5 MUST VISIT FOOD SPOTS FOR STREET FOOD IN LAHORE!!

If you wanna eat the best, visit a restaurant, if you wanna beat the best, visit a street food.

If you happen to be a die hard street food lover who just cannot resist the urge of digging into roadside delights, then we are here to guide you the best street food spots in Lahore. I am sure after reading this you would want to try all the spots in a same day as each place has its own addiction and unique offerings. You don’t have to visit food spots in androon lahore. Exited to know which places in Lahore I will be introducing you for street food?

MASTANI:

Located in Blue Mall on M M Alam Road, Mastani is a takeaway setup offering delicious street food. I am a sucker for street food; any day, anytime and that love for street food took me to this place. Tried Vada Pav, Anda Shami, papri chaat, gujrati puri & Hot Chocolate. The gujrati puri and vada pav were clear winners. Everything I tried tasted delicious. Honestly its worth trying.

GULLY BITES:

It is located in Gulberg close to liberty market. A small place with catchy vibrant interior offering both dine in and takeaway. Tried some of the items from the menu; garlic mayo fries, chikna cheese kebab, chicken chatpatta roll, chicken malai roll, anda shami burger and karak chai. The names of the items are also very unique and catchy. We enjoyed every bit of the food. The paratha rolls were too good with a generous filling of chicken and creamy sauce served with mint and imli chutnies. They have limited sitting but when it comes to food who cares about these petty things. Definitely worth trying!

Gully Bites


SARRAK KINAREY:

Sarrak Kinarey offers the most tempting street food that will definitely pull you for a bite. Mostly street foods are deemed to be not so healthy but scrumptious and flavorful. Here at sarrak kinarey the food is extremely hygienic & delicious. It is a street style dhaba in DHA with a modern-desi twist offering great variety of yummilicious street food like chai, paratha, chaat, golgappay & burgers at reasonable prices. Tried Bano bazaar ka bun plaster, anda shami, sajji, malai boti with lachha parathas. The food tasted really good and had a perfectly authentic taste. Loved every bit of it. Perfect place to hangout with friends and family.


JUNOONI MITHAI AND CHATKHARA:

It is an extension of the famous Junoon restaurant offering premium mithais and chatkharaydaar street food. Amongst all the five food spots mentioned, this is the only place that has ludoo pithi on the menu too. We tried samosa, papri chaats, golgappay, ludoo pithi and karak chai. Having scrumptious street food on a beautiful well lit rooftop was a next level enjoyment.


KARAK KHEL:

Nothing beats hot, aromatic chai with a layered paratha dripping with desi makhan on a chilly, winter evening. Karak khel is one such place where you would find a variety of chai and street food such as bun plaster, anda shami, chaats, jalebis, samosas. A perfect place for chai lovers. The famous smoke-infused chai comes with an entire experience of its own: one like you’ve never had it before. They have one branch in Gulberg and the other in Bankers Society phase 1 (near Sui Gas Society).

Ambreen Jamal

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