From breakfast to dinner, in Islamabad.

Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan has known to be dry when it comes to food by rival food giants Lahore and Karachi. Thankfully, this has changed! This blog will elaborate a day in eating from one of the yummiest eateries in the city from dawn to dusk. Let’s begin.

Breakfast

Burning Brownie

This amazing coffee shop serves breakfast, desserts and amazing coffees. For breakfast my pick is a good old omelette which they managed to make so finger licking good, it deserves to be mentioned here. The omelette is beautifully cooked with cheese and spices served along with sausage, potatoes, bread and green salad to provide an uplifting way to start the day. This place is most preferable to me because of their excellent customer service, ambiance and taste compared to other eateries.

Lunch

Street Burger

After frantically searching for authentic, tasty and not heavy on the body or the pocket burger, Street Burger won my heart. ALL their burger are fantastic, ALL OF THEM. Excellent customer service.

Will not trade this experience for any other unless another joint manages to beat this eatery.

 

Snacks Cocoa Palette

Bumping into this small bakery and café has made life so much sweeter, and better. Their red velvet and chocolate cupcakes are a steal, at RS120, which is amazing. Chicken lasagne, chocolate mousse is also favourites among their other items too. So reasonably priced, but over reasonably tasty!

 

Dinner Yum Chinese and Thai

Hands down to the best Chinese in town. So good, so good, it is mind blowing. The restaurant is located in F7/-2, offers fresh food, without ajinomoto which complements the experience of eating and knowing we are not eating harmful Chinese salt. Their chicken chowmein is the star of the show, no other Chinese restaurant could replace it. Chicken fried rice, beef chilli dry and chicken with almonds are sophisticated in their own way.

So, what are you waiting for? Go and check out these super cool eateries unless you want your taste buds to miss out on some super yummy delicacies.

By: Fatima Baig

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