With its deco in the Indian style and cuisine prepared with our native spices, Rewayat in Islamabad upholds our tradition. It is mostly renowned for its mouthwatering selection of BBQ, Karahi, and Handi. In order for you to enjoy a wonderful time with your families, it offers Family Thali as well as BBQ Platters that are served with Biryani rice.
I must say its a startup that has studied human reactions efficiently and they have decorated their hotel ti give you a five star experience, but they are merely serving just a simple breakfast for Rs 1600, and at the same cost you can have good breakfast for almost a week in Islamabad
The best experience of traditional food. Makhni karahi and reshmi kebab were just love. It was a wholesome experience, taste was amazing service was really good. From start to end it was one of the best experience I had. I would definitely recommend anyone willing to spend bit of money for amazing taste then Riwayat is the place to go.
I don’t know why are they are experimenting with their interior again and again, Old interior was literally way better than the current one.Overall it is still a very good place to visit,I loved California Sandwich this time, everything was so great about it, fresh salad and delicious cheese made it so special. I am definitely going to eat it again.Chicken Supreme Steak and Tarragon Steak was just okayish, not good not bad just average.Parmo Hot shot was so bland, at one time it used to be so full of spices and flavour but it was not worth it this time, they did add the spices again on instructions again but still was not enough.Also tried Coke Float which was a big NO and Mint Margarita was average too.
Rewayat is a Pakistani food restaurant located at a central location in G-11 Markaz, just close to Tehzib Bakery. The restaurant has a very traditional local décor, both from outside and inside, depicting the local artwork that one generally observes on trucks and buses. Nice ambianceThey offer a nice range of Pakistani curries and BBQ food. We ordered finger fish, chicken tikka and chicken handi. All were reasonably well made. Service was prompt and rates were quite reasonable, costing Rs 700 to Rs 1000 per head, including drinks.