The self proclaimed ‘World’s Favourite Chaat Destination‘, Kailash Parbat is now open in Hong Kong (in Tsim Sha Tsui).

Chaat is not just an appetizer or snack for Indians, it can be the whole meal! Even a true foodie can get lost in the chaat menu and literally end up ordering ‘more than one can chew’. Chaat is to be celebrated – it creates unity, but it is also cause for a lot of debates like ‘Is it called Dahi Puri or Dahi Papdi?’, ‘Ragda Pattice or Aloo Tikki?’or my favourite ‘Pani Puri or Gol Gappe?.

Kailash Parbat truly celebrates Chaat. You can see that in how they present the various dishes. 

For science, we tried most of the chaats at Kailash Parbat, and some of our favorites were…

The Vada Pao – does not kill your taste buds with too much spice!

Dahi Puri/Dahi Papdi on a tri-cycle (do not ride)

Samosa (comes with chhole) – Order wisely, they bring a truckload!

The Sev Puri – 5 stars!

Apart from the chaat, Kailash Parbat is also known for it’s main course vegetarian dining. Some of the dishes which we loved were the Chole Bhature, Veg Biryani and Veg Manchurian.


Opened just a floor above the other new restaurant, Anjappar (read review here), Kailash Parbat is another welcome addition to the Hong Kong Indian Vegetarian Restaurant list.

Menu Here.


Unit 302,3/F, Multifield plaza, 3-7 Prat Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kon.

Phone: 92880910/ 34285545.

Have you tried the food at Kailash Parbat? Let us know your review in the comments section below.


  1. I spent a great deal of effort in jotting down my experience at Kailash Parbat and put it on your website . You simply ignored it and did mot list it.
    May I know why?

  2. Tried this newly opened Kailash Parbat in Hong Kong two days back along with four families and had average experience (just close to disappointment). Hope those were due to initial teething troubles and will not remain as status quo.

    They did pay attention to ambience which was good, served on tricycles and trucks which was appealing but really really missed the boat on actual food. By self proclaiming themselves as world’s favourite chat destination they set up the expectations on higher side and then just fell short of not even average or not so bad experience.

    Chaats, most of those lacked flavour of chaat! Ragda Paatice and Tikki Chaat served with similar chick peas! Pani Puris turn out to be disappointing on all fronts – most of them were with dripping holes, size was too small , Pani was too less (only about 50 ml for 7 Pani puris!!) – and all this at really unjustified price for this quality/quantity of serving (70$/plate or 10$ per pani puri). Come on folks! just give it a thought, no issue with the pricing but serve the quality/quantity at least, how much does the pani aur puri costs??? Same goes with Samosa and Samosa chaat. Sincsere advise – pls relook at the quantity you serve! Got similar comments from another table.

    Main course was okay. Daal and Paneer dishes met the expectations. Good Luck guys, we all will need a real good reason to revisit.


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