Bhakkar is the principal city of Bhakkar District, Punjab, Pakistan. It lies on the left bank of the Indus river. Bhakkar city is also the administrative center of Bhakkar Tehsil which is one of the four tehsils of district. Bhakkar Tehsil is subdivided into 17 Union Councils, three of which form the city of Bhakkar. The city has a rich history, going back to pre-Pakistan and colonial eras. It also is an important chapter in the power struggle between Humayun and Sher Shah Suri, and hence witnessed a regime changing moment for the Mughals.
The city is famous for the beautiful Dilkusha Bagh, which is a Date Orchard, a monument of significance in Mughal history as it is believed to have been constructed by Humayun. As all things Mughal, it exudes old school charm and beauty.
Bhakkar food scene is small and inconspicuous but some of the hot spots around the city are listed as under:
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Open 12 hours a day, from 12PM-12AM, the blue flame is most visited restaurant around the city of Bhakkar. Since, most of the population has more love for local homemade food, the restaurant is visited to take a respite from the routine and monotony of the home kitchen. The families sit down for a get-together and chat as this place is known for its serene and calm atmosphere. The food is good, with a good variety from Chinese and continental to fast food, they have it all under the one roof.
However strict your palate might be about food, pizza however manages to keep its reputation as the most favorite amongst all age groups. Thankfully, the Pizza Hotspot make yummy, cheesy pizza, affordable on the purse and the service is fast, so as not to keep you waiting. The only problem is, you’ll probably want more.