Get your next order from ‘Nosh’, Lucknow's newest cloud kitchen offering authentic Lucknowi flavours

Flavours from the lanes of Chowk, Nazeerabad & Aminabad delivered right to your doorsteps

Lucknow is a city where the love for food seconds to nothing. Good food is crucial for the people of the city and we can truly never have enough. Though the culinary scene of the city is much advanced today, there's nothing we love more than the classic Mughlai and Awadhi delicacies.

The lanes of Chowk are forever buzzing with foodies looking to have kebabs, biryani, tandoori chicken, tikkas, mutton pasanda, nihari-kulche and so much more.

Which also means that the lanes of Chowk are forever bustling with activity and finding your way here during tired evenings or during a mid-day hustle is extremely difficult. Thankfully, a new delivery outlet- Nosh has opened up in Lucknow and they're serving authentic Lucknowi dishes that can be delivered right to our doorsteps!

The taste of 'Oudh'

Started under the banner of a parent company 'Bowls & Boxes', Nosh is a new brand that is cooking up our favourite Lucknowi delicacies and delivering them to our doors!

Nosh aims to bring the familiar flavours of old Lucknow to the comforts of our homes with an added hygiene and safety measure.

Say, you've been craving the rich Awadhi biryani or the mutton do pyaza, you won't have to line up outside crowded outlets in old Lucknow, but can just tap your smart phone and get it delivered to your home.

The cloud kitchen not only aims to bring you the best of Mughlai but also familiar Indian delicacies which will surely take your tastebuds to flavour-town!

'Nosh' the Cloud kitchen

The best part about Nosh is the fact that they're bringing not just another delivery outlet to the city but a surety of hygiene and cleanliness.

Plus, if you're the kind who enjoys throwing big parties and gathering, 'Nosh' also takes bulk orders. So you can finally talk to the guests at home rather than slaving away in the kitchen and worrying about the food!

They even send the food in reusable, microwave-friendly containers, so if your gossip session lasts longer than intended, you can just heat the food up.

Knock Knock

If you're someone who can never have enough of Mughlai food and wants some to be delivered right at their doorstep, Nosh is a must-try for you. The cloud kitchen is now open, so call them up or go on any major food delivery platform to place your order for a delicious Lucknowi meal.

Contact: 0522 4002020, 8114102020


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