GottaBlogger’s Guide To Your Weekend

This article was published in Forever 17 Magazine:

http://forever17mag.com/restaurants-to-visit-this-weekend/

As the first year of my blog winds down, it is time for an annual reflection on my standout restaurants from the past 12 months, you should visit this week. I’m hoping this list of my “must haves” helps you out in some way or the other.

  • Ambrosia
    Location: Bungalow 76 Old Clifton

Perfect ambiance with delicious Mediterranean food, this restaurant is not just a treat for your palette but also for your eyes. A precise synonym for eye-candy. What makes Ambrosia a cut above the rest is its enticing aura, the sumptuous garden, the subtle lighting and the majestically glowing trees along with the welcoming service adds to its escalating popularity. If you are in a mood to be a little extra fancy this week, take your loved ones out for a beautiful candle light dinner at Ambrosia, I’m sure you won’t be disappointed!

  • Cafe Koel
    Location: Clifton Block 4

This cosy place is not only known for its scrumptious meals but for its serene, close to nature atmosphere. The restaurant provides an exquisite experience by offering an artsy architecture. It is indeed a nature lover’s delight! Their unique names for their courses such as small bites, big bites not to forget warmers and coolers makes going through the menu even more interesting.  If you are looking for a peaceful day out, Cafe Koel is your pick!

  • Hardees
    Location: Khayaban-e-Shahbaz

If you’ve got a few bucks in your pocket, Hardees is the one for you. This place isn’t some structure of art instead it is a decent regular fast food joint. If you haven’t made the much worth it long trip to Nazimabad just to try their curly fries, I suggest you should now! The food is served fresh and the service is prompt. And you know what best part is, you get free, yes FREE re-fills!

  • Patio
    Location: Clifton Block 4

This little eatery is located in one of the most popular upscale dining streets in Block 4, Clifton. Tucked behind the trees is this beauty! Patio has the perfect amount of lighting if you want those flawless pictures to flaunt on your social media. This restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating however during this really hot weather, it is quite clear why no one would want to sit outdoors. Patio is rarely packed which is why it is the best for days when you just don’t want to run into anyone, this place is your magical escape.

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