Recommendations for best Pakistani falooda in central London, please?
gee, londoner hounds, i find it incredible that no one has any recommendation. was it my tone? '-)
whats pakistani falooda anyway? theres indian falooda, but nobody i know ever thought it crave worthy. you can get the original version at iranian restaurants, eg mohsen.
to ask for the 'best pakistani falooda' sounds baffling.
i refer to this:
there is no 'pakistani' falooda distinct from falooda served in the sub-continent. whats next, 'pakistani' biryani?
so the iranians make it the same way? i think this thread shows there are regional variations of falooda: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/300849thus my request is not bizarre or ridiculous.
thanks for your rec, though.
iran is a whole different story.
pakistan only came into existence in 1947. and of course there are tiny variations - as with anything - but for your edification there is no such thing a pakistani falooda as opposed to falooda.
thank you for enlightening me. i think you were just itching for a fight. too bad.
i was just wondering, if i had asked for "pakistani-STYLE falooda" whether i would have avoided this.......
Maybe you should have asked for PUNJABI Faluda...;)
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