Yasir broast lahore: After so many people recommending us to eat at the infamous yasir broast on our lahore trip, we finally booked a careem to yasir broast.
Before we get to the food (the fun stuff) let's talk about how their waiters felt that it was their right to stare at the female customers like their properties? I am well aware of the fact, that things like these are pretty inevitable in such places. But here, it was getting a bit too much. The male waiter's constant gaze from across the room made me, my mother and her friend extremely uncomfortable, and had me fuming! We had to change our tables in the end.
Now to the food: we weren't a huge fan of the oily mess that was the fish, and also the fact that it was pangasius didn't help at all.
The fries were golden, crisp and made exactly the way one would like them to be. The naans were freshly made, accompanied by an average plate of kata-kat (brain masala) and the show stopper- extremely juicy, well cooked mutton chops.
What we ordered: a plate of fries, kata-kat, half steamed chicken, fish and chips, mutton chops and two different kind of naan.
Total bill: around 2,500.
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