This Pakistani restaurant in the heart of Jeddah’s Al Faisaliyah district is a favourite local haunt for the expats living in and around the area.

Serving up some amazing desi food, their rich and decadent Kadai (Both Mutton & Chicken) was creamy and decadent and the spices working it’s charm on the meat.


I also had my first taste of the very popular ‘Taka Tak’. The very name ‘taka tak’ comes from the sound made on the cooking ‘tava’ (plate) by the chef during the cooking process.


My colleagues were quick to point out this wasn’t the best they have had, so the hunt is still on. The kebabs were great too, but i still have my favourites.




Written by Food with Shayne

I am a Food Blogger / Photographer based in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia with a passion for food. I review local eateries from all over Saudi Arabia and on occasion, I travel for food. Follow me on my food journey as I eat, take pictures and write about the best of food from around the world. Welcome to "Food with Shayne".

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