With cafes at every nook and corner of the city, Lucknow seems to be thriving on a lively 'cafe culture'. But we've witnessed such mushrooming options, mostly in and around Gomti Nagar, which keeps the options limited for folks staying beyond it.

So to shush our cribbings and cravings, we have Cafe Big Shack in Ashiyana serving the best grubs options in this locale, at cheap AF prices! Be it someone who's broke at the end of the month or a person perpetually living on a student-budget, Cafe Big Shack will surely come to your hunger-rescue.

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When in Ashiyana, Cafe Big Shack is the place to be at, when you wanna chill with your friends but your pockets are tight. Famed for their shakes, wraps, tandoor items and big fat burgers, Big Shack is hitting all the right spots when it comes to their menu.

Best part? The prices are super pocket-friendly and the taste quotient is absolutely uncompromised. Their thick burgers are usually smothered in cheese and with a grilled filling, seasoned to perfection, it becomes our go-to food when here.

The Aloo Tikki Burger starts at a price of ₹40 only whereas the chicken variant, comes at a price of just ₹60. How crazy cool is that?! BTW, if you're a lone-eater and always end up packing the extra on your plate, Cafe Big Shack takes care of that too.

Now you can order half a plate of whatever you wanna wolf down and eat, according to your appetite and not the serving. Sorted scenes, bruh!

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A great place for the 'eat on the go' kind of a meal, Cafe Big Shack is light on the pockets and is clearly a happening hangout spot for the youth! Overall, this place is meant for those who want to binge eat and also for folks, who want to sit and relax over a few snacks and conversations.

Location: Plot 159, Sector L, Near Khazana Chauraha, Aashiyana Colony, Aashiana, Lucknow

Cost: ₹700 for two people (approx.)

Timings: 11am – 11pm

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