Published On: Fri, Jun 17th, 2016

3 Spots for Iftari in Islamabad


If you are in federal capital of Islamabad in this Ramazan then there are some places for foodies that must be explored. Here are some spots that offer a delicious extravaganza that is hard to miss!

Tuscany Courtyard


Later than an extensive wait of nine months, Tuscany Courtyard has unfastened its doors once more in Islamabad and the iftar and dinner buffet has provided a good cause to people in the capital to go fanatical over the restaurant. With a copious menu of various iftar items, involving the traditional pakoras, rolls, sandwiches and even bhel puri, the diner’s menu is even much sundry with prawn and fish tempuras, Chicken Casseroles, Grilled Chicken Tarragon, Thai Oyster Chicken, Polo Tuscan, flat bread and a live pasta and statuette location to serve diverse types of pasta and roast chicken. Whereas all this is sufficient to induce us, the Bread Pudding at the dessert side is thus far one more main attraction of the iftar dinner buffet at Tuscany Courtyard. The deal charges Rs1,795 plus tax (per head).

Street 1 Café

Tuscany Courtyard

Street 1 Café gives the much spendthrift and delicious iftars in Islamabad. The most excellent element regarding their deal is that each item on the menu is appetizing. The iftar menu shows a variety of mixed appetizers, involving the traditional samosas, rolls, pakoras and chaats together with quiches, dynamite prawns, hummus and a live crepe place where you can select the crepe you desire. The dinner buffet has an alternative of three diverse salads. Their menu differs each day but a few of their most striking items such as the Monti Fire Wings and Garlic Prawns are for all the time on the list of choices. This iftar has the most varied and copious dessert table with a chocolate fountain and mixed miniature desserts that are bound to gratify only about anyone. Priced at Rs1,795 plus tax (per head), the buffet is not only spendthrift but it ensures there is an equilibrium amid seafood, beef and chicken, ensuring everyone gets to taste what they take pleasure in.



One can’t do an iftar round-up of Islamabad devoid of stating Roasters, perhaps the one iftar that gives the best worth for money. Charged at Rs1,395 plus tax (per head), the menu at Roasters involves a broad range of iftar items pursued by a much sundry dinner involving numerous Chinese dishes, pasta, lasagne and fried fish amid further items. The menu involves more than 40 items. The mere collapse at Roasters is that it is enormously packed so be ready for long queues right prior to mealtime.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.

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