Kashmir

Festejo Bldg., 816 Pasay Rd., Makati, Metro Manila

Kashmir
4.4
4.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 4
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 7 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers
Category:
Middle Eastern

Payment Options

American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Delivery:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Waiter Service:
Yes
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Anthony J.
5.0 Stars

I used to be afraid of Indian cuisine until I discovered how exceptionally flavorful they are.

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Bibien T.
4.0 Stars

Finally found an Indian restaurant with great Tandoori Chicken!!! I was surprised that they served it on a sizzling plate, which was kind of new for me. But it was a good thing, since it kept the chicken warm. We ordered the half size which was kind of pricy at around 450 pesos. The serving was good for 2 very hungry people though, so it might be justifiable. The chicken was flavorful and very tender. Both my boyfriend and I loved it! I just wish they would serve it with lime instead of calamansi, because it makes a whole lot of difference. The green chutney was really awesome too. The only regret that I had was that we got the medium heat instead of spicy.128554 This may not be as good as the tandoori I've tried in Malaysia, but it was pretty close.

We also ordered Fukna (hilarious name!128514 You have a dirty mind if you get it) for our appetizer. This was also very good. Crispy wafer-like dough with curried potatoes, topped with mango chutney and sour cream (I think). Mmmmm.128524

We also got the Eggplant Casserole, which wasn't very Indian to me, but still tasted great. It was like an eggplant/veggie lasagna. Really loved this dish as well but I found it too pricy for the ingredients (330 pesos)

The place was really elegant, but did not lose its Indian touch. I initially thought that the waiter serving us was masungit, but he was really nice pala.

All in all, it was a great meal. Just minus one star because of the not so friendly price.

Planning to go back again for their Masalas, Curries and Shawarma! Any good Indian restaurants that you can recommend?9786

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Ian P.
4.0 Stars

Late post! Wifey wanted Indian food, and boy o boy do I love Indian food. We opted for Kashmir because it was close by.

We ordered a beef shawarma( wife's favorite from their deli) mutton vindaloo and palek paneer.
Super good food and nice and spicy!

Will be back!

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Alex O.
5.0 Stars

Not surprised that this restaurant was voted Manila's best kept secret Indian restaurant this year. Agree! My best Indian dining experience so far in Manila.

Try the Rogan Josh (mutton curry), and tandoori murgh (tandoori chicken). Sarap! Order 'medium' spicy--just enough to notch up the spice level without burning your tongue. And don't forget the plain naan on the side. Perfect to dip into the curry. Then home made kulfi ice cream for dessert.

Located in Pasay Road, this restaurant has a quiet, cozy, traditional, and elegant ambiance. Great place to bring visitors for quality and authentic Indian food.

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Kristin A.
4.0 Stars

This review is actually for the long-standing branch in Rustan's Supermarket at Glorietta. It is my favorite shawarma place, especially back when it was priced only at 80 pesos. Now it's 120 with a small cup of iced tea. Great way to appease those hunger pangs in while taking a break or waiting for shopaholics.

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Chris L.
5.0 Stars

Still king for Indian restaurant' beef kebab' tandoori lamb' dhal' no rice' just half a roti' flavorful food perfectly spiced! Glad I made it back once again has been a decade and some.... see you once again soon!

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The Food Scout N.
4.0 Stars

Indian cuisine is not a default choice for me. It's probably one of my bottom three. After my trip to India, indian cuisine in Manila seemed so far from what I've been eating in India. My standard when it comes to indian food scored high.
What's impressing about Kashmir, is the fact I feel like I'm in india again. The feel of the ambiance is a factor. Interiors and smell of the restaurant brings back my India travelscape. But of course, their food got that kick of spice I'm looking for in an indian dish. The curries, pita and desserts have that strong indian spice, which also differentiates itself from other cuisines similar like thai, malaysian and the like. Their desserts should not be forgotten as well. They remove the indian spices after a heavy spicy meal.
I would recommend Kashmir if I hear the words Indian food in Manila.

The Food Scout approves of Kashmir!

Pray, Eat and Love.

Cheers,
The Food Scout

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