-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Dingy and rundown exteriors at this very small, basic, nonairconditioned and no-frills Lower Parel joint, but hustling and bustling interiors (read: loud!) nonetheless! Very basic — they have one blackboard menu and another painted on to the wall at this packed restaurant with cramped seating (30-seater). People are often compelled to share their tables with strangers, but that doesn’t deter regulars. Sunmica-topped tables, wooden beige chairs, the tinkle of stainless steel plates and crockery and bright halogen lights define this space (the kitchen seems bigger than the dining area!). Kitchen Square serves nearly all classes of people with its extremely inexpensive yet delicious food. Try the Butter Chicken with fresh hot rotis or the Paneer Masala (where the paneer melts in your mouth) — for just a fraction of the cost you’d shell out in an upmarket restaurant. They are open for breakfast too and have a cult following for their Omelette Pao and Idli- Sambhar (regulars rave that the unsweetened Sambhar is one of the best in the city). They also serve delicious Masala Cold Drink, which is rarely found in restaurants! Kitchen Square is a place where one will not feel dissatisfied about the food or the cost.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Kitchen Square is a nice small and cozy food joint that has a blackboard menu. The place is best to have delicious food at least price. I daily have a lunch date with the Kitchen Square. I usually order Butter Chicken and rotis. Sometimes I do prefer to have breakfast too. Omelette Pao and Idli- Sambhar are just amazing.
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