Unique Tasteful Trips are at ‘Zaatar’

There is a thing about Middle Eastern cuisine — it is very elaborate. You ask for supposedly a single dish and you are served with a platter complete with all the sauces, salads and sides required by that main dish you ordered. This new Lebanese restaurant is also special that way. The place is named after a traditional Lebanese food, Zaatar, which is served as a complimentary starter.

Talking of the décor — the walls are painted in contrasts of dull red and white and the furniture, wall and ceiling design is distinctively Asian. Zaatar has hit big business as soon as it inaugurated this year at Khayaban-e-Nishat, phase 6 which seems quite well deserved.

All the foodies out there! The territory is yours. But be warned. Authentic Lebanese cuisine can taste bland to tongues used to spicy food such as we eat, although it is rich and more nutritious. So if you like to explore new options and take pride in undertaking culinary adventures then it is just the place for you.

The Zaatar kitchen proudly claims that they never use any readymade product but prepare everything from scratch – no bottles of mayonnaise, ketchup or condiments off supermarket shelves. They really ARE a dedicated lot.

The menu has five broad categories – each item strictly Lebanese. Starters (Hommos, Chicken Wings Lollipop); Sides (Marinated Olives, Lebanese Pickle); Main course styling Kibbeh (lamb meat balls), grills (Shawarma choices, Shish Tawouk, King Prawn), mixed grills (a portion of all grills), salads (Fattoush) and wraps (Kafta wrap); Desserts (Kunafeh, Atayef) and beverages from Laban (yogurt drink) to soft drinks and tea.

Every new experience counts. Whether it be a new place, new love, new home or a new taste. It should be relished and cherished just as it deserves. Hence this night, off to Zaatar for dinner!

Address: Khayaban-e-Nishat Off Street No 11 Between Bukhari And Muhafiz  Phase 6, D.H.A. Karachi, Pakistan.
Contact number: (92-21) 3-584-6532
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  1. Absolutely love Lebanese food!

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