Kailash Parbat never fails to impress us. One of its most successful outlets, set up at Adyar was one, that I always wanted to try.

It already looks very majestic on the outlook and the moment you step in the restaurant, the soothingness of the music calms you down and the cool air refreshes you. The ambience is just perfect. With a seating capacity of more than 90, one can just imagine the size of the restaurant.

Their branch Manager, Mr. Parveen Shetty, greeted us with such humbleness and made sure that we were settled down and were comfortable. In no time we were given the menu which was vivid and filled with information of our Indian culture on one side and the variety of items they serve on the other. Not going to lie, it was a hard time choosing what to have with their variety they offer.

The following are the dishes we ordered after much debates 🙂


Manchow Soup:

It’s always advised to start your meal with a soup, and what better than Manchow soup? The taste was just how it should be and it is served with fried noodles and is one of the deadliest combos. It was a great start indeed.

Chat Platter:

The Chat Platter consisted of Dahi Vadas, Crispy Corn Baskets, Sev Puris and Bhel Puri. All the dishes were phenomenal, well after all its Kailash Parbat which is widely known for its chat items and it really did live up to my expectations. However, if I had to pick one, I would go with

Bhel Puri.

Since, that’s my favorite since childhood and hands down serves one of the best in Chennai.

Gobi Manchurian:

Served hot and spicy however you prefer it, dry or gravy. The Gobis are very fluffy and soft and are just very tasty and moreover, the quantity that it arrives with is totally worth it. My only suggestion would be to reduce the usage of oil, as I felt there was little bit too much oil. Elsewise, it was fab.

Pani Puri:

Coming to Kailash Parbat and not trying out their Pani Puris is a sin. This was already on my list, so in no time I ordered. I liked the way it is served here and the sweet and spicy water are just heavenly, the Puris are crisp and the mashed potatoes that are already filled adequately in them, all we got to do is just pour in and enjoy its taste.

Paneer Tikka 2-way:

The uniqueness of this Paneer Tikka is that, its softness and the sheer quality. It is called “2-way” because, it comes with two different coatings of red and green chilly chutneys. Other than that, it is served with the mint chutney which forms up for a deadly combo.

Therefore, the starters really were above expectations and we were already half full, and had to control ourselves, else we would finish our dinner with their fabulous starters. Moving on,


Farmhouse Pizza:

Honestly, I did not expect to see a pizza at Kailash Parbat menu. But since I’m this bigg pizza fan, I thought I should try it. Firstly, it looked delicious, and secondly, it’s loaded with cheese and I am a cheese person and all the cheese-lovers out there will 100% love it. The toppings can be edited according to your preference.

Assorted Breads:

They have a variety of breads that include, Naans, Rotis, Kulchas, Parathaas and each of these have so many sub-varieties where they are stuffed with cheese or garlic and what not! You just can sit there all-day and yet won’t be able to try out everything. it is served hot and is soft. However, this tastes best with a good sabji.

Veg. Kadai (Sabji):

It is basically a mashup of vegetables like capsicums, onions, tomatoes and many more and comes with gravy which makes it spicy and it tastes so good. It literally goes in with any assorted bread and the quantity is just valuable for the money.

Dal Makhani:

Another famous Kailash Parbat signature, the Dal Makhani is a perfect blend of spiciness and the best fact about it is that, it tastes well with any assorted bread as well as rice items, preferably jeera rice.

Veg. Dum Biriyani:

If you’re a fan of spicy dishes, then this is for you. It tastes heavenly with raita (chopped onions/cucumbers in salty curd) and the raita is also served with the rice.

This was our main course and it was indeed a very wholesome meal. Since, I’ve always had a sweet tooth and love having desserts, I really looked forward to end things on a sweet note, but due to the pandemic there has been shortage of resources and only had a few flavours of ice cream in stock.

Nonetheless, despite these difficult circumstances, we had one hell of an evening with good food and good vibes. Without any doubt, special mention goes to their manager and waiters who catered to our needs whenever we needed them. The quality of Kailash Parbat is never questionable. The best part about them is that they don’t just serve the food “for” the customers, they serve the food “according” to their customers. Moreover, it’s a wonderful place for hanging out with your friends and is a good place for organizing small parties or business meetings. Therefore, I would like to conclude by saying that, this should be on your bucket-list and if not, you’re missing out some crazy food.

Also they have opened a new restaurant in Velachery don’t forget to visit it and thank me later.. bye bye

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