LUCKNOW a large city in northern India, is the capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh. Lucknow is popularly known as the, The City of Nawabs. Ranging from luxury to mid-range to budget, there are many options for accommodation in Lucknow. A visit to Lucknow is incomplete without a visit to Tundey ke kabab. Besides kebabs, biryani, kulfi are famous Lucknow delicacies as is the Lucknowi chaat.
Momo is a simple and healthy snack made with delicious vegetable and chicken stuffing, and it, is served with a variety of unique sauces that are spicy and even sweet. If there is anything that makes cold winter warm, its juicy and flavorsome momo filled with tender chicken and spices that salivate your mouth, wanting for more. They are steamed dumplings filled with onion, carrot, herbs, cabbage, etc.
Pav bhaji is a fast food dish from Mumbai, India consisting of a vegetable curry (Bhaji) cooked in tomato gravy and served with a soft bread roll (Pav). But as everyone knows, any food can be made healthy. Pav Bhaji uses refined oil instead of butter. Pav bhaji contains a lot of veggies.
3 Bhel Puri
Bhel puri is a snack that is a standard part of Indian cuisine. As a favorite snack, the dish is usually considered a form of chaat, a family of snacks that is usually, served on small plates. While there are several, different recipes for bhel puri, most include some combination of fruits and vegetables.
Aloo Tikki Chat
Aloo Tikki chat is a famous Indian street food. They are massed and spiced potato patties that are deep-fried. The potato patties are topped with yogurt, chutneys, and chopped onions. Aloo tikki also known as Aloo ki tikkia, aloo ki tikki and alu tikki, is a snack originating from India.
5 Snowboll (Barf Ka Gola)
Water ice is a classic Indian summer recipe that is very famous with kids made using ice and flavored syrup. This delicious dessert recipe is a must-have during the scorching heat. Ice cream recipe would bring back your childhood and would surely loved by everybody barf ka gola is a popular street food that can easily find in summers.
6 Veg Kebab Parantha
Kebab parantha is a soft roti stuffed with crispy kebabs with enriching flavors that, you will remember for a long time. Veg kebab roll and kebab paratha plate are two variants you can try here.
When talking about the best street food in Lucknow, we cannot miss chole bature. A part of almost all the street foods, we can never get enough of them. There is something special about the chole bature in Lucknow one can easily find them in every by lane of the city with a unique, taste.
8 Malai Makhan
Malai Makhan is mainly served during the winter season, and malai, makhan is another one of the specialties of Lucknow, best described as cream butter. It is topped with khoya, which makes it irresistible winter in Lucknow is incomplete without Malai Makhan.
Samosa is a fried or baked pastry with a savory filling, including ingredients such as spiced potatoes, onions, and peas. Samosas are often accompanied by chutney, and have origins in medieval times or earlier.
A Dosa is a thin batter-based dish originating from the south of –India. Its main ingredients are rice and black gram, ground together in a delicate, smooth batter with a dash of salt, then fermented round and light dosa is often accompanied by sides like chutney, sambar, and masala .
11 Tikki Chole
Aloo Tikki with Chole will bring water to your mouth for its lip-smacking taste and fantastic texture. One of the most mouth-watering delicacies of Lucknow Tikki and is prepared with mashed potatoes and served with boiled pea accompanying various spices.
Jal-jeera is traditionally served as a chilled welcome drink in summers, it is also consumed just before the meal as it is said to have immense appetizing abilities. The drink is stored in a giant matka wrapped wrapped with a cloth to keep it cool. The much- loved Indian summer drink, jal jeera, literally translate to water (jal) and cumin (jeera) in Hindi.
Lucknow is not Lucknow without its kebab. Kebab is the delicacy of Lucknow that you can find almost everywhere in Lucknow in different taste and flavors. With amazing taste, crispy outer layer and soft filling, these spicy kebabs are meant to rule the streets of Lucknow. Other than the good variety of non-veg kebabs, you can find a number of veg varieties.
Other than the kebab, biryani is the second most popular street food that you can try on Lucknow street. The fantastic flavor of this cooked rice with vegetables and meat will melt your heart right with the first bite. You can get wide varieties of biryani on the street of Lucknow, which varies from spicy to less spicy.
15 Basket Chat
It would help if you had, a Lucknow special basket chat to spice up your day with those best flavors and tastes. It is one of those dishes that many people try in the evening over a chai.
16 Poori Kachori
If you are looking for a dish that can be for your stomach at an affordable price and with super delicious taste, then you must poori kachori of Lucknow, an amazing breakfast option and popular street food in Lucknow. The crispy kachori served with deep-fried aloo sabzi and white chickpea sabzi is enough to fill your stomach and your heart.
17 Kulfi Faluda
Another best street food in Lucknow is kulfi faluda, perfect to beat the heat of summer. It is pretty famous amongst tourists, and the locals and you can easily find it on every corner of the street. Kulfis are made with milk, with added nuts and flavors, which are then topped with faluda and other syrups to enhance the taste.
Famous for its Mughlai cuisine, Lucknow offer a variety of bread, each one with a slight twist to it. Sheermal is a sweet naan that is kneaded with milk or sheer, this sweet tasting naan is served with spicy curries to balance out and enhance the taste of the dish.
In the beer-vodka age, thandai plays a significant role in keeping thandai a favorite among Lucknowites. Customers like the drink because it is herbal and helps in digestion.
20 Pani Ke Batashe
Gol Gappa, is called pani ke batashe in India, famous among Indians. It is a type of snack that originates from India and is one of the most common street food.