Best Places To Have Haleem In Karachi: MyFoodies

Haleem originates from Barkas in Hyderabad, India, where it reached in the 17th century on horseback with some Chaush soldiers coming in from Yemen. You may well have seen a few cauldrons over burning clogs of wood in your neighbourhood. Haleem is a delicious amalgamation of wheat, barley, lentil and meat. It is savory in taste and beautifully balanced in flavor.

Mazedar Haleem:

Mazedar Haleem franchise is one of the oldest in the business. It is tr Mazedar Haleem has no parallel when it comes to taste. Their success can be gauged from the fact that each of their branches sells approximately 500 to 600 kgs each day. This includes dine-ins, takeaways as well as those tin containers that you can travel with. you can’t stop yourself from going to this Haleem joint repeatedly! Don’t forget to sprinkle extra “Chaat Masala” on it to double up the taste.

Karachi Foods:

Karachi Foods offer a large variety of dishes such as Biryani, Chinese, Karahi, and the most flavorsome is the Haleem. With a good ambiance, you can enjoy all sorts of food at this place, but specifically the Haleem that they offer, is something your taste buds will be thankful for.

Darbar Haleem:

Darbar Haleem is what you should put your hands on. Shower some coriander leaves, ginger, lemon juice and oil on it and ta-da! You have the best Hyderabadi Haleem in town!

Karachi Haleem:

With a good ambiance, you can enjoy all sorts of food at this place, but specifically the Haleem that they offer, is something your taste buds will be thankful for. Your haleem will be placed on a wide white plastic plate in front of you within seconds with a tray full of fresh garnish – lemon, ginger, green chillies, fried onions and a small jar of chaat masala.

Haleem Centre:

A single serving, that can easily feed up to four people, comes in a minimalist white plastic bowl, accompanied by an Indian-style thali, compartmentalised into the condiments of coriander, lemons, ginger, chaat masala and green chilies. A tarka of crispy fried onions is mixed into the smooth texture of the cereal, along with generous quantity of chicken chunks throw in for good measure.  If you are in the mood to have the perfect Chicken Haleem with freshly cooked naan, this is where you should head to.

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