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Published on 01/21/2016

Indian Chains in New York, Worthy of Their Flagships   

 By David Shaftel; 
December 23, 2014

Mumbaikars were giddy about the April opening of a Murray Hill outpost Kailash Parbat, a South Mumbai institution that is famous for its vegetarian chaat, or street snacks, many of which have their origins in the Sindh region, which is now part of Pakistan.

The New York location does pitch-perfect versions of these and other dishes I loved at the original Mumbai spot

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Try cheap and delicious Indian snacks at Kailash Parbat

By Tejal Rao

August 15, 2014


Pani puri is the original chef-suggests-you-eat-this-in-one-bite snack.

Fragile, time-sensitive and extremely delicious, the Indian street food involves a tiny hollow crisp filled with soft, spicy half-mashed vegetables, finished with a glug of cumin- and tamarind-spiked water. The shell can barely hold. You have to manage it in one go, immediately, before you lose the effect of delicate crunch over a cool rush of tang and spice.

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Published on 07/22/2014

 

New York Daily News

This new Indian restaurant in Curry Hill has a vast assortment of good vegetarian Punjabi food; just be prepared for the service

 By Stan Stagner;
Tuesday, July 22, 2014, 3:08 PM

 If you happen to stumble into newcomer Kailash Parbat in the Curry Hill section of Lexington Ave., your reward is twofold. First, there’s the delicious, nuanced, affordable Punjabi vegetarian food. Second, it’s coupled with the added bonus of service so stunningly inept that your experience eventually becomes charming.

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Published on 05/27/2014

A Taste of Kailash Parbat's Vegetarian Sindhi Fare

By Tara Mahadevan

May 27, 2014

Kailash Parbat is known for its chaat, a type of savory snack and a typical street food found in India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. There are many variants of chaat, but the usual ingredients include pieces of fried dough, potato, chickpeas, yogurt, onion, coriander, chili, chutney, tamarind sauce, bhel or puffed rice, and sev, a type of crunchy noodle.

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Kailash Parbat – Indian Cuisine from Mumbai
Comes to Curry Hill

By Caroline Solomon

May 13, 2014

The restaurant has its origin in Mumbai and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital of India and has just opened its first output in New York.

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Kailash Parbat is more than just another new Indian restaurant populating Curry Hill. The décor is simple, yes. Taupe leather booths and dark brown lacquered tables are the name of the game here. In fact, the most elaborate and eye-catching piece is a black and gold-leafed mural hanging behind the waiting area. But you won’t hear me complaining further about the monochromatic color scheme, as the food served at Kailash Parbat is far more colorful. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpuf

The restaurant has its origins in Mumbai, and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital city of India, and has just opened its first outpost in New York. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpuf
The restaurant has its origins in Mumbai, and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital city of India, and has just opened its first outpost in New York. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpuf
Kailash Parbat is more than just another new Indian restaurant populating Curry Hill. The décor is simple, yes. Taupe leather booths and dark brown lacquered tables are the name of the game here. In fact, the most elaborate and eye-catching piece is a black and gold-leafed mural hanging behind the waiting area. But you won’t hear me complaining further about the monochromatic color scheme, as the food served at Kailash Parbat is far more colorful. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpuf

The restaurant has its origins in Mumbai, and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital city of India, and has just opened its first outpost in New York. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpu
May 13, 2014
The restaurant has its origins in Mumbai, and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital city of India, and has just opened its first outpost in New York. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpuf

The restaurant has its origins in Mumbai, and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital city of India, and has just opened its first outpost in New York. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dpuf

The restaurant has its origins in Mumbai, and was founded by the Muchandani brothers in 1952. Kailash Parbat has since become one of the most successful chains in the capital city of India, and has just opened its first outpost in New York. - See more at: http://www.womanaroundtown.com/sections/dining-around/kailash-parbat-indian-cuisine-from-mumbai-comes-to-curry-hill#sthash.8Vc2DLYk.dp

Published on 05/09/2014

With Kailash Parbat, New York Gets its First Sindhi Restaurant

By Laura Shunk

Friday, May 9, 2014

While New York is flooded with northern Indian restaurants, it's decidedly lacking in places that purvey Sindhi fare, a cuisine that comes from the Sindh region of Pakistan. In fact, until just a month ago, you couldn't find an authentic Sindhi meal here at all.

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