Eureka! South Indian Food in Islamabad

What if I say that I had authentic South Indian food, and that too in Islamabad? Yes, the capital where I searched Dosa everywhere some days back and what I found was a Dosa served with dahi raita and chilli garlic sauce. While discussing that Dosa experience on a food group, I came across a food page named “Noor’s Kitchen” claiming to make good South Indian food.

People who have lived abroad especially in middle are familiar with South Indian but unfortunately can’t find it here in Pakistan. Karachi, being the food capital, though has some variety of this category but when you move out of Karachi like I did, the hunt goes off. We decided to try the food from Noor’s kitchen.

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What we ordered:

Idlee, Saambar, Wada, Coconut chutney and Tomati khatti chutney

 

Taste:

Authentic South Indian taste. I couldn’t believe I’m having this food with complete ingredients and chutnies in Islamabad. Those who are familiar to this food won’t be disappointed. 9/10

Hygiene: 

Being a home-made order, the food was hygienic. Noor’s Kitchen claims to use good quality ingredients.

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Making:

Every item was nicely prepared. Wada and Idlee were made in perfect shape just like any professional chef would make like. Perfectly cooked. Spice level was normal that can entertain both spicy and non spicy foodies.

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How to order?

Noor’s kitchen delivers across Islamabad to your doorstep. Number is 051-4447072 and 0342-5245929. They also offer take away from Sector I-8/4.

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