Food Streets & Places to Eat in Lahore

Food is probably Lahoris’ first love. The people born in Lahore know very well that Lahore is the Foodistan of Pakistan. Lahore is known for its two important things, one is the garden and the second is the food. In Pakistan, a food street is a street designated for eating out. The food street is lined with food stalls, restaurants and other food stores. Click here to see Best Desi Food Restaurants in Lahore.

1. MM Alam Road

MM Alam road is a major road in Lahore. M. M Alam Road is home to a variety of flamboyant restaurants in modern Lahore. Therefore, Some of the famous and expensive cafes are Cafe Aylanto, La Atrium, Burger Hub, Nando’s, Freddy’s Cafe, Ziafat, Village, BBQ Tonight, Jammin Java Cafe, Espresso and many more.

Cafe Aylanto has become a name that stands for high-quality cuisine and refined sophistication. Cafe Aylanto promises an extraordinary culinary sensation experience. Therefore, The services are Takes Reservations, Walk-Ins Welcome, Good For Groups, Take Out, Delivery, Catering and Waiter Service. Many big celebrities visit this place.

La Atrium is an Italian cafe. It offers a perfect ambiance to cherish the family time, enjoy the gathering of friends or to host a huge meticulous business dinner. The restaurant’s absolute diner aurora carries an expansive and blissfully decorated children’s play area. LaAtrium is lavishly equipped with seating for its 120 guests set in its gilded interior, while the entire space is equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi facilities.

Freddy’s is one of the more expensive options on M.M. Alam, However, it has a reputation for serving excellent food. The atmosphere is classy and guests usually dress semi-formally.     

2. Gawalmandi Food Street

Food Street in Gawal Mandi is a hub of traditional Pakistani food. The site is surrounded by ancient buildings and places such as the landa bazaar, the Mayo Hospital and the Baansan-wala Bazaar. The food street is open to traffic in the morning, but when the sun goes down, the street is closed to motorized vehicles. Hungry visitors arrive and stay until late at night, enjoying some of Lahore’s best local cuisine. It is one of Lahore’s most distinctive tourist attractions. It is open 24/7 except during Ramadan where no food is served during the day. Food can be ordered in any store while sitting in one place.

The food street of Gawal Mandi worked for a few years but got problems from the local residents living in the food street. It became very difficult for them to commute to and from their own homes. Many of them had started to protest against that initiative. The Shahi Qila Food Street has undoubtedly become the most interesting place for foodies. Thousands of visitors enjoy dining here with an extraordinary alfresco dining experience.

One can enjoy B.B.Q, Haleem, Lassi, Gool Gapay, Fried Fish, Biryani, even any desi or Chinese dish one could wish for. After dinner, people don’t forget to enjoy a walk in the Shahi Qila. Therefore, The entrance through the Roshni gate is open all day and night for visitors to enjoy the enchanting atmosphere for Shahi Qila, Badshah Masjid, and Baradari. Therefore, You can enjoy riding on the Horse-Bagghi.

3. Fort Road Food Street

Fort Road Food Street is a food street on Fort Road. It was inaugurated by Hamza Shahbaz Sharif on 21 January 2012, partly to replace Gawalmandi Food Street and serve as a new food hub. Therefore, This is run by the provincial government of Punjab. It is equipped with 16 trash cans and garbage bags provided by Lahore Waste Management Company.

The food street is known for its authentic Lahori cuisine. It is located near the Roshnai Gate in the Walled City of Lahore, which offers a view of the Badshahi Mosque and the historic district of Lahore. Therefore, It is home to Coco’s Den.

4. Lakshmi Chowk

Lakshmi Chowk, also known as Maulana Zafar Ali Chowk, is located at the intersection of Mall Road and Abbott Road. The chowk is named after the culturally significant Lakshmi building that stands nearby.

A Gourmet Destination: Before Gawalmandi and the New Food Street and much before the chic restaurants and cafes of MM Alam Road, Lakshmi Chowk was the ultimate foodie destination in Lahore. Favorites include Butt Karahi, Lasani Restaurant, Murgh Chanay, Tabaq, which have attracted generations of Lahoris thanks to the desi fare they serve such as the taka tak, liver, gizzard and haleem.

5. Mini Food Street near Liberty Market

The market is right next to Gulberg College for Women and Gulberg Park. It opens at dawn and continues to entertain people until dusk. People from different classes visit the market mainly to eat paratha bread or pans. However, some of them also get the chance to eat other traditional foods like nihari, haleem, chaney, chicken etc. The market consisted of only a few pan shops and a few small hotels serving the working class that was present in the Liberty Market and the nearby offices a few years ago.

The place has become so famous that people now call it a mini food street, located in the heart of Gulberg. This place offers the residents of Muslim Town, Garden Town, Shah Jamal, Shadman, Jail Road, Cantonment, Defense, Gulberg, Johar Town, Model Town and many other nearby places to enjoy paratha buns and pans.

You can discover more eateries and many more places in Lahore city on Locally Lahore app. Therefore, Locally, Lahore is a must-have app that lets you explore Lahore and hide all the sights. It gives you information about the latest events and happenings in Lahore.

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