Karachi, traditional Sohan Halwa, and branded burgers and pizza… What else can be found in Multan? This is the view of not merely non-Multanis, but the people of the city of the saints as well. Though Multan has the very first Robot waitresses of the region, yet this huge step forward has not succeeded much in breaking such silly stereotypes. People want more. Hence, to explore more about the uniqueness of the city, we visited various restaurants to satisfy our appetite with some bizarre dishes. Here are our picks:

The weird burgers:

Black one: Inspired by the movie “Star Wars”, the owner of London Courtyard has added a black burger in his menu, served with fries and salad.

Our experience turned out a bit bland, we actually expected much, but the taste was purely ordinary. Just the color of the bun was black. We felt ditched. Anyhow, it was good to taste, but nothing unique as per us, Rs. 650 (with tax) was a bit too much for it. Rating? 3.5/5. Because the size was too small.

Green one: This burger of Cafe Eclair always makes us shout “Go green or go home”. There is nothing about it that we can decry. It is flawless. To be honest, owing to our experience at  London Courtyard, we thought we would get a painted green bun. But… God!!! This burger was good. Juicy chicken patties, fresh cheese, crispy onion fries…everything was up to our satisfaction. It’s not an exaggeration if we are going to rate it 5/5.

The sweet Pizza:

Whenever we say “pizza”, we think about something cheesy, meaty, full of sauces, and much more. There hardly exists any person among us who consider it as a sweet. Well…not anymore. A recently opened restaurant in Multan, named Peppurus, has started the “sweet pizza”. Instead of cheese, they use a combo of Nutella, peanut butter, and Cadbury chocolate. They top it with bananas, like chicken pieces. Nuts are also sprinkled. We loved every bite of it. Hence, 5/5. And for the genius idea, 100/100.


We all are aware of Chizza. In reality, it is a KFC product. But unfortunately, it has not been launched yet in Pakistan. We are eagerly waiting for it’s launch. Except for Multanis. Yes! All owing to Peppurus. We ordered the chizza and were satisfied enough. In the beginning, we thought Rs. 450 was a bit too much. But it was totally worth it. There was no compromise on quality, as well as quantity. That’s why, we rate it 5/5.

Non-alcoholic beer:

At some jocund moment, we all feel like partying a bit hard. For that, Oven Delights have given Multanis a new way to celebrate. It’s BEER. Before any fight of being “halal” or not starts, let us tell you very clearly:

1):- It is totally non-alcoholic.

2):- It is a witty mixture of malts (especially 79), lemon shots, and lots of ice.

3):- Even kids and old boys can have it. *Cheers*

Taking about our experience, we loved it as Oven Delights has brought a new concept of wide range of non-alcoholic cocktails and mocktails in the city. The touch of the lemon shot was the real star. We would rate it 5/5.

A girl whose first and last love is food. She is on a mission to taste each and everything edible around her.