UP's first-ever Pan Asian restaurant, Goku, is here in Lucknow; Get 10% off on your 1st order

On your 1st order at the restaurant, you can avail a 10% discount- be it via Zomato, Swiggy, direct call or even dine-in.

Lucknow prides itself as the Nawabon ka shahar and the cuisines and food available here, are heavily inspired by this tag. Nevertheless, there have been moments when we've craved for an authentic pan Asian spread but instead, we have tasted just disappointment. So to shush our cribbing and cravings, UP's first-ever pan Asian restaurant has taken a seat at Lucknow's Gomti Nagar area. They're serving fresh Japanese, Korean, Thai and Chinese food and we're already planning on splurging here!

Our Newest Asian Obsession!

Located at the happening hub of Patrakarpuram, Gomti Nagar, Goku serves various pan Asian delicacies at reasonable prices. Be it sushi, katsu, yakimeshi or fancy Asian salads, you'll find it all on their menu.

What we love about Goku, is the fact that they have a private room system. Such a room is spacious enough to house 20 people but now, due to COVID-19, 12 guests can easily fit in while maintaining the norms of social distancing. Therefore, if you're on the lookout for a place to host a kitty or a birthday party, give Goku a thought.

Offers for you

To make it better for us, Goku is presently running some pocket-friendly offers. Everyday from 6 PM to 7 PM, you can buy 2 dishes and the 3rd one will be completely free! That's not all. On your 1st order at the restaurant, you can avail a 10% discount- be it via Zomato, Swiggy, direct call or even dine-in. BTW, if you find Swiggy or Zomato not delivering to your area, then just give them a call- they'll be sending their delivery executives to your place with your order, anywhere in Lucknow.

As far as food hygiene is concerned, you can be assured that they're taking utmost care of your welfare. Their premises are being sanitized daily and they're also conducting regular temperature checks to make your experience a hassle-free one!

What we're saying is-

So if you've been meaning to step out with your buddies to catch a quick break or have been planning to take bae out for an elaborate lunch or dinner, consider Goku as an option. The best part? Even if it's the end of the month; it's all economical and the quantity is filling too. They've also been running offers now so snag 'em ASAP!

Address: Shop 1/120, Deva Palace, Patrakarpuram, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Contact: +91 8318451145

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