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Lahori Kulfi

Lahori Kulfi

All the kulfis sold in Abbottabad are Lahori

Bundu Khan’s ‘Custumers’

Bundu Khan's 'Custumers'

Revisiting Lahore at DAWN Lifestyles

Of all the exciting attractions at this year’s Dawn ‘All About Lifestyles’ Exhibition, the most enriching is a gallery display of about 100 different epic photographs from Lahore’s past.

Lahore Revisited at Dawn Lifestyles Exhibition

Lahore Revisited at Dawn Lifestyles Exhibition

‘Revisiting Lahore A Photographic Journey’ comprises of a rare collection of the city’s history from F.S. Aijazuddin’s book titled ‘Lahore Recollected’. So, if you want to revive your nostalgia about Lahore as it used to be, vow not to miss it.

Dawn Lifestyles features display of consumer and commercial products by leading local and multinational brands. In addition to autograph and book signing sessions with eminent authors at “Books & Authors” pavilion, visitors can also enjoy an “All Breed Championship Dog Show”, a “Paintball competition” and tantalizing specialties at the Food Court.

The exhibition kicked off today and will continue up to 10 pm Sunday evening tomorrow. Like every year the venue remains Fortress Stadium’s Inner Ground.

Here’s to a fun-filled family weekend for all Lahoris to enjoy!

Student Biryani – Now in Lahore

Student Biryani, started as a roadside dhabha in downtown Karachi, had lately grown into a chain of fancy outlets with several thousand customers walking in every day. Recently they have started an outlet in Lahore too. Go here for a detailed review.

Cozy, Crunchy Winter Scene:January ’09

Lahore's Main Market


A dry fruits stall overspilling with crunchy winter goodies in Gulberg’s Main Market.

Eating Out in Lahore

Can anyone point out where in Lahore is this eating out arrangement?

Bon appetit…

If you’re low on budget and time and are hungry – fear no more. Go to block G market besides LUMS and grab a malai cheese roll paratha from Karachi bar b q and a meetha pan from Jaidi pan shop.

That’s the best 122 Rs. one can spend on good quality food in Lahore.

Bhayya ke kabab

It is quite easy to get addicted to the Bhayya ke kabab. Amazing in taste but there is one downside – You will never like the regular seekh kababs once you have tried these. Read more here.

Butt Karahi

There is absolutely no way you can make a heavenly taste like butt karahi at the convenience of your home. You have to move your ass to Lakshmi Chowk to feel the real deal. The picture above shows a desi murgh that was standing right next to me, alive .. and in all of its glory, around half an hour before I took this picture. However cruel it may sound, this means it is FRESH. The degree of yumminess is unbeaten. Read the full review at this link.

Lahore observes Ramzan




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