Street Food in Peshawar – AMAZING PAYA + CHARSI TIKKA | Pakistani Food Tour!

– Good morning, I hope
you’re having an amazing day. It’s Mark Wiens, I’m in Peshawar,
which is an ancient city in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
province of Pakistan. This is a city that I, one of
the cities that I most wanted to visit in Pakistan because they’re known for their food culture. It’s an ancient city. And so today we’re gonna go
on a food tour of Peshawar, eat a lot of street food. We’re gonna explore the
ancient markets and traders. And so it’s gonna be a
full tour of Peshawar. We are gonna start for breakfast and I’m gonna share all the food with you in this video today right now. (upbeat music) Hello, good morning. – Vikas. – How are you? We’re at the Hashtnagri Gate in the old, ancient city of Peshawar and this is where we’re
gonna have breakfast. This is, we’re just gonna
walk around for a little bit. – We just have a quick halwa puri here and then the place which is for the payes is, you know, just five centimeters away. (speaking in a foreign language) (food sizzling) – Quite a bustling stall here. They are flying on the puris, but they’re deep frying the puris. This place is known for their halwa puri, and yeah, it’s pretty,
very well-known, actually. It’s packed in the morning. (speaking in a foreign language) So there’s always three
components to this dish: the puri, which is the fried dough, the halwa, which is the
sweet semolina pudding, and then the chana, which
is the chana masala, which is the chickpea stew. (speaking in a foreign language) Conditions are a little bit tight in here. I’m gonna grab one of the puris. I’m gonna start with the
chana, the chickpeas. Oh, the chickpeas are amazing here. Some of the chickpeas have
disintegrated into the sauce, but others are still remaining whole. It’s so flavorful, you
can taste that desi ghee. This is the halwa made from the semolina, and also desi ghee, And it has kind of an orange color to it. (people speaking in a foreign language) Mmm, yeah it’s like a pudding. Less grainy than other versions
that I’ve had, as well. Sweet, but I prefer the,
I prefer the chickpea. Some of the better chickpeas I’ve had. A small little golf ball, flattened golf ball-sized sweet puri. Oh yeah, it’s like a little pastry cake. (engine puttering) Breakfast was good; it’s a
little bit on the oily side, to get the morning started. But it is, I especially
like the chickpea curry. We’re gonna move on now to
eat another breakfast dish that you cannot miss
when you’re in Peshawar. – [Ali] This place is called Naiki Paye. This is a legendary– – Naiki Paye – A very famous Paye in Peshawar. – Oh ho ho ho, yes. Okay, this is the, this is
gonna be the real breakfast, and you can already smell
the meatiness of it. (speaks in a foreign language) Has to be one of the coolest
stalls I’ve ever seen. Ho ho ho ho, that’s the meat. (laughs) (men speaking in foreign language) (spoon scraping clay pot) (upbeat music) Person grabs, fishes out some of the meat and some of the trotters. He kind of scoops that around, puts that into your bowl and then he reaches into
the giant, tilted pot, clay pot, and fishes out some of the soup, and then puts that on top, and then finally finishes
up with some desi ghee, which looks like it’s infused with chilies and oil and spices. It looks so rich, so comforting and warm. One of the more beautiful
looking red oily dishes I have ever seen in my life. And you can just see the meat, it’s just, it’s just ultra falling apart. So you’ve got the combination, it’s like 50 percent of the cow foot which has just been rendered down into just gelatinous floppiness, and then 50 percent of the meat which is just, it just looks like stringy, stringy fall-apart tender. Ho, ho, ho, it’s just, you
can’t even, it’s so tender. And just dripping with the
desi ghee and that spice. Look at that meat. Okay, I didn’t even get any of
the trotter on my first bite, but that’s just the meat. Look at that. (upbeat music) Mmm, oh the garlic in there, you can really taste the garlic. That’s so rich. It’s so oily. And that meat is so tender. It’s just like all oozey-goozey
things all together in one single bowl, that you can tell it’s been
stewed for so many hours until it just completely
harmonizes together. And then just wrapped up in
more just like liquid meat. That’s going to be jiggly. (upbeat music) Whoa. The liquid collagen. That trotter, it’s just, I mean it’s the skin and fat combined. But it’s so soft it just
melts in your mouth, but you’ve got every kind of like oozey, gelatinous, like jelly texture in your mouth all at the same time. – I always used to think that
the Bhawra had the best payas, but I think Chowry’s has even
better payas than Bhawra. – Look at that chunk, look at
that chunk I just pulled out. Oh, and you get things that
hang, just gelatinous bits that just can’t control themselves. It’s like one of the richest, but most flavorful dishes I’ve every had and that’s just like pure
glorification of meat. Another thing that you’ll notice is that the bread here, the tandoori roti, is thicker than most
versions that you’ll have, and that’s because you actually need it. It helps because you have
to mop up all of that ghee, all of the oil, all of the fats, all of the gelatiney trotters. You gotta mop that all up with the bread. And so you have to have
that thick, spongy bread. (speaking foreign language) It’s a tradition to drink
green tea in Peshawar. So you’ll see green tea all over. I am sure we’ll be drinking
more green tea today. And what’s great about it though, is it’s just not green tea, they also crushed a
few pods of cardamom in and boiled that within the tea so you’ve got that essence of cardamom. – [Mark] Shukeriya. (speaking foreign language) That was amazing. Oh, shukeriya, shukeriya. One of the top dishes that
I’ve eaten so far in Pakistan. The garlickiness really stood out to me. And then just the, I mean
the trotter was great because it was so soft and oozey, but the actual meat is
what I enjoyed the most. From here we’re off to just walk around the historical center of Peshawar. It’s an ancient city and this
was an important market place, which has now been restored. It’s actually quite, kind of
calm and peaceful here today. (motor bike puttering) Nice to meet you. (upbeat music) (engine puttering) We made it to the clock
tower which is a landmark. And the clock tower was
built in the year 1900 by the British to celebrate
the Queen Jubilee. (motor bike puttering) I’ve got just half my butt on the seat, so I’ve gotta balance here. But we’re gonna go to the other side of the walled city, the old city, because there’s a very iconic
and very ancient mosque that we’re going to check out. Everyone’s in the back. Hello Micah. – Micah, hello. (speaking foreign language) (upbeat music) – Whoa, that was a sharp turn. Okay, we’re heading down
an alley, whoa ho ho. (motor puttering) (upbeat music) That kind of rattled around
those trotters in my stomach. We have just arrived. – This is Masjid Mahabat Khan, located in Andar Sheher, which is basically the
old city of Peshawar. – And this is an ancient
mosque in Peshawar. – Yes. – [Mark] Okay, step inside
of here, and it’s just this calm courtyard with marble floors. And what’s really fascinating
is the front of the mosque with the minarets and just
the detail, and the doors. Everything is white, but then the doors, they have some blue tiles in them. It just feels that you have
taken a step back in time here. – [Micah] Come on, come on! (upbeat music) – Okay, so we’ve walked
over to what is, in English, is the Storytellers Bazaar, but in– – Qissa Khawani Bazaar. – Qissa Khawani. It’s called Qissa Khawani Bazaar, which is famous for storytelling. Since ancient times, this is a market, this is a bazaar area where people would, traders would come, especially
along the silk road, right? They would share their
stories, drink tea– – [Vikas] Bhindi qehwa. – Green tea, which is called qehwa. So that’s what we’re going to do, we’re going to walk through the bazaar, we’re going to have some
green tea, and, yeah. Very cool history, very cool place. (motor puttering) Just stepping down this alley, maybe it’s going to
lead to another street, it’s kind of mysterious. (speaking foreign language) (pots clanging) (water bubbling) The green tea. (man speaking in foreign language) The key ingredient that you
have to have with green tea when you’re in this region is cardamom. So he has a little mortar and pestle, he crushes the cardamom
to release that flavor, plops it into your tea,
lets it boil and simmer. It’s going to be really nice. (pots hissing) Oh, he’s pouring it,
okay, I better get there. (people conversing in foreign language) It’s just an open floor space area. People used to get tea,
drink tea, tell stories, just hang out. – [Together] Cheers. – [Joel] Cheers, man. (speaking foreign language) – Ahhhh, it’s so good. Just that pure, I mean it’s so freshly boiled, but the cardamom, that’s
what really makes this– – [Man] Yeah. – And part of the entire experience is watching them make it, because that’s such a
unique way to make the tea. It’s really, and just
the ancient tea kettles. I’m sure that makes a difference
with the taste of the tea. – [Mark] Thank you. Shukeriya. – [Vikas] Shukeriya (speaking foreign language) – Well, that was great. Most people in Peshawar speak
a language called Pashto. And the name of the dish
that we are about to go eat is called? – [Vikas] It’s maguvha, basically brains and in Urdu you call it maghaz. – [Mark] Oh, in Urdu it’s
maghaz and in Pashto? – [Vikas] Brain masala. – [Mark] Brain masala. – In Pashto, it’s saal maguvha. – That’s what we’re gonna eat next because we just saw a man who
is selling it right up here. He’s gonna make it fresh. (speaking foreign language) – [Man] This is buffalos brain. – [Mark] Buffalo brains, nice. (cooking flames whooshing) (food sizzling) (spoon tapping in pan) (food sizzling) Okay. We saw the plate of brains and we just could not pass
by him without ordering a plate of brains, it’s like
scrambled brains masala. Got some fresh tandoori roti. (upbeat music) – Mmmmm, ho ho ho ho ho. Ho ho ho, that is sensational. The brain is so creamy, and
like mashed up scrambled. You’ve got the tomatoes, the garlic, and the coriander in there
really comes in nicely. Wow, that is impressive. And fried so fresh and hot. That’s incredible. Okay next up I’m going to
try some of that chutney. I’ll touch the bread with the chutney. It’s like a tomatoey chutney
and then grab some of, after that grab some of the brains. It’s okay to do it something like this? – [Man] Yeah, yeah,
it’s the way you do it. – That’s the way you do it, okay. That is, that is amazing. And then with that chutney, that like adds the cooling, refreshing element to it. What I really like is the freshness of the chilies and the coriander in there. (upbeat music) – Huh, huh, ho ho, mmmm. Okay, I could understand
if a Peshawari man, thinking of this, dreaming
of this in the winter. – Oh wow! Oh wow. – [Mark] That is amazing. – I mean I would have regretted it if I had not tasted this thing. – [Mark] Yeah, you
would have regretted it. – It’s amazing, full marks! – Unbelievably good, like the
brain literally just melted into that sauce and masala and desi ghee. He is a master of brains masala. And that entire brains
fry cost just 90 rupees. So, that’s like at the moment
122 or so to the dollar, so that’s like 75 cents. – Yeah. – For that plate.
– Yeah. – Whoa. What a spot, what a dish. – I’m not surprised it was awesome, but man, it was awesome! – [Mike] Hahaha, yeah. – [Joel] That was so awesome. (energetic music) – [Ali] Peshawari cap. – [Mark] Ah, Peshawari cap. – You want to try one? (exciting music) – Nice. – It looks good. – Nice, I like that design. – You look like a local, we
have loved Peshawars so much. We have decided to look like locals. – [Mark] Yes. (upbeat music) (speaking foreign language) (machine whirring) It’s so frothy, it’s so, look at that, just, there’s no sugar or anything in it. Just purely squeezed pomegranate seeds. Ho ho ho ho! Oh, that’s incredible, naturally sweet. You’ve got that sourness,
but the froth, whoa, man! I have never had that
good of pomegranate juice, it’s almost banana-ey, and like the perfect
tartness and sweetness. – [Joel] It looks like
an orange, you know, and it’s obviously a citrus. But that flavor is incredible, and it is, at first taste, obviously
it is not an orange, it’s like lime, like the
father of lime, basically. – It’s a mamong in English, I believe, or something along those lines. And he just freshly squeezed it. Mmmm, mmm, to me it’s more lemony, but not really lemony either. You can taste the bitter pith
flavor of it, like a lemon. (road noise) (pan clanking) Okay, ho ho ho ho. The next place we’re stopping on this ultimate food
tour of Peshawar is to eat Peshwari pulao, and pulao is
very famous in this region. It’s a rice dish, you
can smell the spices. There’s chickpeas in it, there’s raisins, there’s chunks of meat. They actually, I think they
make it that big pot there, they cook it in the pot and
then when they serve it, they put it into this
big metal serving bowl. (man speaking in foreign language) Okay, great. Just have some low stools to sit on. I’m going to put it onto a little stool. And then you can see he
got some meat in there, there’s some chickpeas, you can see the spices as well in there, right out of the pot. The raisins, or the
sultans, they just provide enough sweet and tartness
to contrast the saltiness of the rice and meat, really
like, really aromatic. And that beef in there is so good, and just like a hint of black
pepper taste in there as well. – That tops any Sunday
roast I’ve ever had. That, that is comfort food. – [Mark] Yeah, this is good. (upbeat music) (speaking foreign language) – Directly outside from
where we just ate the pulao, there’s a man who is selling
two different dishes. The main pot is lassi. The other is saag, so
he has a pot of saag, which is like a wild spinach. He topped it with chili
flakes, he serves you the saag in a little bowl with
a unique type of bread that I haven’t seen before. And then he whips up your lassi. (metal and ice clanking) (speaking foreign language) – [Mark] Okay. – [Man] Like this. (liquid pouring) (liquid sloshing) (man speaking foreign language) – And serves it to you
in like a metal bowl. Whoa, oh wow, that is
so cool and refreshing. That’s like buttermilk, frothy too. Oh yeah, that’s great. Tastes like liquid cottage cheese. You’ve got to try that, that is awesome. – Yeah, it smells, it smells cheesy. I was expecting it to
be at least a bit sweet. It’s not sweet at all. Yeah, that’s great. – Okay next I’m going to
try some of that saag. And that’s a really thick
bread, it’s like a cornbread. Okay, grab a bit of this. Oh, and it doesn’t feel buttery, it doesn’t feel like
there’s desi ghee in it, it feels more, like, watery. Mmm, mmmm, very nice. Well that’s just like pure. You just taste like spinach and then the dried chilis in there. Really healthy tasting. – Mmm. – [Mark] So healthy tasting. – So healthy, so nice, very nice, mm hm, and the spice just kicks
in a bit late, but yeah. It’s a good after taste. (upbeat music) – Wow, that’s just like the pure lassi, just straight, like, drinkable cheese. And just look at this, look at this scene. We are on the side of the road. There’s just people all
around, surrounding us. Man, the people here are
so nice, so friendly. They’ve welcomed us in. – You from Thailand? – [Mark] Thailand, yes. – I know, I see you in Thailand. – [Mark] Thank you very much. Peshawar is, what a
city it is, what a city. Bye-bye. (energetic music) (upbeat music) We’ve arrive to an area
called Namak Mandi, so Ali was just explaining to me that Namak means salt, Mandi
means market or bazaar. So this is probably, it
definitely has history as being a salt trading area. They’re known for their meat in Peshawar in this entire region. (speaking foreign language) – [Mark] How are you? – How are you?
– Fine, thank you. This is the main one, this
is the legendary spot. Animals are just hanging out here, literally hanging out. (metal clanging) – [Ali] So we will choose
the portion of meat which we want to have. – [Mark] Ah, okay. – [Ali] And they will
cut it in front of us. (speaking foreign language) – So you choose your chunk of lamb, and we’re going to get a
couple of different dishes, I know we’re going to get
some stuff on the grill and then also a karahi, which is the rounded skillet pan. – [Ali] Because of the
skewers, skewers it. (meat sizzling) (utensils tapping) (pans sizzling) – And they’re also making the
kaharis in the front here, but look at this chicken display! It’s 360! Oh, I just bumped into a car. A 360 chicken rotation, around a barrel. Ho, ho, ho, that’s amazing! (pots clanging) (food sizzling) So he’s making the lamb kahari here. You can see tomatoes are going here, and just the fat is just
sizzling out into oil. Oh, here comes in some chilies. (men talking in foreign language) Oh, yes, okay. Wow, that looks and smells incredible. It just sizzles in its own fat. Oh, the tomatoes, yeah. And we walked past the duck
underneath the chicken, 360 chicken formation again. But we have put in our order
for the kahari and the grill. And that’s going to take
about an hour to cook because it has to cook
until it’s really tender. So in the meantime we’re going to go over to this really well-known
place where the local sandals, which are called the chappalis, chappala? – Yeah, this place, they
make Peshwari chappals. – Chappals, chappals, okay. – Peshwari chappals have
been famous for long, but this specific shop is famous because the Prime Minister
of Pakistan, Imran Khan, he got a chappal designed
for himself here. And he buys from this shop. – Chappals, so that’s the
next fashion accessory that we need to get. – This chappal is now a brand. – [Ali] And there’s a
story behind this chappal, when the Prime Minister wanted a chappal, he asked some of his friends in Peshawar to get him a chappal
that has a thicker sole. So the guy came here
and asked the shopkeeper to make a chappal with
a slightly thicker sole. – [Mark] Wow, cool. – But the shopkeeper
ended up making a chappal with too thick a sole. So he told the guy, I have made a mistake. The sole has become too
thick, so you might as well take this chappal to the Prime Minister, who knows he like it? So when they took the chappal
to the Prime Minister, and he was like, wow, this is so good. – [Mark] Oh, okay, cool! – [Ali] A world famous Greg Turr. – [Mark] Oh, yeah. – [Ali] And this is the
Prime Minister of Pakistan. – [Mark] And this is the
Prime Minister of Pakistan. – And you can see the Prime
Minister’s picture over there. – [Mark] Yes. (speaking foreign language) – They make everything by
hand in this little shop. Oh, I thought that was a stool,
but that’s a giant battery. Okay, and this is very, very cool. – [Ali] This is the extra thick sole. – [Mark] This is the Prime Minister’s one? – [Ali] This is the Prime Minister’s one. – [Mark] Oh, extra thick sole. – [Ali] Extra thick sole, yeah. – [Vikas] And look at
its weight, it’s light. – [Mark] Oh, what a sandal. – [Ali] Yeah. – Try this on. Oh yeah, I think this one
is a little bit small. (men talking in foreign language) Sandal, I’ve never done
this much sandal shopping in my life. I think I’ve decided on these. What do you think about these? These are awesome, I
even took off my socks. Yeah, these are the ones right here. Immediately you can feel the airflow, the airflow in these sandals, right? You can really feel the airflow. – The toes have chilled
out to a new level. – I hope the people in
Bangkok will love these shoes. – [Mark] Oh, yeah. – And they’ll ask you about them. – They are so comfortable. – They are extremely comfortable. Very foamy, very cushioned,
they have a great cushion. – [Vikas] The dumba kahari will be ready. – [Mark] The dumba kahari will be ready. – From head to toe, we
are the Peshwari boys now, the Peshwari boys. (upbeat music) (speaking foreign language) – [Man] Whoa! – Yes. So we’re sitting in this section. We got a whole booth with a carpet. And the meat should be ready. We got two different dishes. They prepared the lamb
in two different ways. One is the kahari, with all the
spices and the tomato sauce. One is the grill, so those
are like the rib sections that have just been grilled up. (laughing) – Ultimate position for eating, hahaha. So the grilled one is called the tikka. And these are lamb chops. – [Together] Cheers. – Mmmm. – It just fell off, I didn’t even bite it. – It’s just everything
you want in a lamb chop. It’s so tender, I think
it’s mostly just salt. There’s not like a marinade of spices. It’s just the pure meat
roasted over charcoal. The dumba kahari, lamb kahari. And there’s, yeah, you can
see how they just reduce it. They reduce it, they keep on cooking it until it reduces into a thick sauce. Whoa, ho, ho, the kahari does it again. This one is just very tomatoey, and you’ve got just big
chunks of lime there. You can really taste the
green chiles in there too. Follow that with a spoonful of raita, which is the yogurt
infused with coriander. Mm, mm, oh, like the dill
flavor, in that right now. That completes the
experience in your mouth. And not to mention, both dishes
complement each other, so, oh, is that some raita on my chin? And once again, got
some Peshawari green tea to finish off the meal. Whoa, that’s hot! Oh, the cardamom is always so nice, it always just hits the spot. And actually this is going
to be the end of the meal. This is going to be the final
meal of this tour of Peshawar. From here we’ve got to move on. What a day it has been in Peshawar. Ahhhh. It is time to utilize the cushion. Oh, ha ha ha. – [Ali] This is my signature position. – So your signature position is like this. (laughing) (upbeat music) – [Joel] The design is so simple and cool. – [Mark] This has been
one of the greatest cities that we’ve visited in Pakistan. The culture, the ancient
streets, the action, the colors, and the energy. and the people that we’ve interacted with, has been amazing, and this has
been some of the best food. I mean, Peshawar, I
wanted, specifically wanted to visit Peshawar because
the food is so well known throughout all of Pakistan. And I want to say a
huge thank you to Vikas, He’s local from here,
he’s brought us around, and he did a lot of planning for us. And also to Ali for arranging everything, including our entire trip to Pakistan. So I’ll have their links
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  • Your face has no bone ,

  • Living in pakistan I just have eaten Chaplin kebab from vendors once

  • I'm so enjoy and watering seeing pakistan spicy meat 🤤

  • Beware from terrorists… it's around on you…

  • Mark after Traveling the whole world , If asked what is the best food you had , I have a feeling you will say Mediterranean .

  • Best food in the world muslim pakistani food🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪

  • It's wierd to see this guy entered with shoes in hands into muslim temple. I don't know why they allow him with shoes inside. This is why British ruled us for 200years. If we see foreigner we allow everything. That scene should be deleted. Burgers besides him made this worst. If it's in India we will hang him

  • God give me chance to for Peshawar love from India 🇮🇳

  • كل الاحترام والتقدير للشعب الباكستاني

  • Aray bahi can i get this chappels in India pls.i mean anywhere I can buy in India.?

  • My city Peshawar miss my city inshallah I coming back after 9 years😢😢

  • لو سلمو من اﻻرهاب اﻻيراني والقطري هم بخير

  • Wowso nice . imkhan

  • Lovely lovely vlog love pakistan

  • The freaky little face this dude does when he likes something…

    It looks like the kids from Adams family!!!

  • No women working anywhere, what a crazy.

  • Mujhe bhi Jana h Pakistan m 😭😭😭😭kya khana h, 😳😳love from India

  • These foods are so unhealthy.
    Just a few months of these type of food and your cholesterol levels will shoot up and eventually lead to coronary artery diseases.

  • pakstani kutta ne anglo pahlebar dakha h

  • Besides the fantastic food , the people here have that uniquely dignified look about them , without meaning to belittle other peoples . Just got love them . This video has aroused a desire to visit Peshawar . Seriously .

  • 1:43 my friend what I get good grades he got bad grades then me he’s staring me wow I’m now helots

  • dont smile while eating, you look weird.

  • You guys are welcome to come to the city of Peshawar land of hospitality, land of courageous people…. Lots of love from my hometown Peshawar…. ❤️💖

  • How much did the sandals cost? Anyone know?

  • I love ❤😘 this بھارت سے محبت

  • Love from india

  • Bismillah

  • Pakistani have beautiful delicious traditional food 🙀🙀🙀

  • 5.03, the guy sitting next to mark has such an amazing personality, just look at him

  • They have a lot of food….I wish I can go there…

  • Thaliya from bharath whoooo

  • Salaam from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • Sala bhukhaaaad ki Ulad …

  • Really enjoyed this video! Think it was because not just a look into the food but also their craft!!

  • disgusting meat

  • Love you from Pakistan

  • 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  • people are surrounding you perhaps you are an alien 👾.

  • I am so happy you come in our country and taste our food.

  • 🌹🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🌹👌👌👌👌👌

  • Pakistan is better than india

  • Baahi aaba i qabatay

  • Love from India 🇮🇳 to pakistani good people i wish our misunderstanding could resolve soon….

  • i feel like food vloggers have done more to show the real side of pakistan in a year or two than the pakistani politicians have done in 50 years

  • What's the heart attack ratio in that city??


  • Pashtuns are amazing people. Love the video and the food.

    25:13 that Bachabaaz Stare😂

  • Terrorist country pakistan

  • Mark redefined what a Food Show was all about, This man with his Oh Wow and Crazy Eyes, is a Pioneer in Showing the World how to do a Proper food Channel that Does not just Scratch the surface BUT goes into the Most Remotest of Areas to find the Origins of Traditional Amazing food that has not changed for Generations….

  • Las caras de todos atrás como diciendo : que le asombra tanto b jaja

  • mark wiens you visit daska

  • Imagine what Mark Wiens said when he saw his penis for the first time and actually new what it was. “Oh it just hangs!”

  • Ancient city of peshawer

  • Peshawer in pakistan

  • Pakistani food have their own style

  • You should revisit peshawer and make some pakistani food there yourself

  • Awesome reminds me of hyderabad love from india !!

  • Land of hospitable people welcomes mark weins

  • Can anyone eat meat as brain.!!!!🤔😌

  • very nice

  • Filthy country. Women/girls are locked away. A cult masquerading as a religion. Yet you celebrate this?

  • Sale tera phone cash wallet passport sb jaruri items chura k bhag jayege ye pakistani log ghum to raha h tu pak ki roads pe………

  • It looks so disgusting and he was eating that by his hands :((( there is a pollution problems around

  • Ohh that is really a comfort food that you love to eat but you’ll tell your best friend its too oily.

  • i am Pakistani city Peshawar

  • Love Pakistan from Indonesia 😘😚

  • ഉഫ് നാവിൽ വെള്ളം

  • Welcome to Peshawar

  • Proud to be a Peshawari.If you are a meat lover. Peshawar is the place for you.

  • Mark you are nice person really thanksalot for come my sweet city

  • 🧒

  • 🙊🙊🙊🙊🐫

  • wa g wa wadia pak aaleo …baba nanak kade chakkar lagve dve pak da …lvu bros …frm punjab

  • Munh me pani agaya

  • Shyad ap me gehon ka atta aour hamere ate koi farak nazar nahi aa raha hai to phir dono dilo ki durya kaisi

  • Love from peshawar Pakistan…And we treat people of all the world That he came to Pakistan.

  • Salam from Azerbaijan 🇦🇿 to all pakistani brothers and sisters 🥰

  • Peshwar food is looking good. hope to visit there

  • The Land of Hospitality & Delicious Foods and Hospitable & Friendly people's

  • I love Pakistan from algeria👌💚💚

  • Thanks mark for visiting Pakistan 🇵🇰 and especially to Peshawar and breaking the stereotypes

  • It looks like slum

  • #PKMKB

  • Love Pakistan from India..UAE

  • Beside this we would be still
    called terrorists

  • Mazgha🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • goes to pakistan and says 'desi ghee'

  • How is he so slim even after eating all those things

  • No women around…it's like a forbidden city… or an curse one…..

  • Well that pomegranate juice 🥤 is really best in the world .

  • Love my pakistan!

  • The man next to him is super handsome <3

  • 😊😋🤗

  • Nice🤗😘

  • You are very good

  • Maybe someday you'll receive a bomb there in your plate.

  • hummmm

  • The city of foodies

  • I prayed in that masjid many times … Quite near to our hostel ….

  • kon kon pakistani watch kar raha ha yeh video

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