Pakistani restaurant in Dubai sells menu items for just Dh10

Gulabo Restaurant is a Pakistani street food restaurant based on Damascus street offering one brilliant deal to celebrate Pakistani independence Day

Gulabo Restaurant FB page.
Gulabo Restaurant FB page.

Pakistani restaurant Gulabo in Dubai is offering everything on the menu for just Dh10 to celebrate Pakistani Independence Day.

Just for one day, August 14, everything is at the discounted price at the restaurant on Damascus street in Al Qusais. Popular menu items include chicken bun kebabs, chicken bihari rolls, biryani and malai boti kebabs.

 

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Your celebrations must start or end at Gulabo on 14th August. No Excuses :)

Posted by Gulabo Restaurant on Friday, August 11, 2017

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