Eid Al-Fitr is just around the corner, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, it is traditional for families to gather together and share the happiness with some traditional feasts and a sweet note of some heavenly dessert.
Whether you’re adhering to a budget or looking to splurge, Islamabad has no shortage of good dessert spots, where you can take your friends and family out for a delectable dessert. Here are 6 of our sweet picks of the most delightful dessert places which have your sweet tooth covered:
Tuscany Courtyard, Kohsar Market, F-6
Tuscany Courtyard is a renown place with a great menu, including some seriously indulgent desserts. The desserts there aren’t simply favorites of ours; they are also jaw-droppingly delicious Eid specials, which include chocolate fudge brownie skillet, molten lava cake, and the oven baked bread pudding, served with ice cream.
Burning Brownie, Beverly Center
The whimsically named eatery situated at Beverly Center has addressed all your sweet cravings, by offering an extensive range of desserts including pastries, cupcakes, brownies, cookies, cakes, sandwiches and much more. People can head to Burning Brownie for their renown cheesecake, made up of fresh cheese, sugar and eggs, accompanied by a sugary crust to treat yourself this Eid.
Street One Cafe, Kohsar Market, F-6
Eid is a time of celebration and joy – a time spent with family and loved ones, which includes visiting each other, exchanging gifts and eating lots of delicious and traditional food, especially desserts and sweet dishes. Street 1 Cafe serves your sweet tooth with the best brownies in town, freshly baked. Hit Me Skillet Cake has to be one of our favorites and their Belgium Chocolate Lava; which has a double chocolate cake, with a piping hot Belgium chocolate oozing out as you pass your fork through it.
Eid is not only a time of religious significance and a day of forgiveness and unity, but a weekend of feasts, fairs and fun. We have some hot traditional desserts, as well as some cold delightful desserts to fall into a swoon this Eid-ul-Fitr.
Mocca is a coffee shop with an impressive menu. Try classics like the carrot cheesecake, waffles, pancakes & crepes platter, and molten-lava cake.
Shakespeare’s Lounge, F-7
Anything with chocolate can and should be considered a dessert, which is why the oozing lava and gooey chocolate fantasy at Shakespeare’s Lounge are highly recommended for a post-Eid dinner treat.
Wishing you and your family a joyful Eid. Be sure to let us know your favorite dessert spots in the capital. Godspeed!