Karachi Broast

During my childhood, going to my Nana’s house meant my Uncle taking us to Karachi Broast, and, feeding us till we had not the will, nor the power to move breath or even think. Since then I have always been a fan of Karachi Broast and never let any opportunity get by to eat it myself, feed it to my friends or recommend it to others.

After shifting back to Karachi every trip to my Cousin’s house in Nazimabad means going to Karachi Broast and enjoying the fine culinary delights of broasted Chicken dipped in Raita and Karachi Broast’s special chili sauce and washed down with excessive quantities of Coke.

Karachi Broast now has branches in many other parts of Karachi. Like all respectable gluttons I have had the chance to enjoy all of them. But I have to say, the oldest branch, the one at Rizvia Society in Nazimabad serves the best fried chicken or what we call Chicken broast in the city. No doubt about it.

Even though you have to sit on the sidewalk; even though you have to enjoy the fumes with the food; even though you have to kick the occasional cat away from your feet; even though you have to pay much less than you do at other places and hence loose the power to show it off; even though you will have to ward off droves of beggars you will love the food and thank the almighty for being so benevolent on us base beings.

In case you are wondering why I am talking about Karachi Broast all of a sudden. I had some today.

2 Comments so far

  1. saba (unregistered) on February 19th, 2005 @ 11:36 pm

    Every guy I know loves Karachi Broast! I’ve never had a proper meal there, but I had a couple of bites from a friend’s plate who was eating double-masala broast and I swear, it felt like my mouth was on fire for the next half hour.

  2. Tall Dark Handsome (unregistered) on February 20th, 2005 @ 4:33 pm

    how much food is too much food .. :)

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