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Where to score the best kebab rolls, how to spot a liquor store, adopting the right fatalistic-meets-voyeuristic attitude: essential intel for Pakistan’s reality-defying largest city.
Karachi’s U.S.-born Zinger Burger is neither American nor a burger. Discuss.
Living big, eating big, and traveling smart in Pakistan's Punjab capital
Karachi hosts the world's greatest—and most ostentatious—version of the Abrahamic slaughter ritual, fueling a turf war between criminals and strongmen of political and religious parties.
Pakistani attitudes about home cooking are changing as a growing middle class finds a plethora of food delivery options online.
At the block party (for 250,000 people) thrown by one of Karachi's most notorious crime syndicates
The burger may have a foothold in Pakistan, but on the streets of Karachi, the beloved bun kebab reigns supreme
In Pakistan, nothing cuts through class, creed, and politics quicker than a cup of tea