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List of Top Pakistani Street Food in Jeddah

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Aabiya Noman Baqai

Writer and Editor at Destination Jeddah

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Pakistani food has many delicious dimensions, but one underrated aspect of Pakistani food is their street food.It is typically on-the-go snacks and meals that you can usually witness in the making, making it all the more interesting.


Here are some hotspots in Jeddah that you’ve got to try:

1. Nirala Sweets:

Don’t confuse between the restaurant and snack shop. Nirala Sweets is a great choice for some potato samosas, pani puri, haleem, and Pakistani sweets such as jalebi, ras malai and kulfi.

Location: Sabaeen Rd. (parallel to Flamingo Mall), Al Aziziyah Dist.

2. Red Chillies:

A little more on the spicy side, Red Chillies is the place for Paratha rolls, may it be seekh kabbab, malai boti or chicken boti. If you’re more of a platter person, they serve the same items separately for you to make your own rolls.

Location: Al Odabaa St., Al Aziziyah Dist.

3. Student Biryani:

An actual branch from Karachi, Pakistan, Student Biryani is one of the most epic Biryani places in town for meat and chicken lovers.

Location: Prince Majid Rd., Al Aziziyah Dist.

4. Fine Sweets:

Also a snack shop, Fine Sweets is also a great jalebi and samosa hotspot.

Location: Sabaeen Rd. (parallel to Flamingo Mall), Al Aziziyah Dist.

5. Afnan Karachi Haleem:

Haleem (taken from i.ytimg.com)

A more of a hidden gem, Afnan only serves four special items: bun kabbab (the “desi” and original version of burgers), nihari, fish and haleem, all of which is made fresh and on the spot.

Location: Al Muallefeen St., Al Aziziyah Dist.

6. Hot N’ Spicy:
Hot n SpicyHot N’ Spicy is also an awesome Paratha roll place with a variety of other snack options like burgers sandwiches, and pizzas.

Location: Arbaeen St., next to Danube, behind Al Baik, Al Rehab Dist.

7. Madni Restaurant:

Peshawri Kabbab

Peshawri Kabbab

This place is famous for its chapli (flat beef) kabbabs from Peshawar served with naan roti. It’s another treat for spice lovers.

Location: At the junction of Al Khwarasmi St., in front of Marhaba Market, Al Aziziya Dist.

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    The Pakistani restaurant near my house on Sari Street and Yamama street is called Kashmir Nights. We buy our food there and also cater for parties. It is a clean place with really nice food. We find the service sometimes slow but the quality of food makes us go there again and again.

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