Lahore, should you be curious, is a food-lover's paradise. The traditional North Indian cuisines (your biryanis and your karahis and whatnot) get augmented with Sindhi and Pashtun varieties of preparation and serving. Various streets and muhallahs (neighborhoods) are famous for various types of foods. I didn't sample anything, this trip. The most daring I got was an order of Halwa Puri for breakfast which did not agree with me. At all.
The streets of Lahore teem with vendors. There is always the corn guy in front of the school, the kulfi guy at the corner, the channa/dal guy, the sugarcane guy, the milk-with-almonds guy, and the fruit guy.
I didn't partake from any of them. I was at home, busy with the wedding. Here is my lovely mother doing her usual lunches (I kid) and the bride and groom (on Mehndi night) hoping to get some food.
Atlanta is happy to see that the bridge and groom have the good sense to wash the good food down with bottles of coca-cola!
er, that should be "bride", shouldn't it?
So what was the wedding reception menu??! I like the groom's dupatta...
...but this one made me hungry. Great shot of the lovely couple; I concur with dk.
Re: "I didn't sample anything, this trip. The most daring I got was an order of Halwa Puri for breakfast which did not agree with me. At all." What a wuss. You, sir, are a traitor.
Easy to hurl challenges from afar, sir. I don't see you eating a qatlamah from shahlemi.
Oh my Allah its soooooo nice. bus Lahore yad aa gaya. Allah Pakistan ko hamesha salamat rakhay. AAAmeeen.
i love pakistan.lahore food. i miss evrey thing now me in dubai....but lahore ...lahore ha
Assalam O Alaikum, Bhai keya yad dela deya Munh main pani ageya Main Pakistan say bahar reh raha hoon. Apne des ki qadar pardes main aatee hay Allah Hafiz