If you are visiting Lucknow, then trying out the local street food is definitely a must do! Take out time for the mini food trips while in town and see your stay turn magically interesting!
The street food of Lucknow is a great delight to all the food lovers. Most of the street food shops have been selling their stuff for decades together shows their immense popularity with the city folks.
We bring you a list of top 10 street foods of Lucknow that you should definitely try while in town:
1. Royal Café Wali Basket Chaat.
If you are in Lucknow, you ought to try the basket chaat in Hazratganj at Royal café. It is the royal way to have chaat in Lucknow!
2. Pani Ke Batashe.
The kind of Pani ke Batashe or Golgappas that you can savor in Lucknow you cannot get anywhere else in the world!
Golgappas are filled with boiled chickpeas and six to seven types of flavored water to satiate your taste buds.
3. Tundey Ke Kabab.
If you are a non vegetarian, then you simply cannot miss going to Aminabad or Chowk and eat the most famous Tunday ke kababs.
The 100 year old kebab outlet is a great reason to visit the city frequently.
4. Bajpai Ki Puri Kachori.
You can trade your morning breakfast with Bajpai’s Puri Kachori with aloo chholey at Hazratganj to start your day on a filling note! We advice you reach early to avoid the long queue!
5. Wahid Ki Biryani.
Lucknow is a haven for Biryani lovers! Wahid ki Biryani tastes just as relishing as it did when it was launched in 1955. Prepared with 55 ingredients, it is worth every mouthful!
6. Prakash Ki Falooda Kulfi.
The creamy Kulfi with Falooda is the must have dessert when you are in Lucknow. You can catch it at Aminabad fruit lane. It can easily beat your favorite ice cream any given time.
7. Sharma Ki Chai And Samosa.
Mornings in Lucknow start with friends gathering at Sharma tea stall at Lalbagh. Sipping chai with round samosas certainly make the day special. While you are there, don’t miss the special bun-maska duo!
8. Chowk Ki Makkhan Malai.
In winters, you may enjoy Makkan Malai or Nimish best sold in Chowk area. Topped with pistachios, saffron and silver leaf, this frothy and milky dessert simply melts in your mouth.
9. Chhappan Bhog Ke Dahi Vade.
Visit Sadar area to have the mouth watering Dahi Vade available at the very famous Chappan Bhog sweet shop. We bet you can’t eat just one.
10. Kali Gajar Ka Halwa.
If you have a sweet tooth, the visit Chowk area in winters to relish the yummy kali gajar ka halwa (black carrot halwa)!
Have a great time relishing the gastronomical delights in the land of Nawabs. Enjoy your visit with loads of fun and food!