Best chicken malai boti in town? You decide!
A couple of years ago, when most of the people in my group were single, one of the places we used to visit on a regular basis was Zameer Ansari Kabab House, near Bahadurabad. The attraction of that place was its melt-in-your-mouth, delicious chicken malai boti. At that time, I remember that it cost Rs. 80 per plate, and was barely enough for one person. A little expensive considering these type of places, but worth every last paisa.
Fast forward a couple of dozen months, and most of us are married, with barely enough time to give to our wives, let alone go out regularly with friends to kabab houses. What is a chicken malai boti connoisseur with too little time on his hands to do?
I have now discovered that there is a place right near my house which sells the most amazing chicken malai boti I have ever had. This place is called Dehli Kababish, and I am attaching a map with this post. It’s pretty easy to get there, as it is in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Block 16, near Masjid Baitul Mukarram.
I was already a fan of their chicken tikka and gola kabab, but the chicken malai boti takes the cake. It is every bit as good as Zameer Ansari’s, if not better. The chicken tikka is one of the best I have had in Karachi. The whole menu is reasonably priced, and the food is always good. Beware though, that this is a roadside stall, so it is better for takeaway rather than dine in, if you are with family. Right now, with the chicken prices soaring sky high, you can get a chicken tikka for Rs. 65, and a plate of chicken malai boti for Rs. 90.
Next time you are in the same neighborhood or whereabouts, do try it and tell me your comments.