On the near Odeon Cinema, Machchli Mohaal
Mohammad Rahim says that this business was started by his father Makhdoom Baksh about 80 years ago. They used to live in this locality itself. He started out with tea and qeema samosa. Rahim’s mother used to prepare the qeema samosas. Even when Rahim was young, it was his mother’s samosas that he used to sell from a small wooden platform. Now they have a proper shop and apart from the perenniel favourite qeema samosas, they offer roasted chicken, tikka, wraps and burgers. Rahim’s son has also started helping in the business now.