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Lahore Grill Indo-Pak Restaurant
1869 Cobb Pkwy S. Suite 150
Marietta, GA 30060
Lahore Grill in Marietta is fast gaining popularity as a
restaurant that serves Indo-Pak cuisine cooked the
traditional way. Run by three brothers, Azmat, Asad Ali, and
Zulfiqar, the restaurant prides itself in offering popular
Indian and Pakistani dishes that are cooked to retain
Lahore Grill is also one of the few South Asian restaurants
to offer sugar-free dessert options on its menu.
Housed in a former Mexican restaurant that has now been
refurbished with Indian and Pakistani art, Lahore Grill
offers a fine dining experience at fast food prices. The
atmosphere is family friendly, and the service genuinely
warm and hospitable. The food is fresh, and very authentic
The vegetarian section of the menu includes popular items
like palak paneer, bhindi masala, dal fry and Bombay aloo-
most of them in the $5.99 price range.
The non-vegetarian dishes on the menu include chicken
makhani, chicken katakat, chicken tikka masala, Lahori
mutton karahi, mutton korma, Lahori Palak ghost and a host
of other all time favorites- in the $5.99 to $6.99 price
For those who yearn for something tantalizing, there are
appetizers like the samosa chaat, aloo tikki, vegetable
pakora, dahi bhalley, gol gappey, shrimp pakora etc. to
The tandoor range has tender, flavorful chicken tikka botis,
chicken kababs, lamb lababs and botis and seekh kababs.
Lahore Grill also offers specialty foods like nihari,
harissa, Lahori charga roast, tandoori batairey, tava fish
fry and paya that have become the popular with patrons.
Rice and roti items are plentiful. Apart from the popular
vegetable, chicken and mutton biriyani options, the
restaurant also offers variations of the ubiquitous naan
like the garlic naan and keema naan, and paratha options
like aloo paratha and keema paratha. The tandoori roti and
onion kulcha are popular choices.
For patrons with a sweet tooth, there’s delicious Lahori
falooda, kheer, gajraila, kulfis and rasmalai to choose
Apart from the lunch buffet ($8.99) that has become a
mandatory feature at all Indo-Pak restaurants, Lahore Grill
also offers a grand lunch and dinner buffet. Priced at
$11.99 per person, the grand buffet features over 25 popular
and specialty dishes from the menu. If the full house on a
Saturday evening was any indication, the dinner buffet is a
super hit with patrons.
The three brothers, who have been in the restaurant business
for a long time, have made a name for themselves in the
Marietta area. “We have lived in this area for over 16 years
now. The community knows us,” says Asad Ali.
Eldest brother Azmat is a top chef with over 28 years of
restaurant experience. He manages the kitchen and rustles up
the delectable dishes on the menu.
Lahore Grill has facility for parties at its premises. The
restaurant also takes catering orders.