Alicia Colby Sy
An alchemy of harmonious tastes, ingredients, and techniques, Indian cooking is as diverse and grand as its country and people.
"With a variety of sauces ranging from tomato cream and butter, to coconut milk with spices, to spicy tandoori, it's no wonder Kashmir's cuisine ranks among the top five in the city with locals and expats alike. It's also one of the very few places you can get a fix of yogurt, prepared here in several cool and creamy lassi flavors. The space is small, dimly lit, and quiet; the food is anything but. There are plenty of vegetable main courses and rice specialties to choose from, including the house pride chicken tandoori. A sure palate pleaser is Kesu Pullao, a subtle, saffron-seasoned rice dish, and in all cases, you'll be offered the option of mild or spicy (not for the wimpy). Most main courses come with an assortment of mango chutney, mint sauce, and a spicy crushed pickles and ginger dip. Those wary of spicy food might try the T-bone steaks and lamb chops in a milder mushroom sauce."
- Frommer's Review (The New York Times) -
"The dining room is appealing from the moment you enter, with a rich mix of décor that reflects the menu which travels from Malaysia to India. The roti melt in your mouth and the curries fire up the taste buds."
- Lonely Planet review -
"Nice decor, friendly waiters, cold cold beer. The menu had a wide variety of choices... I left feeling full, happy, and knowing I would tell my friends about Kashmir."
- Frazer -
"We just loved everything about that place - Real good and authentic Indian food. Thanks :)"
- Pia Carlsson -
“Amazing indian food in Manila...one of the reasons why I am excited to move to the Philippines this year!”
- Sarrajane (Los Angeles, California) -