Chicken fry, mutton kabab and Mughlai Parantha at Al Broz are just superb. You can try Kalmi Kabab too. This eatery is at the beginning of the iftar stalls and is a pretty good stop. Hyderabadi Haleem and fried sea options at New Taj aren't bad either. Beef fry also looked delish and people were flocking to this joint too. Suleimani Chai at the New Taj Chai shop is a must-have. There are other varieties of drinks available as well. Fried quail, paya with bun and a few other delicacies can be sampled at Karama Food Fest. Dessert stalls are spread across too. Shahi toast and Phirni are the popular ones to be had.
Where And What To Eat For Iftar On Mosque Road This Ramzan
What Did I Like?
What Could Be Better?
Some more tables around these joints could've helped.
What's My Pro Tip?
Go with a hungry stomach so you can sample most dishes. Also, try the meat varieties and don't stuff your stomach with carbs by having rolls.
Don't expect a lot of hygiene there, it's street food after all. Do finish your meal with a paan. There's a nice paan shop next to Al Broz or try the fancy paans like hazelnut and litchi paan at Karama.