The Buttercup Bungalow is a sweet little restaurant situated a few metres ahead of Manoj Pandey Chauraha, Lucknow. Easy to find, the restaurant’s food is as appealing as its decor.
We went there with many friends on 3 Feb 2023 to celebrate the end of exam season. The place was recommended by another friend of ours and we thought of giving it a try too, and I’m telling you, we were not disappointed.
The outside of Buttercup Bungalow is painted a pretty purple with tables and chairs for the customers to be comfortably seated. Each table has a bell, which can be rung to call the waiter or for other services.
Not to forget the decorated cycle rickshaw we saw there which served as a great picture spot. By the way, this restaurant is for pets as well, which is explained by this cute wall lettering.
Stepping inside, you will be welcomed by neatly arranged sofas and chairs on one side, whereas the other can be seen boasting an array of delicacies ranging from cookies to desserts to everything else you could think of.
The walls are adorned with some beautiful paintings and art pieces. And the ceiling is adorned with lovely pink roses which add to the already appealing beauty of the restaurant. Overall, the restaurant is as pretty as a picture.
Coming to the food, we kept things minimal by ordering some hot chocolates with marshmallows. They tasted pretty good. Next up we ordered a burrata pizza and went desi with some chilli paneer. We wrapped up our eating spree with some waffles, and they were delicious. The staff was supportive too and was always ready to serve.
Coming to the most important aspect of any restaurant – the price. Buttercup Bungalow has some good delicacies to offer at reasonable prices. Overall, it was not overpriced.
We concluded our visit by ordering macarons as takeaways and clicking photographs since you can already see how picture-perfect this place is.
We would certainly recommend giving Buttercup Bungalow a visit. It is an outlet with a great ambience and good food to offer, and I am sure you won’t be disappointed.
By: Manasvi Verma