This Diwali, replace the regular sweets with Lucknow's Pomona Orchard's Luxury Fruit Box

Dear Lucknowites, gift the blend of love, luxury and health to your loved ones this festive season

If you are thoroughly done with the regular calorie-laden sweets like soan papadi and kaju barfi and wish to gift your loved ones a healthier alternative this festive season, then Pomona Orchard is just the answer to all your problems. Decked up in extravagance, Pomona Orchard is Lucknow's first-ever fruit bar and boutique which has rolled out a plethora of healthy gifting options this season. Pomona is packing the happiness of festivities, the sweetness of love and its signature luxury, in exquisite deals for your friends, family and loved ones, so check them out ASAP!


Gift Good Health This Diwali

Make your Diwali gift stand out with Pomona's exotic Luxury Fruit Box which offers the blend of health and sweetness, completely revamping the gifting landscape in Lucknow. This opulent fruit box has been curated with love, care and the choicest range of assorted exotic fruits including Dragon Fruit, Kiwi, Chocolate Apple, Granny Smith, Pineapple, Avocado, Mango, imported Plums, Custard Apple, imported Pear, Red Globe Grapes and so on.

This box also includes jars of roasted mixed seeds and dry-fruits and a diya. To add to this abundance, Pomona Orchard has collaborated with Cake 0' Clock, so your box of health will also have a token of love in the form of mouth-melting chocolates by them.

Dine in the taste of Luxury

This place stands in stark comparison to any fruit bar you might have visited and its plush interiors, soft lights along with a comfy ambience, will give you an-all new fascinating experience. This fruit bar also doubles up as an organic health kitchen and a fusion eatery, which takes care of your wellness and palate, with a menu that has been specially designed to suit everyone's preferences. Their super-diverse food picks and the Diwali thali envelopes all these flavours in a shahi, festive special meal!

Choose healthy, choose fresh, choose Pomona!

Pomona Orchard is well-equipped with safety and precautionary measures and an automatic sanitizer dispenser will greet you at the entrance. Customers with only optimum body temperature will be allowed to enter the cafe. The dining tables are set in a fashion to maintain safe distance between different groups and the serving parties too, are armed with masks and gloves, maximizing the safety of the guests. So, this Diwali, choose healthy, choose fresh, choose Pomona! Head out with your friends and family and indulge in self-care with a healthy and refreshing experience at Pomona Orchard.

Location: 3/16, Upper Ground Floor, Vinay Khand B, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

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