Yes I read quite a few articles about them in DAWN...Good read, nice to know.
I've heard there's also a small Goan Christian community in Karachi who stayed back, are there ? More importantly, do they run a restaurant or something there ?
Inside a Goan kitchen in Karachi
A tale of two seaports, one with a particular flavour and the other which boasts a multicultural culinary palate
UPDATED 12 OCT, 2017 01:58PM
The Goan community in Karachi might have shrunk but before you enter their homes, there’s always a whiff of spicy and tangy seafood at their doorstep — sharp aromas titillating the taste buds. As it turns out, cooking Goan food is a labour of love.
“I make my own masalas,” says Rita Lobo, in her three-room apartment in Saddar. At 79, she continues to cook for her family and grandchildren. “I used to grind the masalas on the grinding stone,” she says excitedly with her eyes sparkling. “I don’t do that anymore. I’m old! What to do?”
Today she employs domestic help for the arduous task of grinding the concoction of spices — a crucial practice in Goanese cooking.