Heaven To The Biryani Lovers: Review Of Allah Wala Biryani
Written By Hafsa Sheikh
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Allah Wala Biryani began with a small shop in 1999, only offering biryani takeaway. With time, they saw exponential growth and their taste became popular in Karachi.
After years as a successful food chain, they decided to expand and make a small dine-in area. Customers started queuing up to get their hands on the delicious biryani served at the restaurant. In 2015, Allah Wala Biryani was among the top Biryani joints in Karachi. They also began catering to events of all types, from corporate gatherings to weddings.
Beef Biryani: Flavorful
When it comes to biryani, it’s all about the rice. And when it comes to Allah Wala Biryani, that couldn’t be more true. This dish is all about the fragrant, flavorful rice – and man, does it deliver.
I first tried ALLAH WALA biryani on a trip to Karachi and I was instantly hooked. The rice is perfectly cooked and infused with all the right spices, and the meat is tender and flavorful. It’s definitely one of the best biryanis I’ve ever had.
If you’re looking for authentic, delicious biryani, look no further than Allah Wala.
For the quantity and quality of biryani you get, the price is more than reasonable. A plate of biryani will set you back just Rs.320 – and trust me, it’s worth every penny. I also ordered a raita with my biryani. It was so tasty and a nice touch.
Service: Not Attentive
I was starving and had been waiting for my biryani. So when it finally arrived, I was really excited to dig in. But unfortunately, it was a bit late due to the crowd. However, the biryani was still excellent and I enjoyed every bite.
If you’re looking for a hole-in-the-wall type of place, then Allah Wala Biryani is the place for you. It’s nothing fancy, but it gets the job done. The space is small, so it can get pretty cramped if there are many people. It’s probably a better place to take your family, but if you’re looking for a cheap and cheerful meal, then this place is worth checking out.
Honorary Mention: Never Disappoint
Allah Wala’s beef yakhni pulao. I’m not a big fan of pulao, but this is an exception. The rice is perfectly cooked and infused with the beefy flavors of yakhni. The chunks of beef were melt-in-your-mouth tender. I recommend this dish to others.
Allah Wala’s Haleem is also a must-try beef is the way to go. The haleem was thick and creamy, with just the right amount of spice.
I’m not exaggerating when I say Allah Wala’s beef BIRYANI is the best I’ve ever had. The rice was perfectly cooked and infused with the rich flavor of the beef broth, and the meat was incredibly tender. I recommend this dish to anyone looking for an authentic Pakistani biryani experience.