This is my second visit to restaurent.Lots of new dishes added to their menu. Must try Rasagullaki subzi and Kofta plus a few tandoori starters which were awesome. Also their pasta mama rosa was brilliant. very nice interiors and vouch for the food which was excellent. Only suggestion is that the serving time can be more quicker. This is my second favorite restaurant in Mumbai
Kailash Parbat is known for its chaat and north Indian food for many years now. Besides that they also serve sandwiches, south Indian and Chinese fares as well as sweets. I absolutely love chaat, so I often go to Kailash Parbat. For the hygiene conscious people who relish chaat, Kailash Parbat has some really delicious street food in store for you. I really enjoy eating their Dahi Puri. It is the perfect mix of tangy, sweet and spicy chutneys. I also like Kailash Parbat's Chole Bathura and Samosa Chaat. Overall, Kailash Parbat is a nice vegetarian restaurant, best for its chaat and north Indian fare. It has always been a pleasant experience for me.
My family loves chat especially my mother loves bhel and sev puri. So i thought to take them out on my birthday to this much hyped place called kailash parbat. The ambiance was quiet nice but thats about it. The service and food are pathetic. It takes good 10 mins for the waiter to come to your table. IF you have ordered 5 items in the menu please expect your fifth dish to arrive after an hour. That is because each dish arrives individually after a gap of 15 mins. Is the wait worth it ?? errr you might as well take a stroll outside and find a roadside hawker serving you quick and better taste and hygienic chat you wish for inside this restaurant. I wouldn't recommend anyone to organize an event or plan a special evening with your friends and family to this restaurant especially if you are a fast food lover. Food was tasteless, sour and stale!
I have been to this place many times but had not tasted sindhi dishes at all. Yesterday we ordered sindhi dishes for food and was not very happy to have it. We ordered Seyal Paneer, Aani Basar, Sai Bhaji with sindhi chapatis. Sai Bhaji tasted more like mixture of Spinach and chana dal, didn't had authentic taste at all. Being sindhi, I love aani basar, taste of aani was not great, it had way too much of poppy seeds. seyal paneer was good.
Trust me, this place is the best place to have Vegetarian Food. The place is huge and has a proper eating ambiance. Always filled with people (rich people) and good food.There are old movie posters in Kailash Parbat style. Beautiful place. There is a huge chaat counter and sweets counter. Waiters and Managers are polite. There's always a waiting list. Whenever i go i'm on the waiting list. Try the Firangi Sabji, its super class and Mushrooms. This place is perfect for Birthday Parties or any family occasion.
Whatever happened to good old KP?!Sorry to disappoint all you KP lovers... I know there are many out there. Ordered in from Kailash Parbat yesterday and was terribly disappointed with the food. We ordered some sev puris, a bhel and a dahi puri.. The service was efficient but the sev puri had abosolutely no flavour because it was just loaded with sev.. Also, the puris and the sev seemed to have been fried in bad oil. Puris were a weird combination of uncooked, soggy and dripping in oil. The curd in the dahi puri was sour and the bhel wasn't too appetizing either.. all you could taste is mouthfuls of sev. It just seemed like they had done a rush job of delivering some stale food. Wonder if this is just the case with home deliveries or is KP really going downhill.
Off late i seem to be becoming a big fan of this place.This time it is for their timely home delivery.Ordered lunch today from there.The person who took the order said he will take 15 mins to deliver and amazingly he kept up his word.The order was promptly delivered within 15 mins and as usual the food we ordered (rotis and pashtooni dal) was mouth watering.
Had been here yesterday night.Was scanning the menu and Corn Curry struck my fancy.Thought will give it a shot.Did not turn out to be a bad choice at all.In fact was simply delicious.Also the pani puris were excellent.The fruit salad with ice cream was okie okie.Neither gr8 nor bad.All in all a good dinner.
Kailash Parbat serves same great quality food as it use to serve 10 years ago. I have eaten at Khar location many times 10-15 years ago. Chaat was great. They serve great sindhi food same as my mom makes it.
This is one of my favorite spots to eat at. I always start out with their excellent paani puri, and usually follow it up with another chaat dish, such as dahi puri or bhel puri. I've never been disappointed here with food quality, wait times, or service. It's no wonder why they are always packed. Great for lunch and for a very casual dinner. Not recommended for a romantic night out, but perfect to grab a bite here before heading to Fame or Cinemax for a flick. Don't miss the daal pakwan served on Sunday's only.
Let me state that I am not from Mumbai. I am a Bangalorean who is in town on some personal work. I found this place on Burrp! and decided to give it a shot. Man, what a place this is. We don't have such chaat, pani-puri goodness in Bangalore. On Sundays, Kailash Parbath serves this special Sindhi food called Dal Pakwan. It was yellow daal served with some sort of a fried bread. This was recommended by the Manager and now I can say don't ever miss this when you goto Kailash Parbat on a Sunday.I also tried their pani-puri and that was just too good. Overall a very positive experience. (We need places like this in Bangalore)
This is the best place to go to when you are in a mood to have chaat, bhelpuri, panipuri or dahipuri or any of the snacky stuff.
We ordered a chaat platter which had three dahi-sev puri's, three something puri's and some chips with tamarind chutney. We also ordered dahi batata puri. By the time we finished the above, we were just too full. The cold coffee we ordered, was a tad too sweet for our tastes.