Lucknow food: Here we have handpicked some of the best non-veg dishes from Lucknow that you must try to experience royalty that all of these offers.
Rakul Preet Singh's food outing with her co-workers in Lucknow is making us drool!
Snacks of Lucknow: Lucknow haswitnessed the glorious reigns of many mighty rulers. Its cuisine is also a melting pot of varied influences.
Actor Farhan Akhtar's latest flick Lucknow Central hits the theatres today. Here's looking into what keeps him so fit and fabulous at 43!
Malai paan, malai ki gilori or Balai ki gilori, call it whatever you like but this heavenly treat from the streets of Lucknow is sure to get you drooling at the first bite.
Is it a mithai, or is it a paan? Lucknows malai paan has captivated the attention of desi viewers due to its unique and delicious nature!
What is called matar everywhere else, white dried peas, is for some reason dubbed matara in Lucknow. Matara chaat is concocted out of the peas and is far from boring.
One of the most popular chaats among Lucknow's street food is the Tokri Chaat or Basket Chaat. So, what does it contain?
Sultani dal is a popular toor dal recipe from Lucknow that reflects the traditional Mughlai flavours, which are rich, fragrant and creamy.
'Chhappan Bhog' is a sweet shop in Lucknow which has created a Bahubali Gujiya which is worth Rs. 1,200/-.