Lucknow's Camcook is giving out FREE Diwali hampers this season, on Whatspp orders above ₹600

Starting from appetizers to desserts, Camcook whips up a delish fare fit for the royals.

Camcook is a prominent name in the legion of eateries here in Lucknow and we are absolute fans of this cloud-kitchen. With a focus on freshness and hygiene, Camcook offers an expansive range of pocket-friendly delicacies and makes us go heart-eyed every time! Starting from appetizers to desserts, Camcook whips up a delish fare fit for the royals. So making us happier this festive season, this kitchen is dishing out a Diwali offer, unlike no other!

FREE Diwali Hampers FTW!

From 13th-15th of November, you will assuredly win a FREEE Diwali hamper from Camcook, on your WhatsApp order of ₹600 and above. But do note, their operational hours on the 14th of November, is marked from 7PM till 11PM. So if there's a family brunch planned or a dinner party at home during this period and you don't wanna sweat it out in the kitchen, Camcook should be your go-to option.

Their menu might leave you confused about your order because there are so many goodies on it but we'd absolutely recommend the Biryanis, Kakori Kebabs, Mutton Bhuna Gosht, the Chinese Platter and of course the Chicken Lasagna. Oh BTW, if you haven't yet tried their Butter Chicken, then YOU MUST DO THAT AT ONCE! They generously dunk the boneless chicken morsels in a thick creamy gravy and the butter smoothly seeps deep into the chicken cuts and gives us a flavour to remember. Couple it up with their Garlic Naan and you'll be swimming in foodgasms.

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Camcook also allows you to keep a watch on the entire cooking process via their kitchen cameras, so you can be absolutely assured of safety and top-notch food hygiene. Thus, if you have a partaay at home or are craving for a wholesome meal sesh with friends or bae during this festivity, consider Camcook right away! They alwaysss deliver more than our tastepectations and keep us happily burpin'.

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