Breakfast is the first and most enjoyable meal of the day and if you are one like me, then this meal could make or break your day.
Nothing speaks breakfast like eggs with toasted country bread accompanied by semi-salted butter (full fat ofcourse!) and perhaps a little jar of cherry conserve, paratha for the devout desis, crepes for those with a sweet tooth and a fluffy aromatic herb omelet for the more sophisticated.
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From Shakshuka and muesli for the health conscious to tea, coffee, fresh juice or a smoothie to down your eggs or cereal with, there are endless inviting options when it comes to breakfast and we are forever thankful.
While for some, breakfast at home is perhaps the most comforting many restaurants offer an equally satisfying breakfast experience.
Without delay then, let’s have a look at four places you have to visit for breakfast in Karachi:
Xander’s offers a nice range of sweet and savoury for breakfast. Whether you’re craving the Full English, scrambled eggs or the classic Eggs Benedict, Xander’s have got you covered. The sweet options include but are not restricted to waffles, pancakes and a wonderfully aromatic apple and cinnamon French toast.
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Butler’s offer an assortment of delicious omelets ranging from Pakistani to Mediterranean and the universal favourite cheese and mushroom to choose from, which are served with toasted bread and hash browns. Fried egg lovers need not despair, they offer the traditional eggs and sausage breakfast as well. For something different try their Smoked Salmon Open Sandwich, light and perfectly balanced with a sour cream and dill sauce.
Espresso offers a scrumptious breakfast burrito which is scrambled eggs, cheese, beans and turkey wrapped in a crispy wheat tortilla. They also offer hearty omelets which are served with your choice of bread and hash browns. The breakfast menu also includes pancakes, bagels and waffles served with ice-cream for those with a sweet tooth.
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Relatively newer than the other eateries on the list, Mews has made a name for its breakfast. With a rather unique menu, worthy tries at Mews include the wonderfully delightful Shakshuka which is eggs baked in a tomato and pepper sauce, scones with clotted cream and steak and eggs. If you’re in for a brunch you could also try the Korean beef bowl served with a fried egg and boasts delicious robust oriental flavours.