Open daily from 5pm to 3am, this place caters to a specific crowd: cab drivers, night shifters and anyone else who gets cravings for Pakistani food in the middle of the night. Of course, you could also just go for dinner, when the handi gosht, a mild and tender goat stew, and the jalapeño-spiked dal will suffice. But if it’s a midnight snack you’re after, the charga—juicy and heavily spiced fried chicken—is the only way to go.
|Venue name:||Lahore Food & Grill||Contact:|
2116 W Devon Ave
|Cross street:||between Hoyne and Hamilton Aves|
|Price:||Average main price: $8|
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