Sajjad Restaurant Review by Kamran Qureshi
Sajjad Restaurant has a large outdoor area, and alfresco dining is in its heart. The restaurant is decorated in Pakistani village chic. Elevated sitting platforms (takhat) covered in ethnic cloth surrounds the table. You can sit cross legged on the "takhat" or laze on a huge sausage like pillow, while enjoying the breeze.
This restaurant serves Pakistani food. I would recommend ordering, karhai and barbecue. For the faint hearted order the "Afghani" selections. They tend to be mildly spiced.
They also do steaks and Chinese food, albeit attenuated to the Pakistani palate--which isn't at all bad. Just don't be surprised if they don't taste like the ones you are used to!
The place is packed on weekends and I recommend getting there early (around 8pm) if you want a good table.
Great place for kids to run around. Separate sitting arrangements for Gents and Families.
Favorite Dish: Chicken Tikka, Karhai, Tandoori Paratha
for dessert: Kulfi Falooda!
I just wish they start serving "sheesha" too!
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