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Try these 5 places in Lucknow for your fix of delicious Baati Chokha

Now that we've listed these 5 places for the best baati chokha in Lucknow, we see no reason for you to not visit them ASAP.

Baati Chokha, the dish has taken up a prominent spot in every foodie's itinerary, here in Lucknow. The simple yet rustic flavours of the fire-toasted baati coupled with a generous glob of seasoned chokha on the side, just makes us go heart-eyed!

Lucknow truly understands our love for baati chokha and has blessed us with a plethora of delicious options too! So if you've been check-listing the best baati chokha places in the city, here's a list that will let you binge on this delicacy to your heart's content.

Baati Chokha

With three outlets across Lucknow, the name of this joint says it all. Baati Chokha is famous for its namesake dish and once you step in, the rustic vibes hit you instantly. They serve their iconic baatis and chokha in earthen pots and it's as delish as it can be! With a side of zingy hari chutney, their baati chokha draws in people from all the corners of the city and the flavours will keep you coming back for more.

Location: 2/5, Vivek Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Jeetendra Bhaiyya's Litti Chokha

Living up to the real taste of Bihar, is Jeetendra's bhaiyya's baati chokha kiosk near Lucknow's Hazratganj area- one of the firsts in the city, they're a must-visit. The ghee-dripping baatis paired with tamatar-baingan chokha are a major crowd-pleaser and they're perfect as on-the-go kinda meal. But make sure to reach here before 7 PM or else you'll be missing out on some real flavourful baati chokha.

Location: Near Yojana Bhawan, Sarojini Naidu Marg, Lucknow

Taste of Banaras

A joint which has been serving the real 'rustic Bihar' experience right here in Lucknow, Taste of Banaras has quite a fan following associated to its name. Their teekha chokha coupled with the perfectly sand-heat toasted baatis will remind you of home and the first bite, calls for an intense foodgasm! Once here, you'll be looped in for seconds and there'll be no going back, from then on.

Location: 60 Feet Rd, Janki Vihar Colony, Jankipuram, Lucknow

International Baati Chokha

This stall is another one of the well-famed places in Indira Nagar, near Munshipuli's Aurobindo park, for a plate full of baati chokha and once you mouth the first bite, you'll be in love! The char on their baatis sit perfectly and it invokes a hunger in us, which is met only after we break the baked dough ball and pinch it together with the spicy chokha, made here. Hitting all the right spots, International Baati Chokha is 'the' place for you to come over whenever you need to shush your cravings.

Location: Near Aurobindo Park, Munshi Pulia

Poorvanchal Ka Mashoor Baati Chokha

One of the best baati chokha spots in Lucknow, this food truck has garnered a cult following all across the city. Even people who aren't fans, will tell you the same! Their baati is baked to perfection so it doesn't feel too doughy from the insides and the chokha is always seasoned just right. Catch them here anytime after 12 noon but before 4-4:30 PM because they sell out real quick.

Location: Near Beli Garad Chauraha Main Rd, Sector-P, Sector K, Aliganj, Lucknow

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Now that we've listed these 5 places for the best baati chokha in Lucknow, we see no reason for you to not visit them ASAP. Best part?! They're not too heavy on the pockets or the tummy, so it serves as a perfect snack and even as a meal, during times when we crave for simple yet delicious pleasures.

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