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
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.