Food plays a significant role in defining a culture- apparently you are 
what you eat. With this in mind, what could be a more fun and fulfilling way to experience different cultures than to experience them
through food? 
To make things easier for you and your wallet, here is our list of 
All You Can Eat in Karachi for under Rs. 200!

1) Burns Road Bun Kebab  

A must try for all those visiting Karachi. Costing no more than Rs. 80-100, this bun kebab is bursting with flavor. They use the tastiest buns served with a green chatni that you keep coming back for. Plus, you cannot experience Karachi truly without a trip to Burns Road, and a taste of these famous bun kebabs.

2) Indus Biryani

A must try for all those visiting Karachi. Costing no more than Rs. 80-100, this bun kebab is bursting with flavor. They use the tastiest buns served with a green chatni that you keep coming back for. Plus, you cannot experience Karachi truly without a trip to Burns Road, and a taste of these famous bun kebabs.

3) Makai (Corn)

You can experience what excites children after school, what warms our hearts most during monsoon season, for nothing more than Rs. 20-100. Delicious corn on the cobb seasoned with lemon and spice, or if you want you can get ‘makai kei dane’, which is corn in a bag. You can find ‘Makai wale’ and their stalls in most streets of Karachi.

3) Peshawari Ice Cream

One of the things that draws most people to Karachi’s Boat Basin is the Peshawari ice cream sold there. This ice cream is full of flavor, is milky and extremely satisfying. Dessert does not have to be heavy on the wallet, it just has to be satisfying to the soul- and this ice cream definitely is!

4) Shawarmas

If you enjoy spicy food and mouth-watering tastes, the shawarmas of Karachi are for you. They are very affordable and sold through out the city. With juicy meats, spicy sauces, fresh vegetables and warm pita bread for under Rs. 200, what more could you want?

6) Dhabba Chai

Nothing says Karachi like a warm, strong and refreshing cup of chai (tea) from your neighborhood teashops, or dhabbas. You can sit outside and enjoy the busy bustling streets of Karachi, or you can enjoy the same view with a cup of tea in your hand in your car. Whatever you choose to do, tea makes it much more enjoyable.