Sehri & Iftar Deals in town this Ramadan

AVARI TOWERS
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 799 + Tax (Poolside)
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 950 + Tax (Sky Grill)
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 899 + Tax (Asia Live)
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 699 + Tax (Khorshed Mahal for Corporate Groups)

Avari Towers will donate 100 Rupees from each Iftar sold to several nominated Charities.

MARRIOTT HOTEL
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 950 + Tax (Poolside)
SEHRI: Rs. 500 + Tax (Nadia Café)

PEARL CONTINENTAL HOTEL
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 850 + Tax (Poolside)
SEHRI: Rs. 550 + Tax (Marco Polo)

SHERATON HOTEL
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 825 + Tax (Special Set-up in the Parking Area)
SEHRI: Rs. 550 + Tax (Cozmo until the 10th of Ramadan; Fanoos after the 10th)

CHINA TOWN
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 499 + Tax

JADE GARDEN
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 438 + Tax

CAFE 9
RAMADAN SPECIAL: Buy One Platter, Get 1 Free (Choice of 3)

CAFE ZOUK
IFTAR PLATTER: Rs. 179 + Tax
RAMADAN SPECIAL: Buy One Dinner, Get 1 free

EVOLUTION
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 309 + Tax

KAHVA
IFTAR PLATTER: Free
RAMADAN SPECIAL: Buy One Dinner, Get 1 free

LE GRAND
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 489 + Tax

OLÉ
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 590 + Tax

ROASTERS
IFTAR & BUFFET: Rs. 795 + Tax

LA TERRASSE
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 799 + Tax

CHATKHARAY
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 480 + Tax

MUGHALE AZAM
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 350 + Tax

CAFÉ AYLANTO
IFTAR PLATTER & DINNER MENU: Rs. 795 + Tax

BBQ TONIGHT
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 650 Including Tax

LAL QILA
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 690 Including Tax
DINNER ONLY BUFFET: Rs. 550 Including Tax (Beginning at 9:30)

REVOLVING RESTAURANT
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 580 Including Tax

VILLAGE
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 745 + Tax
DINNER ONLY BUFFET: Rs. 690 + Tax (Beginning at 8:30)

AQUA LOUNGE
IFTAR PLATTER WITH DINNER BUFFET: Rs. 950 + Tax
IFTAR PLATTER WITH DINNER A LA’ CARTE: Varies

ARIZONA GRILL
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 695 + Tax

COPPER KETTLE
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 430 + Tax (until the 10th of Ramadan)
IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 516 + Tax (after the 10th of Ramadan)

GUN SMOKE
RAMADAN SPECIAL: Complimentary Light Iftar with Dinner

FUCHSIA – THAI
IFTAR & DINNER: Rs. 655 + Tax (Choice of 1 Main Course)
IFTAR & DINNER: Rs. 895 + Tax (Choice of 2 Main Courses)

SUBWAY
RAMADAN SPECIAL: 6″ Sub & Drink Rs. 199 + Tax

PIZZA HUT
IFTAR & DINNER : Rs 388 (All prices are subject to tax)
(Choose your pan pizza from Chicken Tikka,Hara Chicken Tikka,Chicken Fajita, Supreme and Hot & Spicy)
SEHRI SPECIAL: 1 Large Pizza & 1.5 Litter Soda, Rs. 557 Including Tax (12 Midnight until Sehri)

Source : KarachiSnob

33 Comments so far

  1. shoaib on September 4th, 2008 @ 12:22 pm

    @Raja Islam
    Let me be the first one to salute you for this great work. This is extremely helpful. This is the type of work we must do in the blogs which increase the knowledge and save our time. Thanks and Happy Ramadan to our of you.


  2. Talha Aziz (aziztalha) on September 4th, 2008 @ 12:47 pm
  3. Shamsi (shamsi) on September 4th, 2008 @ 1:40 pm

    Raja Islam,

    Try and find out HOW MANY WHITE COLLARS are unable to ASK for HELP in this detriorating situation and people are finding HARD to keep ends MEET.

    Take left from 3 talwar (when heading FOR clifton)roundabout stop at next light which is corner of Askari Apptments & Ch. Khaliquzaman Road check left corner – arrive their before Ifftar, you will see 3 digit figure of WHITE collars waiting for Free Food. with their FAMILIES of wives n toddlers, They arrive their on motorbikes, – Punish me for whatever penalty if Your photoeye can prove me WRONG.

    Gross Ignorance & turning a blind eye from surroundings is Crime of morality on massive scale, there are people who fill up fuel worth Rs. 5000 in thier Premios, Accords, Prados etc etc every alternate day, on the other hand, there are number of individuals who have given up using bikes because fuel cost is unbearable and salaries have not increased by the same proportion.

    Don;t say it is responsibility of Government – no Way Government is who US those who WE have choosen, SELECTED to address our problems.

    It is collective issue of masses which needs to be addressed before situation goes haywire and these people start scaling walls of yours, mine, Their houses to search for food, shelter & clothing.

    am unable to comment on this post of yours, as for me it expresses that you are also among the previliged ones who ‘CHOOSE’ to turn blind eye at WILL & WHIM of MODE.

    I thought candid photographers like you are people with aesthetic sense and have a heart which only kind people posses, and they focus what common people simply ignore casually.

    But Raja Islam how come you can be such a STONE.

    That welfare trust organization Supervisor gave me some shocking facts they are REAL and have been verfied,. They do it FREE, based on charity. – Rs. 35 per head is Ifftar package

    So those of you who believe in charity, step forward, least contribute for cost of One Buffet of each of above list of 5 start Ifftars / Sehri package for next 30 days to that place.


  4. aarssee on September 4th, 2008 @ 2:08 pm

    hey, it’s just a list!! you would be looking for deals anyways… Raja, nice work though!! and yea doing charity is also good!!


  5. muhammadaley on September 4th, 2008 @ 2:50 pm

    @ Raja Islam:

    Great work..really commendable effort.

    @ Shamsi:

    I think you are being too radical in your views. We are in a way accountible but only to the extent whatever is possible in our own ambit. At the outset you mention the white collars & you end by asking to contribute to charity. Now tell me, would a white collar accept charity?

    I ask you a simple thing, due to the fact that there is so much poverty, would you give up your meat intake & give the amount in charity instead?

    The thing is, we should have a sense of our responsibility to our society and contribute whatever we could to serve it.

    Going out for a rather lavish Iftari has nothing to do with it.


  6. aarssee on September 4th, 2008 @ 3:46 pm

    Great work Raja, it must’v taken you quite some effort and time to get all this gathered at one place… people

    would otherwise be looking at the same information but in chunks, charity!! yes who disagrees, we should give

    charity, but that has nothing to do with eating out quality food!!!

    Now say all of that food is not quality food!! huh :D

    Cheers!


  7. shoaib on September 4th, 2008 @ 4:53 pm

    @Shamsi,
    While agreeing to what you are saying, there is no harm on seeing the brighter side of life. Raja has provided great information and we must appreciate it. Your comments doesn’t mention that where you are having your Iftar and Dinner. Its a pity that we do something else and say something.


  8. Shamsi (shamsi) on September 4th, 2008 @ 6:22 pm

    1. At that corner the welfare trust is serving all, majority I have seen are white collars who step downs from bikes and some step down from buses walk and wait to have their turn for food., People are having the food For FREE. Ramzan started only 3 days back while that FREE meal (Lunch & dinner) service is there since past Ramzan, now again they are serving sehri & ifftari this year.

    2. By charity My stance IS to give i.e support that welfare organization with your charity so they can continue the job. I hope this is clear about charity.

    3. I do sehri & ifftari at HOME. Alhamdo Lillah,

    Feel like I have HURT some,

    Whereas I addressed Raja Islam, directly are you annoyed ? if You say yes ask me for an apology.

    Cheers !


  9. mastqalandar on September 4th, 2008 @ 7:08 pm

    I agree with Shamsi’s recommendations.

    We all have right to enjoy life. How can we enjoy these lavish aftars with knowledge that there are people who haven’t eaten for the whole day and still can’t afford to eat something.

    Guys, this is the month of loot-sale. In Ramadan the reward is even more for the same charity.

    If you have means to do, go out and do more charity than you normally do.

    May Allah help us all, Ameen.


  10. tzaidi on September 4th, 2008 @ 8:48 pm

    Best iftaar is what you have at home…………… its sunnat-e-rasul (PUBH).


  11. shobz on September 4th, 2008 @ 10:10 pm

    mmmm. i cant wait for iftaar time. am still at work and our iftar is at quarter to 8.


  12. sufitraveler on September 4th, 2008 @ 10:19 pm

    Dear Raja Islam,

    Whenever you copy and paste someone else’s hard work from a website, as you have with KarachiSnob’s Iftar & Sehri page, you should at least give a link to the website in order to give credit where credit is due. Like this: http://www.karachisnob.com/iftar-sehri-ramadan-restaurants-karachi.htm


  13. barristerakc on September 5th, 2008 @ 12:55 am

    I sometimes suffer from the same guilt-feeling when I am driving alone and see people on buses loaded like animals.

    @Shamsi/mastqalandar/tzaidi

    I think we as a society have unfortunately become “bay-gharat”, thanks to free-market economy and capitalist goons who make money out of artificially created festivals etc.


  14. hbrehman on September 5th, 2008 @ 1:43 am

    First of all thanx for the information…
    Secondly… INFORMATION doesnt hurt ne1 neither does the KIND of information you give show the kind of person you are….. especially when in the past metblogs has posted a lot about the problems of the pakistani people…
    as for the people who got out for their lavish dinners and drive around in good cars with topped up fuel…well… un logon ki hi zakat se yeh trust oragnisations chal rahi hain mairay bhai…. the business they bring to our country is the only thing that will drive us out of poverty…they create jobs… pay salaries to many… people go to school because of them…
    please try to look at the big picture and not be radical…..
    logon mi madad karo…. dont be a PART OF THE PROBLEM if u cant be a part of the solution…


  15. fahmina on September 5th, 2008 @ 5:13 am

    The information posted about the Sehri and Iftar deals are not entirely correct, please check before you post something so that the citizens doesnt go through embarassment and trouble.


  16. shoaib on September 5th, 2008 @ 6:38 am

    charity begins at home. How many of the people advocating other side of the post are actually doing what they are saying. its not the matter or who is annoyed but the usefulness of the information. Yes every one has to do the charity but my question is on the first line of the message, can any one answer that or wanna have a free ride, cheers.


  17. cyrenity on September 5th, 2008 @ 8:56 am

    @shoaib,

    yes this post really hurt me, oh barrister sb ofcourse it hurts when we see people loadedon buses, like if u have ever seen a truck loaded with cattles?. it’s shameful for every Pakistani, poor people are dying with hunger, they cant even afford traveling on local buses, and the other side there is a class enjoying aftari,sehri for Rs.900+TAX, okay for say let’s forget the darker end of life, even then you justify a sahri/aftari totaling more than 2000 ruppes? DO YOU REALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT ROZZA MEANS? WHAT’S THE PURPOSE OF ROZZA.IT’s NOT JUST A STARVATION…..

    from: http://festivals.tajonline.com/ramzan-id.php

    "As the third "pillar" or religious obligation of Islam, fasting has many special benefits. Among these, the most important is that it is a means of learning self-control. Due to the lack of preoccupation with the satisfaction of bodily appetites during the daylight hours of fasting, a measure of ascendancy is given to one’s spiritual nature, which becomes a means of coming closer to Allah. Ramadan is also a time of concentrated worship, reading of the Quran, purifying one’s behavior, giving charity and doing virtuous deeds."


  18. Raja Islam (rajaislam) on September 5th, 2008 @ 10:37 am

    @sufitraveler I get this list from an email. Thanks for the source.

    @fahmina Please let me know what you found incorrect so that I can update this blog. Its a FREE service.

    and guys I travel in public buses.


  19. sufitraveler on September 5th, 2008 @ 11:38 am

    Dear Raja Islam,

    No matter where you have taken the information, you should find out the creative source and give credit. The original list has been taken from KarachiSnob.com. Please clarify your information source and post a link to that site so people can be well informed. The e-mail you received was probably from KarachiSnob.com, as you may be in thier Facebook Group and mailing list.


  20. fasihjee on September 5th, 2008 @ 2:44 pm

    Dear Sufitraveler,

    Before blaming Raja Islam that he has cheated the post I request you to check the SOURCE he has mentioned at the end of post (after pizza hut list). It is clearly mentioned that the information/source was been collected from Karachisnob.com .

    @ Shamsi

    I really agree with you dude, but there’s no harm in visiting once at any of the lavish resturant. I used to travel in the local buses and I personally can feel the pain of poor people as I, myself belongs to middle class family.

    Charity is extremely important and I also should request to all Metblogs members to give Zakat as much as you can you’ll never know that someone is dying because of hunger.


  21. cyrenity on September 5th, 2008 @ 3:53 pm

    @fasihjee,

    i was definitely going to agree with you if there was only two categories aka classes, middle and high, but unfortunately we have another class, "poor" and they are the majority, how they suffer and work hard all the day for two time food, you can’t even realize, YOU being from middle class enjoy the day at home when there is a strike in a city, but alas a poor family doesn’t get food that day, a strike is a killer for a poor family. if you realize how they suffer, it will seems like harming those people when you ll ride on your car, when you’ll be eating inside a lavish restaurant and watching poor people loaded like cattles in a bus outside on the road.


  22. obiwankenobe on September 5th, 2008 @ 4:43 pm

    Thank you for the valuable information. Now every time when I do sehri/aftar at masjid, I know how much money I have saved.


  23. Kashif Aziz (kashaziz) on September 5th, 2008 @ 5:17 pm

    @Shamsi Sb.: Spot on. Instead of going for expensive iftar deals we should help those who can’t afford a decent iftar. Ramadan is the month of giving. We have 11 months of feast and party, why not spend for the sake of Allah in just 1 month?

    Alamgir Welfare Trust (Bahadurabad) also arrange Iftar packages. Their rates are Rs. 45 per package.

    http://www.alamgirwelfaretrust.com.pk/awt/?referrer=dawn2


  24. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on September 5th, 2008 @ 7:37 pm

    Though I prefer to to have Iftar wth family but it was great info to figure out current Iftar/Shari deals.

    Thanks RI!


  25. balma on September 5th, 2008 @ 8:09 pm

    Shamsi, while I agree with the charity concept, but have you ever been interested in Economics? Did you ever take any ecomomics course when you were in the US? or were too busy admiring/driving 280Z’s?


  26. Shamsi (shamsi) on September 5th, 2008 @ 10:50 pm

    The economics I know fail every 2 months., and the only one succeed is what I practice to keep my economics intact.

    Balmay the only principle which work in our country Pakistan is Jis ke Lathi uss ke bhains

    all principals of civilised society practically fail in collective scenario of Pakistan, so we as individuals shall not be scared to practice whatever GOOD we can contribute without coming under any Lathi.

    by the way where you been all these days many miss the Balma the Banter of KMB


  27. saadshah on September 6th, 2008 @ 4:37 pm

    @ shamsi… dude ur screwed smewhr in the gray matter!!


  28. ameerhamza on September 7th, 2008 @ 6:38 pm

    Shamsi commented:

    ‘Take left from 3 talwar (when heading FOR clifton)roundabout stop at next light which is corner of Askari Apptments & Ch. Khaliquzaman Road check left corner – arrive their before Ifftar, you will see 3 digit figure of WHITE collars waiting for Free Food. with their FAMILIES of wives n toddlers, They arrive their on motorbikes, – Punish me for whatever penalty if Your photoeye can prove me WRONG.’

    You are right. It is Saylani welfare trust with its headquarter at Bahudarbad chowrangi, Karachi. The iftar for one person is Rs.35. Thanks for reminding. We all need to contribute.


  29. ameerhamza on September 7th, 2008 @ 7:09 pm

    Anyone can go to their various offices and give money for iftar or sehr or any other defined purpose. I heard somewhere that these people feed poor people in Jails, hospitals and on roads like the one mentioned (Clifton area at Ch. Khaliauzamman road).


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