Find out what Middle Eastern restaurants to try in Quetta. Quetta (Pashto: کوټه; Balochi: کویته; Hazaragi: کوٹه; Urdu: کوئٹہ; [kʷɛʈə] pronunciation (help·info)) is the provincial capital and largest city of Balochistan, Pakistan. Quetta was largely destroyed in the 1935 Quetta earthquake, but was rebuilt and now has a population of 1,001,205 as of 2017 while the Quetta District has a population of 2,275,699. Quetta is at an average elevation of 1,680 meters (5,510 feet) above sea level, making it Pakistan's only high-altitude major city. The city is known as the “Fruit Garden of Pakistan,” due to the numerous fruit orchards in and around it, and the large variety of fruits and dry fruits produced there.
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Its located at a nice place, gardens and small family rooms were good. But the service and food was average. It was hot and there were no fans and the staff was taking too long to respond. Food was rather expensive.
Surprisingly good atmosphere and nice furnishing, service is good and the prices are competitive. We had a coffee which was not very much to our liking, and I hope the I will see an improvement next time.
Awesome traditionally cooked meat (chicken and mutton). Tender, spicy, bursting with flavor. The cooks here know their stuff!hugely popular with locals and visitors alike. People throng here in groups , friends just chilling out and have a good bite to munch on.Their slow cooked butter mutton karahi is a must have! though if not ordered earlier about an hour wait is required for it to be prepared. Order their home made "Chapati" and savour the thin layered and soft morsels filled with taste. Side orders include awesome deep fried fish and "Kheer" for dessert.
4 based on 21 reviews
Usmania Tandoori is a nice family eating place. They have a large number of Pakistani and few Chinese dishes on their menu card. The specialize in traditional Pakistani dishes and that is what I recommend. There Chinese dishes are ok but that is not their specialty. Service is good and ambiance / internal decor is OK. However, seeing the standard of other restaurants in Quetta, Usmani stands out.
The taste of Baluchistan - Sajji! This is the place that specializes in Sajji and provides the most awesome Sajji in the whole city. Piece of advice - Go for raw Sajji only, no gravy, no veggies, no chapati.....
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