Just to add that the sugar bag is available in 2Kg
29-C, Khayaban-e-ShahbazPhase 6, D.H.A.Karachi
…Iftar Dinner Set Menu: Rs. 995 including tax
Zamzama6th Commercial Lane, Zamzama Phase 5, D.H.A.Karachi
Iftar Dinner Buffet: Rs. 999 including tax.
Zamzama20-C, 2nd Commercial LaneMain Zamzama Boulevard Phase 5, D.H.A.Karachi
Iftar Dinner Buffet: Rs. 895 + tax.
VILLAGE SALT & PEPPER
3-B, Beach Avenue, Seaside Phase 6, D.H.A.Karachi,
Iftar Dinner Buffet: Rs. 850 Including tax.
10/A, Main Shahrah-e-FaisalM.A.C.H.S.Karachi
Iftar Dinner Buffet: Rs. 690 including tax. Complimentary Iftar from 12th to 19th August.
Com. 5/1 Boat Basin, Block 5, Clifton Karachi
Iftar Dinner Buffet: Rs. 850 including tax
If you find any mistakes, please let me know.
Life of a blogger is strange indeed. I remember driving past Main Khayaban-e-Shamsheer (next to S.Abdullah) in April and wondering what Think Red, Think Health could mean. I got a lot of interesting responses too when I posted a photoblog of it, ranging from it being a red bull outlet, gym, BBQ place to an eatery. INOVATIVE MAD and Aslam Chughtaye though were right in guessing it to be a hygienic meat joint. Who would have thought that I would be dragged to its soft-launch by a friend to cover it. Of course, I told him I would only post about it if it’s good, though before even entering the outlet my curiosity was piqued.
Meat One opened its doors to public on Sunday, 18th July 2010, and it turns out that these guys specialize in selling export quality meat at very affordable rates. The soft launch kicked off with a press conference in which Meat One’s COO, Kazim Namazi, briefed the journalists about the company’s ambitious plans to open 20 more outlets in the city during the next one year. They slaughter their animals in their semi-automated slaughter house and then transport the carcasses in refrigerated vans to the Meat One shop, where it is further sliced and diced according to customer specifications.
It is still over a month before Ramadan starts and the price of sugar has already gone up to Rs. 66/- per kilogram which makes me think that it is really likely that this year too, people will faint and die standing in the rows for a bag full of sugar or we might just see another stampede this year. It seems now that the only hope for the people is to boycott sugar.