As the evening fell and Maghreb prayers echoed, the food street of Latifabad seventh unit came to a life with the hustle-bustle of passers-by, pedestrians, customers, consumers, riders and local people.
The food street of Latifabad seventh unit is always filled with various vendors selling variety of food items and drinks; milkshakes, bun-kebab sandwiches, the specially minced meat masala (usually known as Kata-Katt) or the fast food corners and ice-creams parlors. Bursting with aromas of ready-made or uncooked meals. It could seek the attention of any passer-by.
But one would always crave a desi hotel among this environment. Quetta Peyala Hotel fulfills the demand of that desi-styled atmosphere with its meals and services.
A place equally adored by daily wage laborers and workers, unemployed individuals, students and high profile people as well as families.
Quetta Peyala Hotel started twelve years ago at the same food street by Mr. Khaliq Shah offering the traditional Peyala Tea. Peyala tea is famous for its full-flavored strongly (I’d say painfully) sweet taste and the peyala style of serving which reminds the handed-down way of cultural cuisines.
The combination of parantha and omelette added later to serve a complete meal which is equally adored by consumers. The interesting aspect is that Anda-Parantha with traditional Peyala Chai is not limited as breakfast but served as a meal in the special hours of hotel.
The hotel to work all week witnesses the hustle-bustle from 8 p.m. till midnight as their special hours. Whereas the seasonal meals include Green Tea as their winter treat.
Along with their cuisines, people praise the service of Quetta Peyala Hotel which serves the diners and takeaway customers with professional ease.
No wonder Quetta Peyala Hotel attracts the locals and make them prefer it among a number of other hotels.
Hello people! As I mentioned before I started this blog with journalistic approach. So this one (feature), I did for my university paper. But there’s something more I’d like to share. As a reporter-in-process I always told myself if I couldn’t observe & represent the things from my own place, there’s no way I could go further. Being a reporter and girl at same time, from a not-so-liberal place isn’t that simple. While doing this feature I realized the dhaaba owner didn’t like the idea of a girl wandering among his male-packed customers & tried to shoo me away (not exaggerating!) 🙂 but then later after some effort, few people from the same dhaaba helped me and through this experience one of my point of view got more strong;
the idea of ‘negatives accompanied by positives’.
Thanks to my experience! :))