Preface: I apologize if this comes across harshly. I only seek to help you in your marketing efforts. If you are posting an image looking for praise and complements, then posting it at a design site, populated by designers, and asking for input, may not be the best venue.
This "flier" is completely unreadable. Start over.
Any time trying to improve this isn't worth the effort in my opinion.
That is not to say it's "bad"...but it does not fit the function of a flier.
In general, the function of a flier is to...
- Promote types of meals
- Promote a location
- Promote "Traditional Pakistani" flavors
Some missteps --
- Reverse type requires a bit more effort to be read.
- Thin, reversed type requires even more effort.
- Thin, italic, reversed type requires even more effort.
- Thin. italic, reversed type on a low contrast background requires even more effort.
- The vertical type on the far right is pointless. It's not visible and is overlooked for the most part. In fact, I didn't even know it was there for quite some time. Again, low contrast.
- Why does everything have an exclamation mark? Punctuation isn't necessary for a list.
- You are essentially asking viewers to not read things. Realize, for a flier, you have about half a second (or less) to grab a reader's attention before they merely dismiss things and throw it away. Asking readers to expend even 1/8th of a second to try and read something means you've lost them.
- Location Confusion
- Is this a food truck or a restaurant location???
- Do I need to go to the address on the left and look for a building?
- Is it a truck that travels and I should check the web site for locations?
- Or is it a truck which is always parked at the same location?
- There's a truck icon on the left, and the text refers to "street food", but the photo on right 2/3rds kinda looks like a structure? I realize it may be more of a "bus" than a food truck - but if that's the case the icon on the left certainly isn't fitting because it's exceptionally misleading.
- Actual photos of the truck or structure from outside as it would appear driving up to it, would aide users in actually finding whatever it is.
- If it's a consistent location, then that location needs to be much more prominent so customers can find it easily. In fact, a small map indicating nearby established landmarks may assist.
In my opinion, as this stands, it may be a "pretty picture" but fails completely to be a driving factor to gain new customers. You may seriously have the best food in the area and people will be thrilled when they find you... but with this flier, few are going to remember it 1 minute after seeing it. And even then, they'll remember that photo on the right and not much else.