It is that time of the year again when we all excitedly wait for the biggest eat festival in town and that, too, in this chilly weather. The Karachi Eat Festival 2020 kicks off later today and will end on Sunday, January 12.
Despite the long queues and the hassle, the experience is worth one’s time and money, given that the three-day festival brings numerous eateries together on a single platform – each of them offering a unique taste. Whether you love desi food, continental food, desserts, drinks or you like to experiment with your taste buds, this place has it all.
Here is a little something for you to have a wonderful experience at Karachi Eat 2020...
When and where
The festival begins on January 10 (today) at 4pm and will continue till Sunday, January 12, till 10pm. Karachi Eat 2020 is taking place at the Beach View Park, where it was held last year. Tickets will be available at the gate.
Around 100 eateries are showing at the festival this year, each introducing a new entree that is not a part of their regular menu. There is a long list of home-based and other eateries such as Chipseez, introducing their signature Beetroot, Sweet Potato, Potato Chips; Zoya’s Kitchen, bringing Cannoli (Italian pasteries) to the festival and Lemon Grass, launching Crying Tiger, which are debuting at the festival while others are returning with newer plans.
Those who will be returning to the show once again after receiving an overwhelming response last year include Churrosity, coming up with Churro Hot Dog after offering a variety of churros last year; Cloud Naan, offering Chicken Naan this time; Spicogetti, introducing their new entree Chic ‘N’ Cheese Spaghetti in addition to their signature Khausa and Singaporean Rice and Wrappeite will be serving Bread Bowl Lasagna.
Piece of advice
A good time to visit the venue and have a hassle-free experience is later today when the proceedings begin but if you like to be in the crowd, tonight would be a good time for you. Saturday is mostly packed as most people are off and make plans with their friends and families, while Sunday’s first half is also relatively calmer and is one of the best times to drop by.