-By Ameeta Agnihotri
For the orthopaedically challenged, getting to Kailash Parbat is almost like taking a trek to Mt. Kailash. For the rest, Hot Bread's Mahadevan's new venture is a delight of careful planning and positioning. The tree-top style restaurant is perched over two favourite teenage hang outs on Harrington Road's busy school-friendly district. Who would not like a combo of chaats, chocolates, brownies, milkshakes and smoothies? This is what Kailash Parbat promises along with hefty dollops of cream and crunchy sevfilled nostalgia for those who remember the original Kailash Parbat in the back lanes of South Mumbai's trendy Colaba. Their popularity has resulted in the opening of branches in various areas of the city.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I went to this restaurant Kailash Parvat few day back and I am completely smitten by the food and the decoration. The menu of this place is very much sinful with edibles one can not say not to. Bhels, Paav Bhaaji, Chaats and brownies and much more are on offering. Also they serve different types of biryanis that have different taste and flavors. My pick for the best one is Awadhi Ketvari Biryani. Even the Jaipuri Biryani is nice. Kailash Parvat is worth a trip if you love north Indian delicacies.
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