When staying at The 108 Hotel, you’ve got a number of food choices available on site.
Loafology, Islamabad’s famous bakery and café, serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner options, while you will find Pan Asian food options at Sesame & Soy, which is one of Islamabad’s newest Pan Asian restaurants.
What you need to know is that when you book directly through our website, our staying guests get 15% off their bill when they dine at either Loafology or Sesame & Soy.
Guests are welcomed in Loafology from 6:30am – 11pm each day and in Sesame & Soy from 6pm to 11pm each day.


Loafology is Islamabad’s best European style bakery and our mission is to bring delicious, long fermentation, sourdough breads, viennoiserie and flavoursome European style cuisine to those who love food. Everything at Loafology is made by hand, created with the best ingredients that we can source. It’s all about an artisan food experience. We don’t believe in using artificial additives, improvers or sugar in our breads. Loafology’s menu is guided by the seasons and ethical principles. Seasonal fruit and vegetables are fresher and tastier. Where possible we source locally from organic farmers in the region.

Whether it is to relax and unwind, catch up with friends or work in the cafe, we invite you to experiment and try our range of breads, buttery pastries, cakes, salads, sandwiches and meals to find the ones that speak to your taste buds.

Sesame & Soy

The latest venture of The 108 Hotel team is Sesame & Soy Restaurant where you will experience the best Pan Asian in Islamabad. The open kitchen is where the magic happens and our skilled chefs take you on a culinary journey through Sichuan, Tokyo, Bali, and Bangkok. Playing on both Eastern and Western themes, we sought to create an energetic ambiance that celebrates the Art Deco era and Asian traditions. We looked to the past and reimagined it by merging the two cultures in the design of the interior.

Flashes of neon lighting recognize the famous neon signage history of Hong Kong. Vintage, handcrafted, silk-embroidered wall hangings collected by the owner’s late father pay homage to Chinese culture and design.

Descending into the restaurant lobby, monochrome tiles contrast with massive Asian inspired paintings together with a large ‘lip’ sofa and ostrich feather lamp creating a vibrant, energetic ambiance.

The open kitchen is where the magic happens and we celebrate the concept of shared dishes with a selection of the very best from the different regions and the very best hot pot in town. Leave room for desert with fried milk and banana fritters the hands down winners.