Six Simple Foods to Enjoy in Gwadar

Every place has some special Cuisine/ delicacies to offer to its visitors, it’s fascinating how cities within the same region/province can have such a massive change of flavours and cooking method for a recipe, that the overall experience turns out way differently than what you’re used to back home.

Today I came across these yummy food photos from my trip to Gwadar earlier this year that seriously invoked my taste-buds again and got me drooling as I recalled the tasty ride of meals I enjoyed

Also Read: Of Places and Food – Larkana

Gwadar is a happening port city on the southwestern coast of Balochistan. Why I call it happening? because it has been the center of spotlight for many reasons – which includes 1) travel, due to its serene blue beaches, mountainous landscape and breath-taking shores 2) Business – As Gwadar is third important deep sea port in Pakistan for international sea shipping and trade routes 3) People – vibrantly dressed people who are wonderful hosts and love to treat their guests with gifts, food and festivals 4) Food – famous for its fish catch, they serve crabs, prawns and Surma fish as a delicacy to their guests.

They also have some great home made pickles and desserts that I haven’t had before.

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Every place has some special Cuisine/ delicacies to offer to its visitors, it’s fascinating how cities within the same region/province can have such a massive change of flavours and cooking method for a recipe, that the overall experience turns out way differently than what you’re used to back home.

Here are six super simple and basic foods that one should definitely have while in Gwadar

1. Chanay Ki Daal & Sabzi Tarkari

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2. Masala Sajji

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3. Special Surma Fish Fry 

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4. Green Pumpkin and Coconut Halwa 

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5. Mutton Rosh 

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6. Khatti (Sour) Daal and Rice with special mango and olive pickle 

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Since Gwadar doesn’t have  lot of restaurants yet, you can either try some of these items at Super Salateen hotel or make a stay at the very reasonable and recommended Port Grand Hotel at the sea front and have them serve you these delicious treats while you stay. Their manager Mr. Muneer is a very hospitable guy and will treat and serve you like his own family.

Have you been to Gwadar yet? Share your food experience in the comments below 🙂

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