Pakistan has a significant value for being a part of South Asian historic culture which had remained home to variety of cults and diverse creeds. British settlers possessed India in the 19th century and reigned her for almost a century till its partition in the year 1947. United India endured major cultural and societal changes during British era. After the freedom and partition from India, Pakistani culture evolved considerably over a period of time. To learn about this transformation and evolution directed the purpose of this study. Food is one of the most substantial aspect of cultural legacy and national character of any people (Murcott, 1982). Multiple studies (Atkinson,1980; Lévi_x0002_Strauss,1983; Leach,1976) have stressed about literal and symbolic value of food, cuisine, culinary practices and their relationship with nations and their philosophies. The variable under study for this paper is Cuisine of Pakistan. This paper attempts to study the integration of Colonial food culture with various aspects of Pakistani Cuisine. A thematic analysis of emergent themes which are cultural impact, economic impact and sociological impact of Colonial era on Pakistani cuisine was conducted and discussed with reference to the food products and food culture of British India which eventually got integrated in Pakistani culture and society. Purposive sampling was done for this study. Lahore is selected for this study to be conducted at and is delimited to the cuisine of Lahore, since it is a cultural hub and a historic city and also the provincial capital. Data was gathered through interviews with select panel of art historians, writers and field experts. Visual and literary evidencesfrom newspaper and museum archives were also included as primary data. Thematic analysis of three main themes demonstrated a significant impact of Colonial era on Pakistani cuisine which has seamlessly assimilated in the culture and society of Pakistan.