Sharma Tea Stall, near Novelty Cinema Lalbagh, religiously opens at 7am and strictly closes at 7pm. Yes, this is an important fact as the mornings in Lucknow aren’t complete without a bun-makhan and a cup of tea from this roadside yet classy tea stall. Also, finding parking around this place can be difficult and that should tell you something. Wait your turn for a vacant table while adoring the view of your tea and bun butter being prepared in the tiny shop. Do not miss out on this place!
Sharma Tea Stall, 14 Maqbara Road, Hazratganj, Lucknow, India, +91 96213 29247
Craving some dahi badey (or bhalley if you come from that part of India)? Then this is where you need to come. This roadside stop is always busy, and people from all spheres of life regularly love to relax and relish in the heavenly dahi badey. The prices will only amaze you further.
What if TCT told you that only the aroma at this place will make your heart skip a beat, and you will find your belly making space for everything that the short menu has to offer. Yes, their chaat is that magical. The crowds will only prove this place’s popularity further. Deemed as the best chaat shop in Lucknow, this place has a lot going for it, it’s dirt cheap, delicious, Jain food. You simply don’t get this combination often.
This name triggers intense nostalgia for anyone who has spent a few years in Lucknow. Be it designer birthday cakes or pastries, JJ can win you over with almost anything off their desserts menu. The truffles and muffins have been delighting residents of Lucknow for decades. They also serve eggless varieties of their most popular preparations. This place is the perfect way to end a day out exploring vegetarian delights in Hazratganj.