*Restaurant’s elaborate menu offers city’s best Japanese, Chinese cuisine
Tantalise your taste buds, refresh yourself with the great aroma of delicious food and treat yourself with a wide range of scrumptious Pakistani, Continental, Japanese and Chinese menu at Iftar at Kim’s restaurant at Avari.
From dates and sharbat served on the table with traditional fish, seekh kebabs, samosas and pakoras to a variety of assorted salads and dressings, followed by a good range of desserts on the line, is what they serve in their grand Iftar buffet.
True to its name and reputation for good food, Kim’s offers what is impossible to find anywhere else in town: a sushi bar with garlic rice and chicken teppanyaki; traditional ‘biryani’ and mutton ‘qorma’ and batter fried prawn with vegetable chicken all served in one menu.
The variety of salad on the bar cannot escape attention. From pastas to Caesar salad it has hummus and olives with thousand islands French and Italian dressings as an absolutely delightful start to a food festival. Along with the salad, right behind the entrance is the most important ingredient for a good appetite: the bread bar.
This pretty much brings in food from all good restaurants of Avari: Fujiyama, Dynasty, the Tollington and La Patisserie.
The deserts are carefully chosen to cater to a variety of tastes, ranging from chocolate mousse cups to pineapple tarts and vanilla pudding to brownies and carrot cakes.
“It has a very nice Iftar buffet with prawn tempura, sushi and more than 12 dishes from Japanese, Chinese, Continental and Pakistani cuisines on its menu. It has good value for your money and the taste and selection is just awesome,” commented Asad Ali Butt, a ‘foodie’ at Pakistan Food Forum which is Pakistan’s largest food forum on the social networking website Facebook.
And it’s not just the food; it’s the ambience that matters too. To cater to a bulk of people rushing to various restaurants during Iftar, the managers have placed Iftari starters out in the lobby to keep the inside environ pleasant. Even during the pressure witnessed at other restaurants right after Iftar, it’s the Arabic instrumental music in the background, cooling things down and bringing serenity around.
“It took me sometime to find a parking inside because it was rush hour. But after having this food here and the entire experience, I think it’s worth the wait,” Ahsan Ali, a banker dining in with his family said.