Faring well with the Veggies
The uniquely Sindhi preparation, Seyal Paneer, the aloo and the arbi tuks that give a great start to a Sindhi meal and the bhugal bhee aloo make the...
The uniquely Sindhi preparation, Seyal Paneer, the aloo and the arbi tuks that give a great start to a Sindhi meal and the bhugal bhee aloo make the menu of the vegetarian restaurant 'Kailash Parbat' probably the only one in Hyderabad to have Sindhi fare on the menu. In addition is the popular Punjabi cuisine that includes the usual navratan korma, methi malai mutter, paneer tikka lababdar and dum ka baigan, lovingly made to appease the demanding taste buds of food lovers. The restaurant definitely does not claim to serve authentic oriental and European cuisine, yet the dishes like Thai spring rolls, bruchettas, nachos, pastas like the classic penne arabitta, lasagna, fried rice and hakka noodles can only be termed as delicious. And that includes the sizzlers, custom created by the restaurant. Kailash Parbhat has a history that they proudly share � In the 1940s, the Mulchandani brothers sold 'Pani Puri' on Bans Road in Karachi. They fled Pakistan after partition along with their most valuable treasures, the utensils they used to make their 'pani puri' and 'ragda' and came to Mumbai. Very soon the road side halwai became one of the most famous eateries. The first Kailash Parbat was born in 1952 before it expanded to other Indian cities, with the recent one opening in London. Today the family has just one vocation; restaurants. Gary Mulchandani is the man instrumental in making a welcome addition to the impoverished choice of vegetarian places in the biryani city. Extensive vegetarian menu, tastefully done interiors and good service under the watchful guidance of Gary make dining at this restaurant a pleasant affair. Among the not to be missed specialities in the menu are the chaats, the baturas, biryani and kichdis (Yes, there is the vegetarian version of the Hyderabadi biryani too) and the stuffed rotis. Kailash Parbhat Jubilee Hills Hyderabad Time:11am to 10.30pm
22 Jan 2020 1:46 PM GMT