Best Indian/pakistani food in sf
Try the garlic naan and spot it on Foodspotting!
Best indian in the city!
tandoori fish. do it.
Chicken Tikka Masala, Benghan Bharta, Garlic Naan, BYOB!
The last owner sold but the new family that purchased it is doing a great job. The menu changed slightly and the food seems to a be a little hotter (spice). Still highly recomended... And still BYOB
One of my favorite places in the city.
Hands down best Indian fare in SF. Not for the faint-hearted, but if you can handle food prepared with passion and intensity your meal here will be nothing short of a religious experience.
We argue a lot about the best Pakastani-Indian food in SF, but we all basically agreed that Lahore is probably the best of the best. BYOB from a nearby corner store. Excellent biriyani.
Food is great and affordable, but they are no longer BYOB after getting hassled by the city. So sad.
Awesome fish and tikka masala
My favorite South Asian restaurant in the city...
Awesome Nehari and goat curry. One of the best meals I've had in a while! The curries are really well integrated and feel like they've been cooked with the meat and not added in later. Good stuff!
The place doesn't look like much but the food is fantastic.
Chicken Korma and Naan. Can't go wrong with that.
Get the sweet naan: coconut, sweetened with sugar and raisins; perfection.
The food was incredible! This is a great little hole in the wall find.
Family-run feel and outright delicious Indian/Pakistani food; Gudu, previous owner/chef, lives on. Chicken Tikka Masala of course, tandoori chicken, lamb korma, samosa, naan -$10/pp- free chai! BYOB!
Best masala tea :) and that too unlimited :)
Vegetable Pakora is an amazing starter.
This bare bones operation has to be the best South Asian food in SF. Focus is on the food and nothing else. The vegetarian options, naan and samosas are all excellent!
sad news peeps- sounds like the fantastic owner/chef just sold. :-( http://sf.eater.com/archives/2012/05/01/lahore_karahis_new_owner_ends_an_era.php
Make sure to say hi to Guudu, the owner and chef. He's amazing!
If u don't get the chicken tandoori as a side dish, you're not a very responsible person...
try the garbanzo beans. Best you'll have ever.
bring your beer, or grab it at the corner store next door
Rice comes in large portions. Mango lassi creamy rich wonderful. Garlic naan is overrated.
It was kind of ok ok ..... Nothing great
My favorite Indian restaurant in the city, so far. Their naan is perfectly crispy & delicious.
Best Indian we've had in the city thus far however 30 min wait for food was long at dinner time. Order ahead with the app on your way over as they get backed up by the takeout orders!
Lahore is the best Indian food in SF. My go to's; naan, tandoori fish, chicken tikka masala & saag paneer. Fyi, don't wear your favorite clothes here. An SF hole in the wall treasure.
Hours are wrong.
Superb garlic naan
Shahee Paneer is authentic Pakistani !! Yum yum yummy
This is by far the best Pakistani food in SF. Try the Beef Seekh Kebabs next time you're here, very authentic!
Not quite the old Karahi. But still a good Indian joint.
Bring your own wine or beer.
I love this place because it is BYOB - I usually bring tall cans of Budweiser
Amazing tikka masala and saf paneers.
This restaurant has A fresh look and a new owner. The service is quick and the food is decent.
Chicken masala is great!
Amazing. Cheap. Nice family. BYOB.
Under new ownership and really not the place it was. Sad. We're going to miss the Tandoori fish.
i love all the vegetarian plates here, especially the eggplant and the naan. i also recommend getting the house rice.
Karahi Chicken - $7.00
Beware: this place will leave you smelling like a tandoori oven, but it has some of the most authentic indian/pakistani food in sf. yum.
This meal is fucking religious.
INCREDIBLE food—especially when you consider it's all turned out by one man and a prep cook/busboy/runner. Be patient, and you WILL NOT be disappointed. Try the chicken saag with garlic naan!
This place is bomb! He makes a tandoori fish to die for