5 Must Visit Places for Lahori Nashta

Duaa Naseem3 months ago
5 Must Visit Places for Lahori Nashta

As we all know Lahore and food are synonyms. If you are a lahori, food is all you think about. It is also hailed as the food capital of Pakistan. Lahore has some great food options from Desi to Asian to continental to amazing street food but what all lahoris are crazy about is the hardcore desi Nashta.

Phajjay Kay Paye

Phaja siri paye temple road - Restaurant in Lahore

Paye is a well-known traditional dish in Lahore that is typically consumed for breakfast Hot steaming Paye with Fresh Tandoori naam, A heavenly combination but where to find the best paye in Lahore is the real question.

Well, we have the answer. Situated in Heera Mandi Lahore’s Red Light Area. Paye is prepared in the traditional and elegant manner. There is no component of the goat that can match the taste of Paye, which is incredibly unique. For almost fifty years, Phaja dey Paya, located next to Badshahi Mosque, has been an authentic emblem of Lahore. Simple but generous hospitality in Lahore.

On a chilly morning, a platter of warm paye accompanied by freshly baked kulchas is the perfect breakfast you can have. You can savor the flavors of Lahore’s culinary heritage while immersing themselves in a visually captivating environment.

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Capri

Halwa Poori is something which everyone enjoys. The best Halwa Pooris in Lahore are at:

Capri Nashta in Lahore - Halwa Poori

The Liberty Capri restaurant which is located across from the Capri Cinema. Without a doubt, one of Lahore’s best places for breakfast is this one. You should go to Capri for a true Lahori breakfast. Their signature light pooris with rich spicy channa Aalu curry and yummy halwa with a big glass of lassi can be the highlight of your weekend.

Lakshmi Chowk Hareesa

Lakshmi Chowk Hareesa

Hareesa, a hidden gem in Lahore, is celebrated for its specialty – the slow-cooked, creamy Hareesa. The restaurant’s design reflects its commitment to preserving the city’s cultural identity. Hareesa not only serves a soul-warming dish but also provides a setting that transports diners to an old era, allowing them to appreciate the rich history of Lahore. It is also know as Haleem’s stepsister. Located near Lakshmi Chowk on Nisbat Street, this two-story building isn’t the most opulent or clean, but they do serve some delicious hareesa that is ideal for a Sunday. Hareesa is mostly combined with naans but some lahoris prefer in lunch with rice too like Haleem chawal.

Muhammadi Nihaari

Muhammadi Nihaari

If you are a meat lover, Nihari can be your go to breakfast. Rich curry with fatty meat topped with nalli is what a good nihari is described as. You can enjoy the greasiest meal in Lahori cuisine, the renowned red beef nihari from Mohammadi Nihari Mozang Chowk. For the dressing, finely sliced ginger, lemon, and coriander leaves are also served. In addition to having food that is truly flavourful, it’s also the ideal place to find real Lahori nashta. Muhammadi Nihari now has branches in defence too which are way more cleaner but they can’t beat the old branches because that is the true essence of Lahore.

Goggay Kay Channay

Goggay Kay Channay

Naan Chanay is one of the most loveable combinations. It is best for people who don’t like heavy pooris. Gogga offers a variety of channas including simple channay, murgh channay and anda channay. They are served with naan and chapatis.

These places are a must visit if you are planning a trip to Lahore or live there. But one thing don’t forget to go easy on your stomach.

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