These 5 places in Lucknow have the perfect gifting options for you, this Diwali!

Picking the perfect gift for our loved ones is a hassle for sure because the presents HAVE TO be nothing less than perfect!

The festival of lights is enroute and although we've gotta be toned down this year, our festivity will surely include exchanging gifts and sharing the love, like alwaysss. But picking the perfect gift for our loved ones is a hassle for sure because the presents HAVE TO be nothing less than perfect! So to junk your worries away, we've curated a list of 5 places in Lucknow, which you can check out for your Diwali gifts' shopping.

The Hazelnut Factory

The Hazelnut Factory

Famed for their delicious sweets and freshly baked-to-perfection treats, every season, Lucknow's The Hazelnut Factory comes up with its unique range of gift boxes, baskets and thalis, which capture the essence of the celebrations like no other. THF has yet again introduced a gamut of sweet boxes and more, which are the perfect gifting options- be it for corporate courtesies or a welcome present for house guests or vice versa. The price range of their gift boxes start from ₹450 and goes up to ₹5,250, therefore, there's something for everyone.

All 'Bout Desserts Bakery

A recent member in the bandwagon of bakeries in Lucknow, ABD Bakery is winning hearts and palates with its modest offerings, which are oh-soo-delish and economical too. ABD has curated Diwali hampers, which are not only pocket-friendly but are also wrapped in goodness. They have a variety of hampers and gift baskets which start from ₹400 and the most expensive one is marked at ₹1500! So if you're near Indira Nagar, make sure to drop by at All 'Bout Desserts.

Melting Point

Situated at the Dayal Paradise compound, Melting Point has exquisite Diwali hampers up for grabs! They've ensured that their offerings fit everyone's budgets so you can choose from 3 gifting options which are marked at ₹1100, ₹2100 and ₹5100. These baskets have a variety of items including but not limited to 2 sorts of tea cakes, 5 variants of macarons, flavoured chocolates, biscuits, chocolate bars, tea bags, muffins, brownies, iced tea. If you're indulging in the luxurious basket which is pegged at ₹5100, you'll even get a funky lantern with it.

Krishn Bhog

With an assorted range of sweetmeats, baked goodies and wholesome Diwali hampers, Krishn Bhog in Lucknow, is here to seal the deal for you! Be it kaju barfi, gulab jamun or simply, some freshly baked treats, you can just pick any or all of them to stock up your fridge this festive season. But if you're looking for a gifting option, their Diwali baskets are gonna light up the recipient's mood for sure!

Cake O' Clock

With a range of delectable offerings and gifting choices, Cake O' Clock just nails it every season! This year, Cake O' Clock has launched a variety of options for you to choose from- various sets of Poker Boxes with goodies like macarons, lavash, cake balls, baklava, tea cakes and so on. All in all, they have set 4 ranges for you with diverse offerings, so that there's something for everyone's pockets. There are also customizable Diwali hampers available and for more information, contact them at +91 95544 44462 and place your orders!

So just bookmark these places right away and head out to pick up your preferred Diwali hampers and baskets for your loved ones! You're surely gonna thank us later for saving you from the hassles of gifting.

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