If you’re living in Karachi and just love to grab a bite every now and then, we’ve got great news for you. Starting 4pm today, the city’s local and famous eateries will establish as many as 88 stalls in Frere Hall Gardens. According to a local report, Sattar Buksh, Tempt Asian, Rajji ice-cream, Lals, Chapli Kebab House and a host of other famous, local eateries will be present to pamper your taste buds.
The entrance fee is Rs. 250 and for the very few who might not be that interested in savouring a tasty meal, there’s more to this event than meets the eye. The list of activities that denizens can enjoy here include photo booths, face painting, shirt printing and an open mic night. Two artists, whose names have been kept secret from the public, will also enthuse attendees with a lively performance.
Karachi Eat 2016 is likely to get big and crowded, and organisers have prepared well in advance for that. For more parking space, nearby empty plots have been rented by the organisers to provide the public with more parking space. Also, for those of you who would rather take a cab to Karachi Eat 2016, you can now make use of the app Careem, which you can use to book a taxi to the event.
This is the third time the three-day festival is being held in the city. Karachi Eat during the previous two years was also a resounding success.