Why Karachi Rocks: Reason #9

I can’t believe I didnt think of this before – one of the greatest things about Karachi is the various cuisines you get at outlets dotting the city – and in particular Nimco Corner. Located at the corner of Bohri Bazar, this outlet serves the most scrumptious samosas, dahi baray, etc. Their papri and chaat masala are legendary, and no matter how far away you live or how much of a hassle it is to get there, Nimco Corner is one place that will satiate your taste buds like never before. Definitely a place that has no competition.

3 Comments so far

  1. Phil (unregistered) on July 13th, 2005 @ 12:07 am

    ever been to the nimco shops at the back of Clifton chowk? The rock! The Pak Nimco Shop and their Bhel Puris … ahahhaha!


  2. Zeeshan Salam D.D.S. (unregistered) on August 25th, 2005 @ 12:58 am

    Happen to see Dr.AtaurRahman’s interview recently. There is no doubt about his credibility.He is the minister of science and technology. It was pity to hear from his mouth that there is not a single university in Pakistan that can be called as universtiy. According to him they should change their names to colleges. Out of top 1000 universities, there is not a single Paki university.

    Reading his comments, I was wondering with such a standard of education we Pakistanis are one of the leading serving nation in United states in the field of medicine. You can imagine a person with such a background and a person who is being taught the best education in the world are competing at the same level and at times we are better than any other. I remembered Gen Musharaf’s address “we are the luckiest nation in the world, we have four seasons, rivers, people who are talented. Its the politicians that made us think that we are no where in the world.”

    I feel so proud to be a Pakistani.


  3. PECHS_wala (unregistered) on August 26th, 2005 @ 10:37 pm

    Despite all its woes, Karachi retains my vote for the coolest place on Earth. Naturally I am biased towards the city where I grew up. Had the most amazing time with family and friends. Went to some outstanding restaurants (and not forget some old time khokas) and literally OD’d myself on Mangoes. The flight back to the US was one of the most depressing experience I have encountered.



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