Bohri Mohalla (for
Why locals love it
Each year, during the Muslim holy month of Ramzan, Muslims fast during the day and break their fast after sunset with a meal known as “iftar.” In Bohri Mohalla, hundreds of communal tables are set up after sunset on the streets, and crowds feast together on offal and other meaty delicacies till well past midnight, moving from stall to stall.
Why you should visit it
Visit to sample high quality, inexpensive Muslim delicacies and experience a unique public celebration of community. Try Sarvi (seekh kebabs), Jilani Fast Food Corner (bada chicken baida roti), Indian Hotel (naan-chaap), Bar-B-Que Corner (boti, kaleji, khiri), Tawakkal Sweets (malpua), Idris Colddrink (sharbat), Suleiman Usman Mithaiwala (firni).
Start at sunset and budget 3-4 hours for the whole experience. Try fasting during the day yourself and then gorging late into the night.