Kailash Parbat is a popular food chain in India. It is one of the very famous places for dining. The chain has its origin from a Halwai shop which served delicious mithais and chaats. And now it has its spread in several cities of India. Not only in India but it has its reach till Dubai as well! It serves Pure Vegetarian North Indian food and especially the street-side food. Its scrumptious menu also includes few Chinese and Mexican Cuisine items.
I recently got a chance to visit its outlet in Dubai and trust me, friends, it didn’t feel like I was in a foreign land. The food there tasted so-damn-authentically Indian; it had that a perfect blend of all the spices that typical Indian food has.
Checkout some of the glimpses of Kailash Parbat’s Restaurant in Dubai:
There, I tried Pav Bhaji, Chana Masala, Dal Tadka, and Tandoori Roti. Pav Bhaji, there, was one of the best ones’ that I ever had in my life!
Returning home to Indore after a mini-vacation in Dubai, I was tempted to try the food at its outlet in Indore and therefore decided to give it a visit once. After my Dubai trip, my first food-date with my family members had to be at Kailash Parbat; the one which is situated at Princes Palace, South Tukoganj, in Indore.
We do have its other branch located too which is at Treasure Island Mall, in South Tukoganj. Now let’s just move to the detailed review of Kailash Parbat right away.
The food here is simply delicious! They plate up some amazing North Indian food and a few of Chinese and Mexican food items too. They are really famous for their Chaats and North Indian Street food; nothing less than lip-smacking!
During my recent visit, I had ordered Pani Puri, Sev Puri, Rawa Onion Masala Dosa, KP Special Chole Bhature, Pav Bhaji, French Fries and Cheese Fondue. I loved both, Sev Puri and Pani Puri that I tried here. Especially, the plating for Pani Puri was more than amazing; I have shared a glimpse of it.
Their KP Special Chole Bhature had 3 kinds of bhaturas: Methi Bhatura, Paneer Bhatura, and Plain Bhatura. All of the 3 tasted yummy. Though the plain one had too much oil in it, others were still good! Chole was quite nice and spicy. Pav Bhaji was all tangy-and-spicy which tasted delicious! Dosa was tasty too.
Cheese Fondue was loved by all my family members. However, we faced a minor issue there. Though it was kept on the burner, it wasn’t lit as it is usually supposed to be, despite it being a fondue.
My recommendations for you here would be their chaats and street-side junk food section. It’s a must try!
The pricing at KP is fine; with fine I mean that it is neither easy on your pocket nor does it makes you splurge a lot of money. This Kailash Parbat outlet comes under one of the affordable food eateries in Indore. It will cost you Rs. 600 for 2 people approximately.
The ambience here is calm and nice. It is perfect for a family or friends get together. It has a well yellow-lit décor that gives you good feels, while you are in the restaurant!
Service at Kailash Parbat is commendable. The staff and management are really concerned about their customers and pay good attention. They really helped us with what to order, and what is their specialty. Also, they made a point to take our feedback verbally.
Overall it is a really nice place to visit. And you should not miss on this one if you are a street food lover and want to try-out something new. Enjoy!