Our Top Picks At This Year’s Karachi Eat!

OM NOM NOM! Being the foodies that we are, we wouldn’t skip the chance to devour on some great local and international cusines coming together at one place at this year’s Karachi Eat. Attended by a pool of people, this year’s Khi Eat was a massive HIT! We take this opportunity to give a shoutout…

OM NOM NOM! Being the foodies that we are, we wouldn’t skip the chance to devour on some great local and international cusines coming together at one place at this year’s Karachi Eat. Attended by a pool of people, this year’s Khi Eat was a massive HIT!
We take this opportunity to give a shoutout to all our favorite stalls that made our visit worth it!

Drty Dogs

This one was over crowded at all times and for all the right reasons! The Mexican drty dog we tried really killed it!. The right flavours, right sauces and the perfect crunch.

Sweet Greens
The Red Chilli Tacos were something we knew we had to stop for but the Drunken Noodles by Sweet Greens were OUT OF THIS WORLD!!! The tangy flavour paired with on-point dressing elevated it to one of our favorites at this year’s Karachi Eat.

Saniya’s Kitchen
Chicken Khowsey by Saniya’s Kitchen was another delight we liked a lot. Loved the condiments it was paired with especially the red chilli chutney.

Happy Donut
Satisfied our sweet tooth with the Nutella Donuts here. Super gooey and moist! Major Yum.

Khicdi Express
Made especially for the food festival, The Khichdi Thaal was a new and a refined take on the basic khichdi entree garnished to perfection with spices and corns.

Basic
This budding eatery was serving sweet and savoury baos we wholeheartedly loved, the bun was soft and the flavours were striking the right balance.

Yoshi’s
Ebaiyaki at Yoshi’s was the one big stop for all the shrimp lovers out there. Delicious shrimp balls served with some perfect dressings proved to be a great treat.

Chipseez
These mini blue sliders caught our eye at the food festival as well. We always love a little drama going on so we HAD to try these!

Burmese Bowls
Easy to handle, easy to love! The Khao-Samosa shots were a flavor burst once they entered our mouth, plus the coconut sauce really won us over.

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#Repost @girlgottaeat_ with @make_repost ใƒปใƒปใƒป Karachi Eat – Day 1 ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ . a quick summary of everything i tried today! โœŒ๐Ÿป – Singaporean Rice by @saniyaskitchen. Before you judge me, let me explain. No other stall was open by even 4:30 so this ended up being our first pick. ๐Ÿ™ˆ Not bad though, but nothing extraordinary either. We just opted for it because i have already tried the khousuey numerous times. – Khao-samosa Shots by @burmesebowlskhi – Okay this was interesting and definitely qualifies as โ€˜festival foodโ€™. It was bite sized and promised a burst of flavour in a โ€œshotโ€. The samosa itself was very tangy and spicy and when gulped with the coconut curry sauce, i think it was a good appetiser. A shot was Rs 70. – Haryali Prawns by @portsidefood. My friends said these were grilled to perfection but wished they could have added more sauce. A serving was Rs 350. – Chili Cheese Dogs and Shackster by @thecheesyboyspk turned out to be my favourite find from Day 1. The buns were so soft, the sauce-meat ratio perfect. Recommended. – Sour Cream and Onion Patties from @hobnob.official. The taste is garlic-y and if you always get the Sour Cream & Onion flavour in chips then you will enjoy this for sure. Rs 120. – Glazed Donuts from @odonutpk. I actually tried two flavours: Glazed and Nutella but thought the glazed ones were so much more fluffier and fresh. – Alpha Nuggets with Poutine from @thenuggettown. This is also one of the busier stalls at KhiEat. Definitely a combination I enjoyed. You can also get their nuggets with mac n cheese just be prepared to wait a bit. – Dirty Korean from @drty.dogs was a great try too. ๐ŸŒญOne can never have too many hot dog options but I like how people are thinking about using better ingredients than what is commercially available at the moment, esp with bread and sausages. – Buttermilk Bao Bun from @pantrykhi. Pantry actually has a very interesting menu. I tried their Buttermilk Bao Bun, Grilled Cheese and Lamb Pockets. If you are a meat lover then opt for the Lamb Pockets first. . Sidenote: Going to a festival can be stressful and windy af so go with friends and layers. ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ

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Sweet Escape
Seems like we weren’t the only ones ending the day with cotton candy!

Click here for another foodie review we did in the recent past!

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