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Kailash Parbat

AsianIndianNorth IndianVegetarian
Located at Hotel Grand Chancellor, Kailash Parbat serves North Indian and Vegetarian food.
Mon to Sun: 11.00am - 4.00pm and 7.00pm - 11.00pm
+65 68365545
$25 based on 20 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Excellent Food & Service

My friends and I went to eat there a few weeks ago. We had an Indian friend along who was the one to recommend the place as well as pick the dishes we had that night. The service was excellent: friendly, prompt, and very helpful in recommending a good dish. We had quite a feast: a kebab platter; roti with kofta e-dilbahar, diwani handi (spinach gravy), and, I think, aloo tuk, the potatoes; and a desert of kulfi falooda & malai rabri (see the pictures). Everything was delicious, especially the mushroom kebabs, the spinach gravy, and the deserts, although I think their salty drinks are not for everyone (ask the waiters which ones those are). Mango lassi was amazing though. After our waiter, Rakesh, saw me writing down the names of all the dishes, he helpfully gave me a take-out menu. I should also mention that we were quite loud, and were the last to leave the place, as it was already late, but the staff was still extremely friendly and not at all irritated (unlike many other places I've been to).

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11 Sep 2014 • 30 reviews • 0 follower

Average food and service

Been here once for dine in and once home delivery. Evrything we had, tastes avegrage nothing special. Service just average. Lot of paneer(cottage cheese) options in the menu and, all paneer dishes tastes almost same. Too many spices in everything. Chaats are not bad but again, nothing special. Puri for pani puri could be alot better. 
I would only recommend their chana bhatura which actully tastes good.
kebab platter -- the mushroom kebabs were particularly delicious
17 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Excellent Food & Service

My friends and I went to eat there a few weeks ago. We had an Indian friend along who was the one to recommend the place as well as pick the dishes we had that night. The service was excellent: friendly, prompt, and very helpful in recommending a good dish. We had quite a feast: a kebab platter; roti with kofta e-dilbahar, diwani handi (spinach gravy), and, I think, aloo tuk, the potatoes; and a desert of kulfi falooda & malai rabri (see the pictures). Everything was delicious, especially the mushroom kebabs, the spinach gravy, and the deserts, although I think their salty drinks are not for everyone (ask the waiters which ones those are). Mango lassi was amazing though. After our waiter, Rakesh, saw me writing down the names of all the dishes, he helpfully gave me a take-out menu. I should also mention that we were quite loud, and were the last to leave the place, as it was already late, but the staff was still extremely friendly and not at all irritated (unlike many other places I've been to).
09 Jul 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Awesome restaurant

Highly recommended, we visit once a week. The service is great and staff is very friendly. Excellent food as well.
24 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overpriced Overrated disappointed

Kailash Parbat is highly overrated for the service, ambiance and most importantly the food it serves. Located in the heart of Little India with a finely lit up ambiance, it is sure to grab attention of on-goers (both Indian and others). It did grab our attention too for the first time I went there with my friends. Upon entering the noisy food-court like environment was a sure turn-off. I pulled my iphone to check on the decibel levels in the restaurant and no wonder it wasn’t me but it was really noisy (110 db). But looking at the number of people, it did give a sense of confidence about the place and I decided to not judge the place simply by its ambiance or comfort to my eyes/ears. We walked towards our table for 4 and we were seated in what looked like a place for not more than 2 adults. Maybe 4 kids weighing 30 kg each is what they made the table for. We successfully pushed ourselves in through the cramped up table and ordered our food. So far I was still giving the place, a second and now a third chance, banking highly on the food they will serve. After all, restaurants are meant to serve food. Other things are add-ons.   After a not-so-long wait, our orders were on our table: few starters of Paneer (cottage cheese), Pani-puri, few drinks (around SG $5 for a lime juice!!). The first few bites of food added to the severe wounds of ambiance, seating and service. There is no way there will ever be another chance if the restaurant fails at its food.   Pani-poori was broken and it did not hold the masala/paanis (syrups). Other chats either were tasteless or excessively spicy. Paneer was half cooked and hastily massaged with a layer of masala/garnishing. There was nothing to complain about the roti (bread), but that’s no rocket science for any restaurant. The core strength of this place as claimed is their Chat (snacks) , which was nowhere close to being even half good as what we get at any Indian restaurant.   To my surprise every time I went there with an open mind to accept the place and see if anything has changed, I returned with disappointment. I made around 4 visits and now I am writing this review.   The final blow was the bill which looked like injustice to what we just experienced. Overpriced! In summary: The place is a lit up version of a food court experience with food half as good as what you get in food courts, as noisy as it is in food courts and you pay three to four times of what you will otherwise spend. Food quality depicts the haste of serving you and pushing you out of the restaurant to get the next in line seated.   My verdict – avoid ! Save your ears, eyes, tongue and hey, your wallet too.
10 May 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Expensive and not really worth it. Only go for street food. Not meals.

I think this place is worth it if you want to have Indian street food in restaurant setting. For everything else, its not worth the ueber high prices. I had Singapore fried rice for 9.80++ (which happens to be among the cheapest item on the menu). It was bland orange rice (probably chilli paste) with the smallest pieces of carrots and spring onion. It was like eating orange coloured rice and no vegetables whatsoever. I had Gol Gappa which is the same standard as every where else but served in a nice plate. That’s it. Nothing Great.