing.
But it cost us 500 per person i think, was NOT worth that much.

9 Comments so far

  1. SmudgeStick (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 2:03 am

    main nay bhi khailna hay…


  2. Babar (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 2:51 am

    What on the earth does it mean to have dinner after aftari. Isnt aftari at dinner time? Or do people do aftari nowadays at lunch time?
    And where do you do between aftari and dinner? do you just sit and wait? Or do you start dinner just after aftari? If yes , then how do you differentiate when the aftari finished and when dinner statted?


  3. Opee (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 6:18 am

    Dinner is served 15-20 mins after the aftar time when the fast is broken. It all varies person to person//group to group//family to family what are their tradition and how hungry they are!

    *Mostly*, once people have finished with their aftari (which normally takes 15 mins), they do wazu and have maghrib namaz in some designated area within the restaurant. And have dinner once they are back. Other people may remain seated and enjoy drinks while the rest of the group (et al.) come back, etc.

    So how it goes.

    And I highly doubt that you are serious about your comments showing unknowingness regarding the norms of aftar parties at m.m.alam road restaurants?! :$ .. in any case, the answer goes above!

    Cheers :)

    So when the Lahore Metblog is gonna have the aftar party ?? :) tonite??


  4. maleeha (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 8:22 am

    just for the record, I like iftaari time at nando’s. They serve some nice onion rings and pakoras, as well as some lovely mixture…er i don’t know what to call it (i love free food)…it’s got yummy tidbits in a lovely sauce…including channas and capsicum and whatnot.


  5. Opee (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 2:34 pm

    i’ve started feeling roza after reading last comment :$ – so yummy to tummy!


  6. Haroon (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 6:45 pm

    I’d rather slaughter a beef steak or some chicken tikka than stuff my stomach with oily pakoras or onion rings. Just my opinion though :)


  7. maleeha (unregistered) on October 28th, 2005 @ 8:37 pm

    yes haroon, the dinner follows AFTER the free iftaari…and veggies won’t kill ya, y’know…


  8. Haroon (unregistered) on October 29th, 2005 @ 4:18 pm

    I’m more of a gosht khor! :D


  9. Robert (unregistered) on March 3rd, 2006 @ 4:35 am

    bfabrf kouk



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