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  • Village Restaurant-Khappa.pk

    The Village Restaurant adjacent to the old Palace Cinema was established in 1960 by the late Mr. Humayun Baigmohamed. It soon became a hot spot to dine and be seen at with many live bands and music performers having made their early starts to their careers whilst performing at the Village. In the 60’s and 70,’s the Village was an integral part of Karachi’s nightlife where families and friends gathered to dine and dance the evenings away.

    To add to the live entertainment and Al fresco dining with its quaint cabanas and private dining rooms the Village boasted a menu with an array of items to pick from. Though still famous for its barbeque the restaurant also offers a wide selection of Pakistani dishes to choose from. It is often heard that the old style Seekh Kebabs at the Village are still the best available in Karachi.

    The restaurant also has two private air-conditioned dining halls and open-air premises which can be booked for your private parties and marriage ceremonies. The restaurant one of the oldest surviving in Karachi has its rich share in Karachi’s history. It is located in what as known as the center of Karachi and its patrons have ample parking facilities available to them. Come dine at the Village and relive your memories.

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  • 1 Review on “Village Restaurant”

    1. Mary Naveed Village Restaurant
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      on my birthday 07-04-19 i go their with my family for dinner environment is really good but food quality is not good.Really bad food you are providing to customer

      thank you,
      Marygill

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