Bookmark these 5 places in Lucknow where you can indulge in your love for Soya Chaap

Move over your generic paneer dishes! Try these ASAP.

Have an absolute soft spot for soya chaap? Then Lucknow is surely the place for you! This city has soya chaap shops here and there and no matter which one you choose, you're always gonna return home with a full tummy and a smile on your face. But out of this lot, there are 5 such soya chaap outlets in Lucknow which have us droolin' every time we think of them! So take a look and pick a spot for your next binge session.

Captain Grill

Located just opposite the One Awadh Mall, Captain Grill's soya chaap options can give meat-based kebabs, a sure shot run for their money! Their menu is economic AF and the choices are expansive. So just pick any from their menu and give it a go for your lunch break or a dinner sesh. Promise, you're gonna be back here!

Art of Chaap

What do we say to the God of all things delicious? Definitely today! Art of Chaap is the ulimate soya chaap place in Lucknow, which serves this delicacy like no other. Their entire menu is packed with deliciousness and it's surely gonna be a struggle for you to pick just one! If you're going here for the first time, we'd suggest you to try the Afghani Soya Chaap with Rumali Roti with a side of chatpati chutney and freshly cut pyaaz- aye hayeee!

Amritsari Soya Chaap

Another gem in Gomti Nagar, Amritsari Soya Chaap is where you can explore a burst of flavours which are as authentic as they can be! Their soya chaap is quite popular in the area and beyond; the reasonable pricing too, makes it the favourite of many in the city. When here, go for the Malai Soya Chaap and we swear, your first bite will tell you why people are all praises about this outlet.

Maharaja Chaap

A haven for soya chaap lovers in Aliganj, the flavours of Maharaja Chaap is something which is unbeatable. They sprinkle a rustic touch in every item they dish out and we are fans! Although the dishes are a tad bit on the expensive side, the taste and quality makes up for it. We love the Stuffed Afghani Garlic Chaap and oh, the Plain Smokey Chaap too, has us dreaming.

Balle Balle Delhi Wale Soya Chaap Zone

You may not be up for standing here and eating but you can definitely order online. And trust us, it's gonna be one of the best decisions you would make! Balle Balle Delhi Wale Soya Chaap Zone is one of those roadside stalls, which may not look much but it surely is a bomb of a place for soya chaaps in Lucknow. Try their Achaari Soyaa Chaap, Veg Soya Hariyali Chaap or just go for the KFC Chaap and after that, hume duaa'on mein yaad rakhna.

Knock Knock

So if you're hosting a small get-together at home or are looking for varied vegetarian options, then move over your generic paneer dishes and switch to soya chaap! You can never go wrong with a plate of this for your hungry palate and tummy.

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