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Lal Qilla, located in Karachi, Pakistan offers an exciting range of traditional Pakistan dishes and more. The surroundings are elegant and pleasing and the service is great. This restaurant serves delicious vegetarian dishes and beverages, which are...more

Karachi, Pakistan

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Lal Qilla, located in Karachi, Pakistan offers an exciting range of traditional Pakistan dishes and more. The surroundings are elegant and pleasing and the service is great. This restaurant serves delicious vegetarian dishes and beverages, which are perfect for Muslim diners.

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Address

10/A, M.A.C.H.S Main Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi-75350

Website

http://www.lalqila.com

Phone

0321-2219000, 0321-2719000

Email

info@lalqila.com

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