Exclusive dining: Pakistani hole-in-the wall dishes up faves


              Marinated chicken chops are prepared for customers at a Baking Virsa eatery in Lahore, Pakistan, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022. Baking Virsa, a hole-in-the-wall in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore is described as the country's most expensive restaurant for serving household favorites like flatbreads and kebabs at high prices. (AP Photo/K. M. Chaudary)
            
              People eat breakfast at a famus food street of Gawalmandi, an old area of Lahore, Pakistan, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022. Gawalmandi is the city's neighborhood crammed with people, vehicles, animals, and food stalls. (AP Photo/K. M. Chaudary)
            
              Bilal Sufi, owner of Baking Virsa eatery, prepares kebabs in Lahore, Pakistan, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022. No menu. Baking Virsa, a hole-in-the-wall in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore described as the country's most expensive restaurant for serving household favorites like flatbreads and kebabs at exorbitant prices. (AP Photo/K. M. Chaudary)
            
              Bilal Sufi, owner of Baking Virsa eatery, prepares kebabs in Lahore, Pakistan, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022. No menu. Baking Virsa, a hole-in-the-wall in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore described as the country's most expensive restaurant for serving household favorites like flatbreads and kebabs at exorbitant prices. (AP Photo/K. M. Chaudary)
            
              Bilal Sufi, left, owner of Baking Virsa eatery, serves traditional kebabs and naan bread in Lahore, Pakistan, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022. No menu. Baking Virsa, a hole-in-the-wall in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore described as the country's most expensive restaurant for serving household favorites like flatbreads and kebabs at exorbitant prices. (AP Photo/K. M. Chaudary)
            
              People wait to be served dinnert in the famous food street of Gawalmandi, an old area of Lahore, Pakistan, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022. Gawalmandi is the city's neighborhood crammed with people, vehicles, animals, and food stalls. (AP Photo/K. M. Chaudary)
Exclusive dining: Pakistani hole-in-the wall dishes up faves