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Lahore Street Food

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Food Street in Gawalmandi, Lahore is a centre of traditional Pakistani food. The site is surrounded by centuries-old buildings and places like landa Bazaar, Mayo Hospital and Baansan-wala Bazaar. The food street is open to traffic in the morning but as the sun sets, the street is closed to motorized vehicles. Hungry visitors arrive and stay till very late at night, enjoying some of the best local food available in Lahore. It is one of the unique tourist attractions in Lahore. It is open 24/7, except during Ramadan where food is not served during the day time. Food can be ordered from any shop while sitting at one place.

The traditional Kashmiri-Persian architecture can still be seen, used extensively in buildings surrounding that place.

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  • Hareesa
  • Chicken tikka
  • Chicken Karahi
  • Daal Chawal
  • Biryani
  • Phajje ke Paye
  • Haleem
  • Seekh kabab
  • Peshawari Chappal Kabab

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  • Taka Tuk
  • Chargha
  • Fried fish
  • Halwa Poori
  • Falooda
  • Qawah
  • Green tea/Kashmiri Subz Chai (Green Tea)
  • Lassi
  • Nihari

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  • Samosa
  • Katlama
  • Baraf ka Gola
  • Murgh Chanay
  • Sardar ki machli
  • Kheer
  • Fruit Chaat
  • Dahi Bhalley
  • Paan

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