For many hardcore Lakhnawi meat lovers, a wholesome meal translates to mutton soaking in thick masaledaar gravy coupled with rotis or naans and completed with sirka pyaaz. So if you're on the same bandwagon, agreeing to the fact that a meatless life is a life not well-lived, then you'll want to treat us for introducing Azamgarh Mutton Do Pyaza to you! The dish which they specialize in, has been used in the name of the outlet but if you're all for shiny tableware and measured calories, then this eatery won't be of your interest.

Keema Kaleji & Mutton Do Pyaza for your tummy & heart!

Nestled in Indira Nagar, amid the vicinity of Kailash Kunj Market, Azamgarh Mutton Do Pyaza has been witnessing packed seats since it dished out its first delicacy. This joint is a haven for non-veg lovers and foodies alike and its meat-based menu packs a gastronomic punch like no other in the locale!

While visiting this quaint hub, you have to order their Keema Kaleji and Mutton Do Pyaza, to know why we're obsessed. The coming together of tender meat along with the spices, just calls for a tastebud-pampering sesh and to lap it all up, their papery rotis and steaming hot chawal, do the trick just right! The best part here is that all of the selections have been priced moderately and given the quality and quantity, we can't complain.

Knock Knock

There are a few tables and chairs for folks to sit and eat here but since it is somewhat moulded on the lines of a dhaba, you can't expect much out of the ambience. But what you can totally bank upon, is the actual taste of the grubs that they serve, regardless of the scruffy conditions of the premises. So while thronging the locales of Indira Nagar, do make sure to stop at this point for your fix of deliciousness!

Location: Shop 6, Kailash Kunj Market, Faizabad Road, Indira Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 12 noon – 10 PM

Cost: ₹300 for two people (approx.)

FIR to be filed against those caught dirtying roads and walls in Indore

Indore has been acquitted with titular award of Swachh Bharat Survey for 4 years in succession.

In a bid to solidify Indore's status as the cleanest Indian city, the civic authority has now announced that it will be filing an FIR against miscreants caught polluting the environment or dirtying the roads and walls. While Indore's municipal corporation has taken up the task of beautification of the city under the ambit of Cleanliness Survey 2021, it also has to devise effective means to sustain and keep-safe Indore's public property.

Keep reading... Show less

India's first fisheries hub to come up in Goa, boosting state's presence in global markets

The latest plans are also inclusive of the establishment of a seaweed and exquisite fish complex.

Edged by a flourishing coastline and housing multiple water bodies, Goa is home to a thriving industry of fishing and allied activities. With aims to further boost pisciculture and affiliated business activities in the state, Goa would be soon gifted with a fisheries hub. Reportedly, this project with investments worth ₹400 crores from the central government, was recently announced by the Union Fisheries Minister.

Keep reading... Show less

IIT Indore to conduct an online event for school students to mark National Science Day

The event aims at igniting love & interest for science in school students.

Instituted in 2009, the Indian Institute of Technology Indore has shown its commitment towards scientific growth and strong-footed academic development. By undertaking projects in the same field repeatedly, the institute is focussed to promote a better understanding of science and technology amongst students of varied ages. In the latest string of developments, IIT Indore has planned to mark National Science Day on February 28 through a virtual event for school students.

Keep reading... Show less

Fancy a Faluda? Relish 'homemade' desserts at Jaipur's 60-yo Indian Ice Cream & Kulfi Faluda

Despite the addition of new desserts and beverages, Faluda remains the in-demand delicacy!

One of the iconic places that finds a home in Jaipur, other than the famous forts, is an ice-cream shop. Founded in 1957, Indian Ice Cream & Kulfi Faluda at Bapu Bazar is THE place to pamper your sweet tooth. Serving lip-smacking traditional Indian ice-creams, two of the most famous faluda flavours available at this shop are Kulfi Rabri Faluda and Mix Faluda. With the summer season just around the corner, this place will become your haven from the heat!

Keep reading... Show less

Schools in UP to promote gender equality to mark Women's Day

Under the umbrella of Mission Shakti, UP schools schedule an elaborate line up of events ahead of Women's Day.

In a bid to raise awareness about gender equality in Uttar Pradesh, schools across the state have planned several events in lieu of International Women's Day, celebrated on March 8. Starting on February 27, educational institutes have undertaken an initiative to vocalise the ideas of equality among all by means of a parent's meet and several other programmes, stretching up till 8th of March.

Keep reading... Show less

Subscribe to our newsletter


Most Read