Restaurants in Lucknow
Lucknow falls in the region of Awadh of the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The region of Awadh carries different nawab like style.
The most popular cuisine of this region includes Tunday Kabab, Biryanis, Kebabs and sweetened breads.
Restaurants in Lucknow offer different types of Kebabs including Kakori Kebabs, Shami Kebabs, Galawati Kebabs, Patili-ke-Kababs, Boti Kababs, Ghutwa Kababs and Seekh Kababs.
What to eat?
The town has a wide a number of excellent restaurants in Lucknow satisfying budgets and tastes.
The street food in Lucknow – Chaat is amongst the famous in city. Several places around the city serves lip-smacking chaat including Radhey Lal in Aliganj, Neel Kanth in Gomti Nagar, Shuklaa Chat and Motii Mahaal in Hazratgaanj, Chhapan Bhoog in Sadar and Jagdish Chaat House in old Lucknow Chowk.
Makkhan Malai established in 1805is the oldest shop of pure ghee (clarified butter) sweets. It is located at the famous Chowk. Other famous sweet is the rewadi, prepared from sugar and Til.
Lucknow non-vegetarian restaurants offer the famous Tundey Kebabs and Kakori kebabs alongwith scrumptious breads. Tundey Kebabs have been named after the one-armed chef Haji Murad Ali.
Complete your delicious dinner with a tasty Paan (preparation of beetle leaf), available at number of pan sellers scattered across the city.
More on the eateries?
Restaurants in Lucknow offer traditional feasts crafted by famous chefs of the city. These dishes exemplify the traditional and rich taste of the region of Awadh.
Family restaurants in Lucknow offer special menu including delicacies like Nehari Gosht, Lagan Ka Murg, Kundan Kaliyan, Mirchi Ka Salan, Dum Aloo Awadhi, Ulta Tawa Paratha, Sheermal, Yakhni Biryani, Shahi Tukra and Zafrani Kheer.
Family restaurants in Daman 2 times Daman vegetarian restaurants 1 time
The richness of Awadhi cuisine lies. not only in the variety but also in the ingredients used and the mode of preparation.
The Park gives you an opportunity to savour the pièce-de-résistance in the Oudhi Dastarkhwan*, the 'Galawati Kebab' and the outstanding Oudhi tradition of 'Dum Pukht' way of preparing food where ingredients are sealed in handis and placed over slow fire