For Just AED10, Little Lahore Brings Its Popular Dish, ‘Jab Tak Hai Naan’ For The 1st Time At DFF

Little Lahore is offering its popular dish at the Dubai Food Festival for just AED10! Here's all about it.

by Shreya Rathod
For Just AED10, Little Lahore Brings Its Popular Dish, ‘Jab Tak Hai Naan’ For The 1st Time At DFF

The true essence of just a fraction of Lahore in the centre of Dubai can be seen in Little Lahore. The eatery offers genuine Lahori cuisine and extends warm warmth to everyone who enters. This time, Little Lahore has introduced its popular dish, ‘Jab Tak Hai Naan’ at the Dubai Food Festival.

Little Lahore Brings ‘Jab Tak Hai Naan’ To Dubai Food Festival

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For only AED 10, Little Lahore is offering Jab Tak Hai Naan, one of their most popular dishes, for the first time at the Dubai Food Festival. This offer, which is a delicious treat for foodies in Dubai, is only good from April 19 to May 12, 2024. The dish is a delectable blend of cheese and aloo (potatoes), seasoned with spices and green herbs, filling a soft, crispy naan bread that will wow your taste buds! Usually served for AED30, it is available for just AED10 at the festival! The owner of the restaurant, Saira Ahmed, had stated that they were eager to introduce this crowd-favourite dish to the festival crowd. Also, she requested everyone to come and taste this delicacy.

Little Lahore, located in Jumeirah Lake Towers Dubai’s Cluster G, is the perfect place to satisfy your appetite for a flavour-packed Pakistani meal. This restaurant is ideal for experiencing authentic Pakistani cuisine; take in the stunning lake view and the warm décor, which reflects their passion for art and Pakistani pop music.

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There are many different foods to choose from in Little Lahore, such as BBQ, popular curries, biryani, and of course, classic sweets. Through her extensive experience and solid understanding of customs, culture, and cooking methods, Saira Ahmed offers the people of Dubai a genuine flavour of Lahore. She added that location is crucial and that neither quality nor service can be compromised.

Classics like Lahori fish, nihari and karri pakora, lachedar paratha, and her own creation, kurkuri bhindi, are all on the menu. Customers enjoy having a flavour of home at Little Lahore because of the availability of beloved, seasonal Pakistani foods like gajar ka halwa and sarson ka saag. 

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So, if you are visiting the Dubai Food Festival, don’t miss this delicious dish from Little Lahore!

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