Lahoris are known world over for their taste & love for eating. While Lahore has a great many traditional and modern restaurants, the turn of the century has seen the appearance of Western fast food chains, such as Mcdonald’s, Pizza Hut, Subway Sandwiches, Dunkin Donuts, Nando’s and Kentucky Fried Chicken in new shopping centres all over the city. A recent tourist attraction in Lahore are the famous food Street in the old historic districts of Lahore (Gawaalmandi, Anarkali, and Badshahi). Food Streets have undergone massive restorations and are cordoned off in the evenings for pedestrian traffic only, with innumerable cafes serving renowned local delicacies under the lights and balconies of restored havelis (traditional residential dwellings).
Lahories are mostly like to eat traditional food. Mostly on weekends they love to go out for breakfast, Lunch, dinner with friends and Families. we shared some famous traditional food photos on bottom of the the post.
Some of the trendiest restaurants in Lahore are concentrated on the MM Alam Road in Gulberg. Here dozens of world-class culinary establishments, ranging from western franchises to very traditional, ethnic, or theme restaurants, attract all manner of Lahore’s citizens, from affluent yuppies and hip teenagers to entire families celebrating a night out.
Lying on the Grand Trunk (GT) Road, Lahore is linked with all major cities of Pakistan by road, rail and air. There are several daily flights, express trains and luxury bus services linking Lahore with Karachi, Quetta, Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Peshawar and dozens of major cities & towns of the country. (Please check latest timings & fares at Pakistan International Airlines website http://www.piac.com and Pakistan Railways website http://www.pakrail.com.pk). A number of private transport companies like Daewoo Express, (www.sammi.com.pk Tel:111 007 008) Sky Ways, New Khan Road Runners, Dewan Express, Kohistan Bus Service etc. ply regular air-conditioned luxury buses between Lahore and a number of main cities of Pakistan.Besides PIA, a number of International Airlines (Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Uzbekistan Airways and Air India etc.) have their direct flights to Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore. Under an agreement between Pakistan and India, Pakistani and Indian Railways jointly operate a weekly train “Samjhota Express” between Lahore and Delhi.