Best Places to Eat in Civic Center, Bahria Town

Civic Center is the hub of happening in Bahria Town, Rawalpindi. Be it any launch of a new brand outlet or an eatery outlet, Civic Center is always bustling with activity. It is also where the select communities of phase 1-6 of Bahria Town converge.

Apart from that, Civic Center boasts a plethora of eateries and fast food outlets that will make your mouth water just thinking about them. Neemopani has compiled a brief list of those must-visit places, and we will continue to add more in future articles.

In this week’s post, we’ll look at a few places where you can get terrific meals at a reasonable price.

1. Juice Land

Juice Land gives you a huge variety of juices which are not only delicious but also nourishing for your body. For that Halki Phulki Bhook, they have a large variety of desi snacks too. Golgappay, Papri Chat, Dahi bhalay, ice cream, you name it and it is there. Do visit it and do check out our menu. The prices are low and on top of that, you get a good quantity of quality food.

2. Subway

If you are looking for a healthy option, Subway is your best bet. The place is clean with extremely friendly staff. You can order from a wide variety of subs that ranges from chicken tikka, Chicken Chapli. Chicken Shami and a lot more. They also have cookies that are extremely scrumptious and chewy. It is a bit expensive but worth every rupee you pay. you get the taste and a full tummy for the whole day.

 

3. Quetta Chinar

Quetta Chinar is a go-to place for everyone. Their chai and parata are a must if you haven’t tried it yet. Their mash dal is only second to Mian-jees if you have a knack for desi cuisine. apart from their wide variety of chais and paratas, they have other options too. You must try it and of course, their prices are very reasonable and you can easily much on it daily but you have to watch out for your belt that will be bulging out after a month.

 

4. Dominos

If you are craving Pizza, look no beyond then Dominos as they have some of the best pizzas in town. They have an array of yummy pizzas from smokey chicken tikka to passion pepperoni and beef Philly cheese steak. A place not only for kids but a standard decent place to have a fun chit-chat with your friends and family too. Their prices are a bit on the higher side but they have deals on a weekly basis which you can avail of if you subscribe to their social pages which regularly update its followers about the deals.

5. Manjoo

Manjoo, another adjacent Arabic restaurant, specialises in Arabic, Turkish, Yemeni, and Syrian cuisine. Many comparable eateries are springing up in the Twin Cities, and we are seeing a trend toward meals with less spices. That is the concept behind the Arabic Mandi, Shawarmas, and wraps. However, Manjoo Restaurant is an international brand with locations in many countries that has made its debut in Pakistan. People have acquired a taste for their specialities, thus the reaction has been amazing. Their prices are also low and you can enjoy good food on a low budget.

 

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