13 Reviews / 14 Ratings
In one of the worst experience in mumba i ordered food from Kailash parbat on an evening when i was damn hungry and wanted to enjoy a good desi meal. After a good discussion with someone on the other side i ordered a seyal paneer & dal makhani and some naan and kulcha.
When i started to eat i was horrified to find that the dal makhani was sweet i mean really sweet . I spent 10 mins trying to add salt and stuff to balance it out but it was of no use . It was one of worst molestation of dal makhani i have seen in mumbai. The seyal paneer which was hailed as a sindhi speciality was also terrible. The onione and tomato gravy was undercooked and looked and tasted disintegrated.
It was a disgusting experience which i wouldnt want to repeat ever
Need an antacid ...
If it was not for the excessive oil, we might eat here more often but where else could you get the best north indian snacks in Mumbai. The HUGEEEEE Chole baturae scared us the first time we ordered them and we could not have enough of the cholae. The pav bhaaji leaves a lot to be desired, especially in Mumbai and its recommended to stuck to the north indian savories. The main course looks as oily as one served in a Punjabi wedding but the people dont seem to care. The dahi bhallas, paani puris are good and the deserts are excellent especially the hot gulab jamuns. People working nearby should try their mini thalli (99 bucks) for lunch not so rich & oily food with just the right quantity of pulao, sabzis and rotis. Delivery can take time mind it. Overall a welcome addition to the Saki Naka area which is turning out to be a foodies paradise with a new restaurant opening up every fortnight or so it seems. Only negative, the mosquitos too many of them with the staff always fighting what seems like a losing battle.
Authentic SINDHI food + great CHAAT
I went there on a Sunday evening for dinner with family - we were 9 people. We had to wait for 20-25 mins - and it was well worth the wait.
We ordered all possible cusines from Sindhi to Punjabi to Chaat to Chinese and even our fav Pav Bhaji. And I swear everything we ordered was the best you can get anywhere. Infact we were surprised to have Chinese as good as we were served - isnt the place know for its Sindhi food and Chaat?
I will suggest go for the sindhi food - sindhi curry is a must!!! Very few places I can think of that get close to serving you authentic sindhi food.
And finally the damages - we paid Rs 3337 for 9 people for a proper 3 course meal - that turns out be less than Rs 400 pp. Pretty reasonable.
Place YOu should visit
Food- You have two options: Buffet Lunch and Ala-carte. Buffet Lunch has soup, 2-3 vegetables, curry, rice, chapatti, also included in the menu are chats of Mumbai, and finally you can help yourselves with the variety of deserts. The food is quite tasty out here and yes also hygienic. I would recommend if you have any international colleague or customer and they want a taste of Mumbai´s chat, this is the right place.
Price- It is reasonably priced. The buffet lunch costs Rs300/- per person. We however had called for Ala-carte because we were interested to eat some Italian cuisine. Amongst four of us we had called for Nachos as starters, pasta in white sauce, one Shahi Paneer, 2 rotis, 1 chaas, 2 Masala papad, 1 mocktail, and 1 fresh lime soda. All this cost us around Rs1200/-
60 years of quality service and food. KP ROCKS!
HATS OFF to Kailash Parbat Sakinaka,Andheri. I recently visited Kailash Parbat Sakinaka with my parents after returning back to India after several years. Food at their Sakinaka outlet is delicious . Apart from their famous choley bhatura and chaats, they have also introduced European, Continental and Oriental cuisine. Their Thai curry , mocktails and desserts are way too awesome .
My every visit to Kailash Parbat has been very special thanks to their friendly staff and management, Especially their Restuarant manager Mr. Clifford Rodriques is ROCK ON guy!!!
Dont get me wrong
its one of the best Kailash Parbats we have been to. The new restaurant is really nicely done, with good parking available. Saki Naka seems to be developing into a happening food destination and this is one of the latest openings. The place is very spacious and perfect for office lunches and evening out with family. The staff is very friendly
serving with a smile. We ordered our favorite chole bhature and they said it came with medium-sized bhaturas. We ordered a plate each and a dahi bhalla
the medium bhaturas were the size of a dosa each and we were staring at it for sometime before hitting it. The chole was just excellent, one of the best I have had in any of their outlets. The dahi bhalla was quite average as the sauth was less, we asked for extras and then it was great. With Gulab Jamuns, the damage was around 500 bucks and well worth it.
Now the bloodsucking part. The problem with the location is that, mosquitos are there not by the dozen, but scores!! There were hundreds inside the restaurant, everywhere. The staff was trying its best to control it with coils n liquid repellents but nothing. One of them even bought an electric bat and it went spat spat spat endlessly. So overall, the food was good requiring antacids offcourse but the only thing you will take away are the memories of the bloodsuckers. Sad but true
Been here on Sunday afternoon lunch last week with family post a movie. Awesum place with the decor. Great place for chaats - the 4 combo chaat platter is a great starter. The quality overall is superb. The service, servers with their recommendations are superb...Extrememly filling...The Koki ki tikki was great...The Captain even provided 3 FRee pani puris for my mum who wanted to try the pani puri but was too stuffed..Also he asked for a specially made Kuli platter which was superb..............
Great place, great decor.but the valet guys need to be more carefull on how to handle the car keys...
Best buffet restaurant in Sakinaka
I have just walked out of this restaurant, and I couldn't resist from writing this review. I had been there for the lunch buffet with office friends and I should say the food was awesome and the staff was on their toes all the time the interiors are awesome and makes you forget that you are in Sakinaka :P. The buffet is total VFM, food quality and spread was too good. 1 welcome drink, 3 starters, 1 chat platter, 3 main course vegetables, 4 types of Indian bread, 2 types of rice and daal and kadhi, 1 sweet and mixed fruits with cream and the usual stuff pickels, salads, papad etc etc...
All in all this is a good place to dine (they serve lunch buffet only on weekdays).
Upmarket Kailash Parbat
Tried out the new KP today - Sunday. Ambience is very good. Food is also nice - we had the Sp. mixed chaat, pani puri, Dal pakwan, Koki, kulfi falooda and Royal falooda between my wife and me. Everything was good except for the fact that the falooda was more like vermicelli -not the soft falooda that North of India is know for as indeed KP in Colaba is known for.
They are trying to create an upscale brand and call it Kailasa - this restaurant is a step in that direction.This outlet is not a franchise but KP family owned place.
Though we went on a Sunday, I reckon traffic would be an issue on a working day. I will be back on a working day though to try out their lunch buffet (Mon - Fri)