Still dealing with the crazy hangover that your super amazing New Year party left you with? Well, if you've been wanting to spend less time worrying about the headache and the drowsiness, we have the perfect cure for you- indulgent dishes, with oil and calories enough to push the pain away. Indulge in these 5 dishes in Lucknow for a hangover curing brunch of your life & thank us later!

1. Kulcha Nihari at Raheem

If there's something that is as iconic as the Rumi Gate in Lucknow, it is the Kulcha Nihari at Raheem. Cooked for hours, this soupy stew of mutton bits is rich in fat, spicy, savoury, hearty and warm. Add to it the side of crispy fresh kulchas and you have a meal that is undeniably a cure for anything that is putting a damper on your spirits. Relish these and while you're in Chowk, get yourself a bowlful of makkhan-malai sure to give you a sugar high.

2. Crispy Khaste and Laal Aloo at Rattilal in Aminabad

If you're a lover of spice and want something quick and easy, Rattilal in Aminabad is where you need to be. The fresh out of oil khastas you get here are unlike anything else you'll get in the city and the laal aloo so spicy and hot that it'll wake you up in an instant. The best part about the khastas here is that they come with an accoutrement of sides including chole, achaar, green chillies and onions, which make the entire experience something you just can't forget.

3. English breakfast and cappuccino at Healthy Panda

If you're the kind who leans a little on the healthier side, but still wants to indulge in a brunch like no other, the full English Breakfast at Healthy Panda is just what you need. The breakfast comes with eggs done your way, toast, a roasted tomato, beans, mushroom, sausages and if you're willing to pay extra, a side of hash browns. Take that with a warm cup of cappuccino and find yourself coming back to life.

4. Baker's basket & Eggs Benedict from Sahib Cafe

Located in the grandeur of Taj, Sahib Cafe will have to be one of the most posh cafes in Lucknow and if you're someone who likes grand things in life, it is where you need to be. Order a bakers basket with a choice between croissants, danish and muffins, with toast butter, honey and preserves. Indulge in that and get yourself a warm eggs benedict- a fluffy cloudy egg served on toasted English muffin, hollandaise sauce and crispy bacon. Relish that with a cup of coffee or English breakfast tea and say buh-bye to the hangover.

5. Butter Milk Pancakes and Espresso at Fabcafe

Fabcafe at Parivartan Chowk, is the place where you can find delicious heathy grub. Yet, the buttermilk pancakes her are as indulgent as can be. Topped with a multitude of nuts, bananas, honey, and an accoutrement of fresh fruits, the pancake is a refreshing yet decadent treat which will sit wonderfully well in your stomach. Get that and a shot of espresso and feel the drowsiness letting go of your body.

Knock Knock

Curing a hangover was never this delicious! So if you're in Lucknow and wondering what to do to get a pick-me-up for your spirits, head to any one of these places and watch as your hangover leaves your body. Plus, do you even need a hangover to enjoy some good food?

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