Lucknow has always been known as a multicultural city that flourished as a North Indian cultural and artistic hub and seat of Nawab power in the 18th and 19th centuries.
If you are in Lucknow and live food as a foodie family I tell you dare not to miss TUNDE KA KABAB
There is an interesting story behind the origin of the Tunday Kabab. The story goes as follows — There was once a Nawab (royal family member) who really loved to have kababs, but as age caught up with him, he lost his teeth and was unable to enjoy the kababs. He apparently setup a contest that whoever created the softest and most succulent kababs would enjoy royal patronage henceforth.
The secret recipe was created by Haji Murad Ali, who apparently had only one hand. In India, a person with a leg disability is called Langdey, while a person with a hand disability is called Tunday, hence the name Tunday Kabab. The secret recipe apparently has 160 spices (who knew there were 160 spices out there) including Sandalwood. The recipe is a family secret and is passed down to the generations by the ladies of the house.
Try it with their parantha or Rumali roti. Don’t forget to order their Mutton Biryani and tandoori chicken
We ordered 2 plates kabab(mutton) 4 rumali roti and tandoori chicken and paid 250rs/- and it was amazing and yummy
I give it 10/10 …
There are many chains of same name restaurants but if you want real and Original it’s ONLY available only in
Aminabad › Naaz Cinema Road, Aminabad, Lucknow