Lucknow has been speedily evolving when it comes to dining out scenes and how! No matter what you’re scouting for, be it themed cafes, glamorous restobars or posh pubs, the City of Nawabs, has it all.

Be it any occasion or just a hankering without a reason or rhyme, you can count on the city to serve you with whatever you’ve been looking for. Along with the changing dining preferences, the needs and lifestyles of the masses here, have altered too!

Sharing a drink or two, over good food and conversations has become a trend now, even within families, starting from the millennials to the oldies. So keeping in mind the trends in the city, we’ve chalked out 6 family-friendly restobars in Lucknow, where you can dine and chill at, with your family.

S2S Restrobar By D'Corbiz

S2S Restrobar has become a family favourite because of its warm hospitality and of course, the range of craftily curated grubs and drinks here, seals the deal. Ideal for all occasions, be it a family gathering or a weekend dinner meet-ups with bae’s parents, S2S caters to all preferences.

The economical pricing and a wide range of selections in the fare and tipples section, pulls in crowds from all walks of life. When here and confused about your order, go for their platters because they have sumptuous options for all your palate preferences.

Location: 116/117 , Coronation Anand Tower, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 12 noon – 00:00

Cost: ₹1,000 for two people (approx.)

Bombay Brasserie

Bombay Brasserie has consistently surprised and spoiled us with their seasonal menu, live performances and wild parties paired with the best DJs in town! One of our absolute favourites, Bom’bae’ Brasserie serves to the millennial mindsets and appeals to the older crowds too.

Famed for its progressive twist to basic Indian delicacies, BB serves the taste of Indian regions, ranging from South Indian classics to North Indian favourites, under one roof. Bring over your fam on their live music nights or for an open mic session and they’re gonna love the abiemce, along with the food of course!

Location: 003, Ground Floor, Rohtas Summit, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 12 noon – 1am

Cost: ₹1,500 for two people (approx.)

The G.T. Road

Located at Summit, The G.T. Road has made an aristocratic appearance here with one of Lucknow’s best buffet menus at modest prices! The vegetarian lunch buffet is priced at ₹519++ and the non-veg lunch is just for ₹595++ from Monday to Saturday! On Sundays, lunch takes a slight leap to ₹615++ and ₹685++ but given the premier quality and limitless quantity, it’s a modest pricing. Dinner prices remain the same throughout the week at ₹745++ for vegetarians and ₹865++ for the meat lovers!

Location: Rohtas Summit, TCG 3/3, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 12noon – 3:30pm and 7pm – 11:30pm

Cost: ₹1,100 for two people (approx.)

Sura Vie by TYC

Sura Vie by Sanjeev Kapoor, has amped up its offerings recently and this chic spot, has been roping us in for plans with our family.

They house a gorgeous banquet, a tastefully decked up restaurant and also, a fully-stocked bar section called “Yaraana Theka”. Their rooftop offers a scenic view of Lucknow too , which your fam will surely appreciate and the reasonable pricing is the cherry on the cake.

Location: 1/42 F, Vineet Khand, Near Hussaria Crossing,Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 11:30am – 11:30pm

Cost: ₹1,400 for two people (approx.)

Royal Sky

One of the upscale places here in Lucknow, Royal Sky is one of the most premium chill hubs in the city. Largely regarded as iconic, it serves as a plush set-up for a romantic date and also doubles up as a family-friendly restobar too.

When here, order up the sizzlers and platters and to wash it all down, go for their premium range of draught beers and spirits. The Oriental appetizers and the North Indian menu are crowd-pullers too and we’re sure, your family will be identifying it as one of their favourites too.

Location: Opposite Halwasiya Market Hazratganj, Lucknow

Timings: 11am – 11pm

Cost: ₹1,100 for two people (approx.)

Mocha

When it comes to picking a spot to chill with friends or settling for a dine-out option with family, Mocha is one of the initial places which lights up in our minds. Be it a sumptuous epicurean experience or a happening ambience with a serving of warmth, Mocha always keeps us hooked!

Take your family here for an evening of good grubs and with their poppin’ playlists, everyone will be having a good time here, for sure.

Location: CP-1, 2nd Floor, Anand Plaza, Viram Khand-1, Near Patrakarpuram Crossing, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 12noon – 12midnight

Cost: ₹1,500 for two people (approx.)

Knock Knock

Now that we’ve listed these 6 amazing family-friendly places for y’all to dine and chill at, there’s no reason for you to delay your outings at all.

Maybe you can visit each of ‘em, one weekend or week at a time and trust us, good food can change moods, like no other.

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