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Kailash Parbat

Kailash Parbat, a recent addition to Hong Kong’s vibrant dining scene, offers double pleasure – quality Indian food and vegetarian, no less. Who knew eating vegetarian could be this much fun! Kailash Parbat, which is family owned and operated, is a familiar name among Indian food aficionados. Founded in Mumbai and known for serving authentic, traditional Mumbai street food, Kailash now operate outlets in India, the United States, the UK, Australia and Singapore, with Hong Kong its newest addition.

The restaurant is bright and airy, the décor’s earth tone colours and props exude warmth and harmony, and the service was friendly and attentive. We sampled a large selection of Mumbai street food, including Pani Puri ($75) – tasty fried potato pastry balls; Samosa Chaat ($80); Crispy Corn Basket ($75); Aamchi Mumbai Sandwich ($75), a grilled sandwich of mashed potato, cucumber, onion, tomato and cheese with spicy chutney, which was scrumptious; and Chinese Bhel – made in Bombay ($65), sort of a Chinese- Indian fusion crispy noodles dish that was also excellent.

We also tried a number of other house specialties: Paneer Tika Lababar ($85), which is clay oven baked cottage cheese; Veg Dum Biryani ($75), a basmati rice and cheese dish, Dal Makhani ($75); and Veg Fried Rice ($75). We finished our meal with desserts: Falooda Kulfi ($75) – an Indian icecream sundae float and the always popular Gulab Jamun ($50).

We would be remiss not to mention Kailash Parbat offers a wide selection of refreshing cool drinks to go with the meal.

Kailash Parbat is a pleasant find for us. We are sure it will soon be drawing in the Hong Kong crowds – so we suggest you book a table before the queue forms.

 

 

302, 3/F, Multifield Plaza, 3-7, Prat Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon,Hong Kong;3428 5545

Edited on Jul 31, 2018
 

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